Wednesday November 25, 2020

Nürburgring, and not just by name

Aston's latest edition of the V8 Vantage is named after an infamous German race circuit – with good reason, writes Shane O'Donoghue

29th June, 2014
The V8 Vantage N430: as compelling a driver's car as any other.

Many moons ago the phrase “winning races on Sunday and selling cars on Monday” was coined. It was a reaction to the effect of motor sport on production car sales. This rings true today, even in the mass market, but more so when it comes to the upper end of the sports car world. The one in which Aston Martin competes. And the British brand is no stranger to the race track.


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