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29 March 1900
4 March 1974 (73)
Geoff Duke (29 March 1923)
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Marc Gené (29 March 1974)

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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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Aston Martin will return to the F1 grid in 2021 as a works team following Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll’s investment in the British manufacturer back in January.<br>The Racing Point team is currently investing in upgrading its facilities, including the construction of a new factory, after years of financial difficulties under its previous Force India guise.<br>But Green stressed the team ...

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Moers, who will take up his role on August 1, comes as part of a revamp of the company by executive chairman and shareholder Lawrence Stroll.<br>Former president and CEO Andy Palmer has stood down with immediate effect, with current vice-president Keith Stanton being appointed as temporary COO until Moers' arrival.<br>Stroll believes that Moers, who has built a strong reputation for his management ...

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According to a report in the Financial Times, Palmer, who has been CEO since 2014, will be replaced by AMG boss Tobias Moers on Tuesday.<br>The move comes off the back of a difficult financial situation for the British luxury sportscar maker, whose share price has collapsed from £19 when it was floated in October 2018, to around 35 pence now.<br>Aston Martin has not confirmed the arrival of Moers ...

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Aston Martin will return to F1 with a works team in 2021 after Racing Point team owner Lawrence Stroll took a stake in the British road car manufacturer in January.<br>Mercedes F1 team principal Wolff made a personal investment in Aston Martin earlier this month worth 0.95% of the company. <br>Wolff remains committed to his role heading up Mercedes' F1 operations, saying "nothing will change in ...

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Aston Martin confirmed on Friday that a rights issue to help raise funds, which was completed on Monday morning, included investment from the ErsteAM Ltd company that is controlled by Wolff.<br>Wolff's stake was originally for 4.77% of Aston Martin shares, but following the rights issue that has now been diluted to be worth 0.95%.<br>It has been made clear that Wolff's decision to invest in Aston ...

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As recently reported, Wolff has been considering a private purchase of Aston Martin shares in the wake of Lawrence Stroll’s recent buy-in.<br>Stroll is a friend of Wolff's, and his Racing Point team has a close alliance with Mercedes as one of its customer teams.<br>While Wolff has repeatedly denied that he will take a formal role at the British sportscar manufacturer, amid speculation he could ...

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With Stroll's Yew Tree consortium bringing with it some financial muscle, including an injection of £260m of new capital, and shareholders approving a plan for Aston Martin's F1 works team, this should have been a win-win for everybody involved.<br>But in these unprecedented times of a global pandemic putting untold pressure on businesses, even those eye-watering cash figures were not enough to ...

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The Mercedes motorsport boss's future has been the subject of intense speculation for months, with his current contract running out at the end of 2020.<br>Last year he emerged as a candidate to potentially replace Chase Carey as the boss of F1, while more recently he has been linked with opportunities at Aston Martin.<br>While it is understood a personal financial investment in Aston Martin could ...

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Stroll's involvement in Aston Martin was first announced in January, but the formalities of his investment were only completed this week.<br>The renaming of Racing Point is at the heart of his future marketing strategy that he has laid out for the British sportscar manufacturer, and Stroll sees it an opportunity for the Silverstone team to take a step forward.<br>"The group of men and women at ...

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The luxury sportscar manufacturer has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, and the company has had to take action to stabilise its financial situation following concerns about a lack of capital on a scheme outlined in a March prospectus after investor Lawrence Stroll came on board.<br>In a company statement issued on Monday night, it said: "Taking into account the proceeds of the capital ...

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Stroll became a shareholder of Aston Martin Lagonda in January, along with a consortium of investors, and will shortly take on the role of executive chairman of the company.<br>Speaking in a video made to replace a planned event at the postponed Geneva Motor Show – in part to launch the new V12 Speedster – Stroll stressed just how important his racing team will be to Aston’s future ...

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The team's future Aston Martin works status was announced last month after Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll bought a shareholding in the troubled car marker.<br>Szafnauer says plans are already in hand for the racing team to share its technical expertise with its sister company, as part of the overall deal.<br>“It should be great,” he said when asked by Motorsport.com. “It's a win-win. It ...

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Current owner Lawrence Stroll has acquired a stake in Aston Martin, and a rebranding of Racing Point for 2021, with a sponsorship from the sportscar maker, is part of the arrangement.<br>Mallya, who headed the Silverstone team from 2008 until it hit financial problems in the summer of 2018, says he has already congratulated Stroll on the deal.<br>“I am delighted for Lawrence and I’m delighted ...

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Following a board meeting of Aston Martin on Thursday night, it was confirmed this morning that a consortium led by Stroll has bought a 16.7 percent stake in the company for £182 million.<br>In filings that were lodged with the London Stock Exchange on Friday morning that detailed the investment, it was made clear that an ‘enhanced’ F1 involvement for Aston Martin was viewed as ...

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The billionaire Canadian businessman faces strong competition from Chinese motor manufacturer Geely, however, which is also keen to acquire a shareholding in the iconic British sportscar brand.<br>According to the FT the two rival bids are to be considered at board meeting on Thursday evening. Both interested parties are said to be willing to pay £200m for a 20% stake in the company, and would be ...

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The British company has had a title sponsorship deal with Red Bull since last year, expanding a pre-existing relationship that included an alliance with Red Bull Advanced Technologies to build the road-going Valkyrie hypercar.<br>Aston has explored the prospect of building an engine to F1’s planned 2021 rules but Red Bull has switched from Renault to Honda engines since that was last openly ...

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Verstappen's Red Bull F1 team has a title partnership with Aston and the energy drinks company's Advanced Technologies firm helped Aston develop the road-going Valkyrie hypercar.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Valkyrie's British GP debut was "two fingers" to sceptics<br><br><br>A racing version of the Valkyrie will be built to the World Endurance Championship's new top-class regulations in 2020, giving ...

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On a weekend where he was already being noticeably outperformed by team-mate Charles Leclerc, Vettel was attempting to reclaim the third place he had just lost to Verstappen when he rear-ended the Red Bull driver at Club, putting Max in the gravel and damaging the nose of his own car.<br>Verstappen was able to recover to fifth, while Vettel – who required a pitstop the following lap – was ...

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Although Honda’s move to supply Red Bull for 2019 and 2020 has given the Milton Keynes-based team a potential partner for when new rules come in to play, there is no certainty yet about who will provide engines after 2020.With a major rules revamp on the cards, there remains a chance that current manufacturers could walk away – which would open for the door for new suppliers to come ...

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After more than two years where the team's renaming of Renault engines to TAG Heuer has avoided having two car makers in its title, Aston Martin will now have to share space with Honda next season.But although having two different car manufacturers in the title of the team may appear confusing to some, Aston Martin is adamant that there is no issue for it on this front.Aston Martin ...

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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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