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about Aston Martin

Aston Martin Lagonda Limited is a British manufacturer of luxury sports cars and grand tourers. It was founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. Steered from 1947 by David Brown, it became associated with expensive grand touring cars in the 1950s and 1960s, and with the fictional character James Bond following his use of a DB5 model in the 1964 film Goldfinger. Their sports cars are regarded as a British cultural icon. Aston Martin has held a Royal Warrant as purveyor of motorcars to HRH the Prince of Wales since 1982.

Headquarters and the main production site are in Gaydon, Warwickshire, England, on the site of a former RAF V Bomber airbase. One of Aston Martin's recent cars was named after the 1950s Vulcan Bomber. Aston Martin has diversified to speed boats, submarines and real estate development.


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seasons

1959, 1960, 2021, 2022,

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wins

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drivers who drove for Aston Martin

# driver
1 Carroll Shelby
2 Roy Salvadori
3 Maurice Trintignant
4 Lance Stroll STR
5 Sebastian Vettel VET
6 Nico Hülkenberg HUL

Aston Martin news

Heading into the summer break the team lies ninth in the world championship, ahead of only Williams.
Apart from a high of a sixth place for Sebastian Vettel in Azerbaijan, the team has logged an eighth, a ninth and six 10th places in the first part of the season.
Krack says the main issue is simply a lack of qualifying pace that has obliged Vettel and his teammate Lance Stroll to come ...

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Alonso turned down the chance to extend his stay at Alpine by taking up an offer to join Aston Martin on a “multi-year” deal that takes him to at least the end of the 2024 season.
Heading into this season’s summer break, Alpine lies in fourth place in the world championship on 99 points, compared with the 20 logged by ninth-placed Aston Martin.
Szafnauer, who was team ...

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Szafnauer believed his Enstone-based squad had been on the verge of signing Alonso to a fresh F1 contract as they neared the end of negotiations ahead of the summer break.
But despite being informed by Alonso on the Sunday night of the Hungarian Grand Prix that everything looked set to be sorted out by the lawyers, Szafnauer said he was shocked when he read Aston Martin’s announcement on ...

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As the F1 paddock packed down at the Hungaroring on Sunday night, all eyes at Alpine were on a bit of holiday over the summer break and what were anticipated to be some brief talks to secure a new contract with Alonso.
Team principal Otmar Szafnauer seemed relaxed as he concurred with Alonso’s remark from earlier in the weekend that it would probably take just 10 minutes to sort things ...

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The two-time F1 world champion will leave Alpine at the end of the season to join Aston Martin, acting as the latest bombshell in the F1 driver market.
Alonso will replace the retiring Sebastian Vettel, and opens up a seat with Alpine that looks set to be taken by Oscar Piastri.
Alonso said on Sunday after the Hungarian Grand Prix that he was confident his future would be sewn up by the time ...

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For the Hungarian Grand Prix, Aston Martin has introduced an aggressive rear wing concept that offers an alternative interpretation of rules that were originally intended to get rid of traditional endplates.
The hope was that the 2022 regulations would prevent the kind of previous tip vortex generation that disrupts airflow for cars behind and hinders the ability of pursuers to follow ...

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The Silverstone-based team introduced an intriguing wing design in Budapest on Friday, having seemingly found a loophole in the wording of the regulations and been given the go-ahead by the FIA to pursue its novel interpretation. 
Vettel suggested the wing did not represent a “massive step in performance” and added that the team had been more aggressive than usual with its Friday run ...

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The new regulations had hoped to bid farewell to the traditional endplate and wing interaction of the past, with a curved transition between the elements.
This was designed to reduce the strength of the tip vortex, thereby limiting airflow disruption and help in the overall goal of making it easier for cars to follow one another.
For the Hungaroring weekend, Aston Martin has introduced a ...

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The German's retirement news has turned the driver silly season on its head, and opened up a raft of possible scenarios that could impact several teams.
The bottom line is that Aston Martin doesn't have a definitive plan in place. While Vettel's retirement was always a possibility, and was obviously a topic of conversation between the former world champion and team owner Lawrence Stroll in ...

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Vettel is out of contract with Aston Martin at the end of the season and there had been speculation early in the year that he would call time on his top-flight career.
This came after the team’s poor start to the new ground-effect era plus the German saying on BBC Question Time that he was “asking myself” whether to continue given the difficulties in reconciling racing with his climate ...

