Aston Martin Vantage Participates in the Nürburgring 24 O’clock Endurance Race
Aston Martin, a British luxury sports car brand, has returned for the first time since 2018 to the recently held Nurburgring 24:00 Endurance Race.
According to Aston Martin on the 31st, a total of seven “AstonMartin Vantage GT3 and GT4” vehicles were participated in the race.
In addition to the TF sports team competing as a vintage GT3, a total of seven sports, including Dormot Sports and professional sports racing, each featuring three vintage GT4 vehicles, are the largest racing competition involving existing vintage models. Vantage participated in the top classes of the competition, including the SP9 class, the FIA GT3, and SP8T and SP10.
The TF sports team, which competed as Aston Martin’s GT3 model, won the SP9T class in 2018 with a record.
AstonMartin has been investing heavily in racing since it was reorganized into Chairman Lawrence Stroll’s system, including his return to F1 last year.
Following last year, F1 official safety car “Vantage” and medical car “DBX” are active this year. Both vehicles were redesigned by Aston Martin’s headquarters engineering team and passed high-speed driving durability tests and various tests on the Silverstone circuit in accordance with the regulations set by the FIA.
In addition, racing-related edition models are also actively receiving favorable reviews in the market. The Vantage F1 edition, which is also on sale in Korea, has formed a lineup of coupe and roadster, and the Aston Martin engineering team has implanted various technical capabilities such as track-oriented performance, chassis and aerodynamic characteristics acquired through the F1 official safety car development process. Rui Hasegawa