Aston Martin will be showing off a road-going version of its Vantage GT3 race car at the upcoming 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Continue Reading...
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Well-known Porsche racing team TRG has made the switch to Aston Martin and in doing so has formed a partnership with the storied British brand to grow its enthusiast base in America. Continue Reading...
To celebrate its centenary, Aston Martin has announced the inaugural GT3 Cup, with entries open to both the Aston Martin DBRS9 and the Vantage GT3. Continue Reading...
Aston Martin has announced its U.S. plans for the 2013 race season, teaming up with The Racers Group (TRG) to bring 10 new race cars for the upcoming motorsport season. Continue Reading...
The Nürburgring is world famous thanks to its length, tricky design and the 24 hour race which takes place on the German track. Continue Reading...
Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin have teamed up to create a special edition timepiece that will have fans of the iconic auto brand racing to pick one up. Taking its inspirations from Aston Martin’s legendary racing program, the AMVOX5 LMP1 boasts all the precision and endurance standards racing drivers count on, while its mechanical and aesthetic… Continue Reading...
Aston Martin will retire its DB9-based DBRS9 GT3-class race car, replacing it with the new Vantage GT3 in competition next year. Based on the V12 Vantage road car (above), it will be powered by a 6.0-liter V12 engine, and use a paddle-shift Xtrac gearbox. Aston Martin claims engine output will exceed 600-hp with over 516… Continue Reading...
Meet the 2011 Aston Martin AMR-One race car: the new prototype race car designed for the Le Mans LMP1-spec class, with snazzy Gulf livery, a (very British) 007 racing number, and a 2.0-liter inline-six engine. Wait, the mighty race car has an engine half the size of a DB9? Well, yes, somehow. Le Mans regulations for… Continue Reading...
As Aston Martin prepares to hit the track at this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, the company has bigger plans to continue on racing prototypes well into the future. According to AutoSport, Aston Martin Racing will begin building six all-new ground-up prototype racers. Currently Aston Martin Racing runs two cars in the LMP1 field,… Continue Reading...