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Beautiful pictures of Aston Martin cars. Wallpaper gallery of Aston Martin motorsport racing cars - Aston Martin
DBR9, DBRS9, Vantage, DBR1, DBR4 and more Aston Martin wallpapers.
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Information About The Aston Martin Motorsport Division:Aston Martin has produced bespoke sports cars for almost 100 years. The company began in 1913, when
founders Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford realised their desire to build distinctive, high quality sports cars that
were both exhilariating to drive and a beauty to behold. Martin regularly competed in hill climb races at Aston
Clinton, and a simple combination of the name of the event and the driver gave birth to one of the most famous
They began to sell Singer automobiles. They were both good mechanics and Lionel was an amazing driver.
Martin was often seen racing at the near by Aston Hill Hillclimb races near Aston Clinton. In 1914 the two
started to build there own vehicles, and Aston Martin cars history started there.
Over time Aston Martin automobile company was bought by Ford, but In 2007, Ford sold 92% of Aston Martin
to the Aston enthusiast and CEO of Prodrive, David Richards. The sale once again sees the cherished marque
in British hands and being lead by true enthusiasts. Prodrive is the automotive technology and racing division
behind Astons racing program.
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Notable Aston Martin Motorsports Car Models:- Aston Martin DB3
- Aston Martin DBR9
- Aston Martin DBRS9
- Aston Martin AMR-One
- Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4
Other Resources About Aston Martin Sports / Touring / F1 Car Racing:- Aston Martin Racing
- The History of Aston Martin