Made-to-measure right down to your wrist!

A motorcycle collector and lover of motorsports from an early age, Bernard Richards' passion for racing shines through in his original creations.

Known for his emblematic watches such as the legendary V12 and its piston pushers, the R50 and its mechanism shaped like a motorbike cylinder, or the revolutionary Birotor, assembled on four shock absorbers, BRM Chronographes has become the go-to partner for French and international motorsports.

Brands like DS Automobile, Gulf and Corvette Racing ® have chosen the most racing of manufactures to make entirely personalised made-to-measure watches in their cars' colours.

But they are not alone, like many of our clients have already done, you too can configure the watch of your dreams in your image!

Which one will you choose?

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with Maxx Ebenal

The 28-year-old Canadian driver Maxx Ebenal is a tenacious and determined young man.

A speed-lover from a very young age, he got behind the wheel for the first time in 2008, and made his mark by winning the Bridgestone MTP (Mechanic’s Racing Training Program), after which he won a grant for the 2009 season.

It was in 2012 that he decided to throw it all in to go to China and live out his dream of becoming a professional racing driver.

He was up to the challenge, as he is now competing in the Formula Renault 2.0 Asian championship.

BRM Chronographes has chosen to support this unstoppable young driver!

to Liam Talbot Racing

Philanthropic and very passionate, Liam Talbot was crowned champion in the Radical Australia Cup Series in 2013 following numerous podium finishes along the way.

He then confirmed his reputation on the circuits with a win at the Mount Panorama Bathurst championship, well-known in Australia, followed by another podium finish at the Nürburgring in Germany.

He is currently racing in Europe at the Aston Martin training centre, where he has impressed the team management with his speed and dexterity behind the wheel.

At the same time, he has set up Liam Talbot Racing, a motorsports team, in collaboration with David Hardman, to ensure that his passion will be long lasting.

Liam Talbot

Tell us a bit about yourself, why did you choose to practice motorsports?

Motorsport started later in life for me and was simply a precaution at the beginning. I have powerful road cars and wanted to learn how to enjoy them in a safe environment.
This naturally led me to a racetrack and professional instruction. I woke up one day and decided I wanted to race.
Initially I was prepared to just participate, but something just clicked and I haven't stopped winning since.

Which team are you driving with? In which car?

This year I'm driving a lovely blue and pink Audi R8 LMS Ultra. The owner has talked me into a return to Australian racing in the Endurance Championship. The car is run by Melbourne Performance Centre, they know the car so well and I'm privileged to be with the benchmark team for the category. I'll also be returning for my second full season with Kessel Racing in Europe, racing with Ferrari in the BES.

What are your objectives for the coming years?

My immediate goal is to push my learning phase in the GT world and hopefully taste more success. My next goal is progressing into LMP2 and seeing what level I can compete at. 
My ultimate aim is competing in the Le Mans 24 Hours with a prototype car and not just making up the numbers but being a strong combination of drivers with the best possible chance at success. Fingers crossed!

You’re a BRM partner now, a word about that?

I'm extremely thrilled and honoured to form a partnership with BRM Chronographes. I like the attention to detail and the way you can completely customise a timepiece to your exact needs and wants. Not many people know about this fantastic brand in Australia, BRM is synonymous with motorsport and I'm excited to increase awareness both in Australia and abroad.

at the Val de Vienne Circuit

BRM Chronographes just keeps rising to new challenges and has pushed the limits by perfecting this time not a watch, but a unique clock for the Val de Vienne circuit, telling the time for all beginner or experienced drivers who have the pleasure of using the circuit.

See the new BRM Showroom

Last month, BRM's team in Mauritius officially opened the doors of its new showroom for the pleasure of all our fans.

For all Mauritians, don't miss out on coming to have a look around, and for the rest of you, you can take a glimpse of it in photos:

The teams at the various events in 2016 will be delighted to present our collection. They remain at your disposal all year round to cater to your needs.
SPA Euro Race
SPA Francorchamps Circuit
From 11 to 12 June 2016  
Le Mans 24 Hours
24H circuit
From 18 to 19 June 2016

Our team will meet with you by appointment in a private enclosure. Contact Charles:
Mail :
Tel : 00 33 (0)6 88 88 40 90  
SPA Summer Classic
SPA Francorchamps Circuit
From 24 to 26 June 2016  
Rudolf Caracciola Grand Prix
Around Germany
From 8 to 10 September 2016
Registrations open until 10 June 2016
For all enquiries, please contact 

Gaëlle (Customer relations)
Telephone: 00 33 (0)1 61 02 08 00 

Mélanie (Communications) 
Telephone: 00 33 (0)1 61 02 08 08 

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