Reading through the comments on what we all want for 2015 from TAG Heuer, one message is clear...more re-edition please! But, let's not forget that the last time TAG Heuer went deep into the classics/ re-editions it didn't exactly have a great sales outcome. The Autavia didn't catch fire; The Monza and the Monaco were too close and then there was the Targa Florio. This is the first version launched in 2002/ 03 with the plexiglass and then TAG Heuer had another crack with a Fangio limited edition- this time with a sapphire crystal Fangio on the back... So we had a vintage styled Chronograph with an evocative motor racing name and blue-chip F1 connections...yet the watch never really made an impact and was discontinued....even worse, I don't really hear it being talked about much today. Why not? Is it because it wasn't a re-edition? Was it the looks? Too many re-editions? (at the time, the Monaco, Carrera, Monza and Autavia were also in the range). Why didn't the Targa Florio work?