Latest News - 08/09/21
2nd Century reworking

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2nd Century reworking

The 2nd Century pages have been reorganised so that it makes it a bit easier to find the model you are looking for. If this works out as is should, the VH pages will follow in a similar way.

Revised 2nd Century pages

The oldest original pre-war Aston Martin – new photos

The V8 Vantage (VH2) is the most popular Aston Martin of all time. But have you ever wondered what Aston Martin were building 90 years ago? The S-type sports 2 seater really is the 1920’s equivalent to today’s Vantage. And on this page are photos of the oldest unrestored example, almost exactly as it was first built.

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The Gulf Edition Vantage GT12

The Vantage GT12 is probably the most desirable Aston Martin of the year. Limited to just 100 production cars, each one is extremely rare and desirable, but this week, we have just discovered and photographed a new sub-model, The GT12 Gulf Edition.

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Vantage GT3 Special Edition, launch pictures

Press photos of the Vantage GT3 just released ahead of the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

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Silverstone 2009 Le Mans series, page updated

Five years ago, at the 2009 Silverstone Le Mans Series race, there was so much Aston Martin interest, a good result for the marque was almost guaranteed. What with the LMP1 DBR1-2, the AM engine Lola, a DBR9 and a V8 Vantage GT2, the track was nothing short of variety. The page featuring this epic race has just been updated with many previously unseen images.

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V8 Vantage N24 page revised

The V8 Vantage N24 is the most successful Aston Martin race car of all time, if only in terms of numbers produced. Previewed by a converted prototype, Rose. the production car was initially constructed in a special facility within the Gaydon factory. As demand grew, production moved to Banbury and the AMR facility at Prodrive.

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Le Mans 2005, AMR return to La Sarthe

New page today featuring the 2005 Le Mans 24 hour are which saw the return of Aston Martin to the most famous race in the world.

DBR9/101, the most successful Aston Martin customer racecar of all time

DBR9/101 was the first customer spec DBR9 and is now considered the most successful DBR9 and the most successful privately-owned Aston Martin racing car in the marque’s history. The page featuring this important car has been recently updated with many previously unseen photographs.

DBRS9 prototype page updated

Aston Martin Racing took the opportunity to unveil the DBRS9 on their stand within the paddock at Le Mans, just a couple of days before the 73rd running of the 24 hour race, 16th/17th June 2005. Many new images added.

The 2005 RAC TT race, Silverstone

It was 9 years ago that Aston Martin Racing was formed, a partnership between AML at Gaydon and Prodrive at Banbury. And the first, and arguably most successful car of that partnership was the FIA GT1 class DBR9. You may not know this but in four years of active service within the official works team, the AMR DBR9 only ever competed once on British soil at the 2005 RAC Tourist Trophy race at Silverstone. The page featuring this race has now been transferred from the old website to the new  one.

V8 Vantage N24 prototype, ‘Rose’

The page featuring the very first V8 Vantage N24 has been updated with plenty of new images. ‘Rose’ as the car is known is still owned by Aston Martin and has been shown extensively during the Centenary Celebrations of the marque.