We Can’t Keep It a Secret – Subscribe Today at Huge Savings! Save up to 73% off the cover price. PLUS FREE digital access. The worlds of automotive racing and fine timepieces will collide in the best possible way this weekend at the Ritz-Carlton Montreal, where Phillips’ watch department will hold a private selling exhibition timed to coincide with the Formula 1 Pirelli Grand Prix Du Canada. From June 7-9, Paul Boutros, Phillips’ head of watches in the Americas, and watch consultant Geoff Hess will showcase approximately 15 sport-themed timepieces, many of them chronographs, made by such storied brands as Rolex, Heuer and Omega. Retail prices range from $9,500 to $75,000. The private sale is one element of Phillips Perpetual, a new retail initiative the auction house unveiled earlier this spring in order to give clients more opportunities to buy and sell timepieces throughout the year. Rolex Day-Date Ref. 18038 Circa 1988 with lapis lazuli dial and rare Spanish day wheel  Courtesy of Phillips “There’s a rising demand from our clients to obtain watches not only during auction season but also outside auction season,” Boutros says. “Some clients who consign would like ...