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about Bill Aston

William Aston (29 March 1900 – 4 March 1974) was a British racing driver who participated in three World Championship Grands Prix, in 1952 when the championship was run to Formula Two rules, for his own team Aston Butterworth.


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1952 Robin Montgomerie-Charrington
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Palmer has made no secret of his enthusiasm for the 2021 regulations, which mandate a simplified version of the current hybrid V6.Former Ferrari F1 engine boss Luca Marmorini was hired last year as a consultant, and the Italian has been working on a feasibility study."It's gathered momentum, that's for sure," Palmer told Motorsport.com of the F1 project."Nothing's come along that's ...

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F1's owners revealed their blueprint for the future of grand prix racing at the Bahrain Grand Prix, including plans for simpler, cheaper, louder and more powerful engines than the current V6 hybrid turbos.Read Also:Why Ferrari's Formula 1 quit threat is realThe FIA expects to finalise F1's 2021 engine regulations "by the end of May" having recently confirmed intentio ...

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But since the engine is a rebadged Renault, what value can the iconic car manufacturer derive from being involved in Formula 1 apart from securing the services of engineering legend Adrian Newey to collaborate on the Valkyrie supercar project? And what value can Aston bring to F1?F1 Racing: Why is Aston Martin in this relationship with Red Bull?Andy Palmer: I'm going to have to give ...

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Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne only managed to qualify in 13th and 14th positions respectively, despite Alonso having shown top-10 form in FP3 on Saturday."Obviously it's a bit of a surprise, based on the pace we had in FP3," Boullier told Sky Sports F1 immediately after Q2. "There is a need for a big investigation."On his last lap Fernando found some pace in Sector 2 and ...

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Aston is keeping a close eye on developments with F1's 2021 engine rules, and is keen on re-entering grand prix racing as an engine supplier should the new rules substantially reduce costs.Red Bull says it would be open to running an engine supplied by its new title sponsor in future, and Aston says it has entered discussions with potential partners about developing an engine to the ...

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The British car maker, which will become Red Bull’s title sponsor in 2018, is keen on F1’s next engine rules cycle providing the production and development costs are controlled. Aston Martin president and CEO Andy Palmer said he was “encouraged” by the direction of the 2021 engine plans, which were presented by F1 bosses in October.Work on the concept has already begun, following the ...

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The British manufacturer was "encouraged" by the direction of the 2021 engine plans that were unveiled by F1 in October.However, there has been a backlash from F1's established manufacturers, with Mercedes, Renault and Ferrari all raising doubts about the intended new direction.While Aston Martin can understand that approach, it has also made clear that it would go about an F1 ...

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The British manufacturer, who will become Red Bull's title sponsor next season, is interested in F1's next engine rules cycle, but wants costs to be heavily reduced.Aston Martin president and CEO Andy Palmer said he was "encouraged" by the direction of the 2021 engine plans that were presented by F1 bosses last month.Ross, who worked for Ferrari as head of engine mechanics and then ...

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The world champion had to start from the pits at Interlagos following a crash in qualifying that prompted the fitting of a new specification engine.He made good use of the extra power available to scythe through the field and at one point looked like he had the pace to win, before he lost time lapping backmarkers and found himself held back by third-place Kimi Raikkonen.But with just ...

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F1 teams met with the FIA, the commercial rights holder and potential new manufacturers, including Aston Martin, in Paris to outline the objectives of the new engine rules to be introduced for 2021.Aston has recruited staff with F1 experience, including personnel from Ferrari, as it evaluates entering the championship as an engine supplier."Aston Martin attended the recent FIA ...

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The British manufacturer, which will become Red Bull's title sponsor from next season, is interested in F1's next engine rules cycle, but it is keen for costs to be reduced significantly.Marmorini worked for Ferrari in two stints, from 1990-99 and 2009-14. In between, he ran the Toyota F1 team’s engine and electronics programmes.Aston Martin president and CEO Andy Palmer told ...

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Aston will become Red Bull Racing’s title sponsor in 2018 as part of an enhanced relationship that has already yielded the Valkyrie hypercar.The British carmaker is taking a close interest in F1’s 2021 engine rules but president and CEO Andy Palmer has said costs need to be kept under control for the project to be viable.Red Bull boss Christian Horner has said his team is “absolutely ...

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Motorsport TV has created this 3D model of how the Aston Martin Red Bull livery might look, inspired by the historic branding of the two companies in racing. The model has already appeared on the cover of Autosport Magazine, and will also appear on Motorsport TV. Click play for a 360-degree look at how we visualise the car could look next year.   ...

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