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auldlangseb · 2 days ago
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a team principal who knows and trusts seb alert!
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1969inc · 10 months ago
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Wow... this is a dream parking lot!! 🚗
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wrooom · 4 months ago
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Aston Martin V8 Vantage 
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By Kev Cook in Parkland, United States
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pierrespandas · 4 months ago
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sprint race day!
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thecargays · 4 months ago
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There are no bad angles of the DB11.
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isottafraschini · 20 days ago
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Aston Martin Project 215 '1963
Aston Martin Project 215
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Aston Martin Project 215
Aston Martin has produced truly British luxury sports cars throughout its 100-year history. Founded by Lionel Martin and Richard Bamford in 1913, the company built racing cars and sold road versions in small numbers. It remained little known until 1947, when David Brown bought it along with the Lagonda brand. The combination of a tubular Aston Martin chassis and powerful 6-cylinder Lagonda engines forms the basis for the famous DB series models.
Design Aston Martin Project 215
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Aston Martin Project 215
In 1959-1960. The Aston Martin team, with the DB4 GT and DB4 GTZ, tried unsuccessfully to compete with the Ferrari 250 in the GT class of the World Sports Car Championship.
Design Aston Martin Project 215
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Aston Martin Project 215
For the 1962 season, Ferrari prepared its famous 250 GTO, and David Brown could only hope to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where sports prototypes could still compete. For this category, the Aston Martin DP212 (Design Project 212) was developed - a streamlined coupe with a low nose and a long, rounded tail, made from an alloy of aluminum and magnesium (hyduminium).
Design Aston Martin Project 215
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Aston Martin Project 215
The new body was mounted on a lightweight DB4 GT tubular frame with double wishbone front independent suspension, torsion-bar DeDion rear axle and all-wheel disc brakes. Increased to 3996 cm3, the inline 6-cylinder DOHC engine designed by Tadek Marek developed 327 hp. and was paired with a David Brown 5-speed manual transmission.
Design Aston Martin Project 215
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Aston Martin Project 215
Driven by Graham Hill and Ricci Ginter, the Aston Martin DP212 raced at Le Mans in 1962, but retired six hours later due to a broken oil pump pipe. During the race, stability problems at high speeds were also discovered, so the car was sent to test in the M.I.R.A. (Motor Industry Research Association).
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Aston Martin Project 215
There she received a truncated tail with an integrated spoiler and vertically positioned triple taillights. These changes were also made to the body of the next model, the Aston Martin DP214, along with a redesigned nose, an enlarged oval radiator grille and NACA air intakes in the hood. Two such vehicles were built, and both received a 3.7-liter 6-cylinder engine with 317 hp, homologated for the GT class, as well as a 4-speed gearbox and rear suspension with double wishbones and springs.
Under the hood Aston Martin Project 215
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Aston Martin Project 215
For the class of sports prototypes, just two months before Le Mans in 1963, the company prepared the Aston Martin DP215. It shared the body and chassis with the DP214, but under the hood was a 4-liter in-line 6-cylinder dry sump engine producing 327 hp. (instead of the planned 5-liter V8 engine, which did not have enough time for revision).
Interior Aston Martin Project 215
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Aston Martin Project 215
Also, the car was significantly lightened, which gave it an advantage on the straights. Lucien Bianchi and Phill Hill took turns driving the only Aston Martin DP215 built during the 1963 24 Hour Race. They were the first to be able to accelerate to 300 km / h on a straight Mulsanne, and that was not the limit. But more than two hours after the start, having driven 29 laps, Aston Martin DP215 retired due to the failure of a weak 5-speed manual gearbox SG537. The same fate befell the other two crews in the Aston Martin DP214.
Design Aston Martin Project 215
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Aston Martin Project 215
After Le Mans, the Aston Martin DP215 raced at 12 o'clock in Reims 1963, and was again let down by the transmission. In the Guards Trophy at the Brands Hatch track, he drove only a demonstration lap, but was unable to take part in the race for financial reasons. At the end of the 1963 season, the company closed its racing division and sold all cars except the DP215.
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Aston Martin Project 215 (DP215/1) '1963
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formulahan · 10 months ago
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When Seb said “dreams are what you have at night not during the daytime”.. that hit a deep part of my soul.
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crisis-arts · 6 months ago
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I thought I'd just do a quick little doodle, and it ended with me slightly redesigning my Pokésona, naming her, Aston & doing a shiny version! Maybe someday I'll finally do a full body of her ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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bandtrees · 4 months ago
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none of my cats are very photogenic
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auldlangseb · 4 months ago
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live look inside my brain
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1969inc · 10 months ago
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A Maroon Aston Martin
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wrooom · 2 months ago
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2015 Aston Martin Vanquish 
"49,000 miles at the last MOT; higher than average for a supercar."
By Neil in Padstow, UK
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sebaston-vettel · a month ago
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Seb's bringing back the rbr bastard energy
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wildkoalabear · 5 months ago
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kneipe · 6 months ago
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weimar 2021
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crisis-arts · 2 months ago
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I finally got around and made a sort of ref for my pokésona! The proportions are kinda fucky, but idc. Also included a shiny version cause why not ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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isottafraschini · 20 days ago
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WOMEN LOVE ASTON MARTIN
Aston Martin DB9 (2004).Clean and elegant surfacing.
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Aston Martin
Launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show on Tuesday, 9th September 2003, the Aston Martin DB9, is first car to be produced at the company's facility in Gaydon, Warwickshire. The innovative Aston Martin DB9 heralds an exciting new era for Aston Martin as it reflects the direction that the company is taking with all future models. Using a radical new aluminium bonded frame, the 2+2 Aston Martin DB9 is one of the most sophisticated and technically advanced sports cars in the world. It successfully balances the attributes of a sports car with features normally found on luxury cars.
DESIGN
The Aston Martin DB9 is a modern interpretation of a traditional Aston Martin sports car, representing a contemporary version of classic DB design elements and characteristics.
"We wanted an elegant, beautiful car - in keeping with Aston Martin tradition," says Director of Design Henrik Fisker. "I was of course acutely aware that Aston Martin is renowned for its superb styling. It has launched some of the most beautiful sports and GT cars ever seen."
Key traditional Aston Martin features incorporated into the Aston Martin DB9 include the distinctive grille, side strakes and clean, crisp, uncluttered lines.
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fromcruise-instoconcours · 2 months ago
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Aston Martin DB11 by the Lime Rock pits.
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auldlangseb · 11 days ago
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anyway congratulations to sebastian vettel for becoming the first driver in history to both race for AND be the principal of an f1 team!
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