At the apex of tool watches lies two different genres, separated by an "R."
The diving watch, best represented by James Bond's Rolex Submariner, is ruggedized to withstand the pressures of the deep. But aside from that, it doesn't necessarily offer the user much. The added utility of a chronograph shouldn't make you love the driving watch more than it's underwater sibling, but it's a nice touch, especially if you're partial to a face with more than one dial.
Conceived for the track, the driving watch aesthetic has an unmistakeable appeal extending past racers. It has a long history on the famous wrists of Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, and many more. How can you continue it? The Autodromo Prototipo is a solid route.