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Aston Martin Lagonda Holdings been hit over the past year by financial pressures, debt and a tumbling share price.
In May, CEO Tobias Moers, who had been headhunted by Stroll from Mercedes, was replaced by former Ferrari boss Amedeo Felisa.
The company has now announced plans for new “equity financing and strategic investment” from Saudi’s Public Investment Fund.
PIF is the owner of ...

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All teams that brought new parts to last weekend's British Grand Prix had a limited chance to acquire knowledge of them because FP1 and qualifying were both wet, while Aston also lost dry running with floor issues.
The big challenge at the Red Bull Ring is that it is a sprint weekend, so teams have only FP1 to find a working set-up before going straight into qualifying later on Friday.
Krack ...

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All teams that brought new parts to last weekend's British Grand Prix had a limited chance to acquire knowledge of them because FP1 and qualifying were both wet, while Aston also lost dry running with floor issues.
The big challenge at the Red Bull Ring is that it is a sprint weekend, so teams have only FP1 to find a working set-up before going straight into qualifying later on Friday.
Krack ...

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As well as clarifying the metric for measuring aerodynamic oscillations, the TD focussed on plank wear and flexing, with a clear suggestion that some teams have been taking advantage of the latter and that there will now be a clampdown.
Krack says Aston didn’t realise that teams might be taking advantage of floor flexing as a way of controlling porpoising.
Mercedes chief Toto ...

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The team hopes that the arrival of a fresh spate of parts at Silverstone might help to turn around its fortunes, so let’s take a look at what it has brought.
Firstly, let’s be clear, the changes made by Aston Martin for Silverstone are not on the scale of the developments seen in Spain. They are more about optimising the airflow conditions set out by those upgrades that the team probably ...

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Four-time F1 world champion Vettel joined Aston Martin ahead of the 2021 season, but his existing deal expires at the end of the current campaign.
Vettel has been in no rush to make a decision on his future, previously indicating he would look to make a call on whether or not to continue over the summer.
Vettel’s future is set to be a key story in the driver market silly season ...

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Following a difficult start to the season, Aston Martin brought a significant upgrade to the Spanish Grand Prix that drew comparisons to the concept used by Red Bull on its RB18 car.
The team has since enjoyed an upswing in form, scoring points in each of the last three races and recording a best result of sixth place in Azerbaijan courtesy of Sebastian Vettel.
But Aston Martin F1 boss Mike ...

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The Canadian driver failed to make it out of Q1 after a slow first run in the session and then two hits with the wall on his second attempt as he tried to make up for the deficit to teammate Sebastian Vettel.
Stroll and his Aston Martin team were left struggling to explain why there was such a big gap to Vettel, but it has emerged that an engine configuration issue with his Mercedes-Benz power ...

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At last weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix, Aston’s AMR22 was revealed as one of several heavily revised machines, with changes to the car’s sidepods and the cooling architecture within noted as bringing the green car to looking strikingly similar to Red Bull’s RB18.
Debate regarding Aston’s changes took place throughout the weekend at Barcelona, even after the FIA cleared the team of ...

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Four-time F1 world champion Vettel had his bag stolen through a car window, according to major Catalan publication El Periodico, from outside his hotel following Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix.
But in an effort to try and track down his stolen bag using his scooter, Vettel used a GPS signal from the AirPods headphones that were in the bag using the Find my iPhone app to find out where they ...

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As part of the huge package of aerodynamic changes, the team had to make decisions on cooling several weeks ago, and it was caught out in part by unexpectedly high temperatures in Barcelona this weekend.
In such circumstances, teams are obliged to 'open up' their cars and create extra cooling capacity, which in turn generates drag and impacts straightline speed.
After a promising initial run ...

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After some early season struggles, Aston Martin elected to introduce a major revamp of its AMR22 for this weekend’s race in Barcelona.
Its move to adopt the same concept as Red Bull has triggered a wave of controversy and even prompted an investigation from the FIA over car copying – with it being given the all-clear.
Any hopes that squad had of making an immediate leap forward in ...

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However, there are some other changes – both big and small – that differentiate it from the car that was last rolled out in Miami.
First up, the team has introduced a new rear wing configuration, with an onus on increasing downforce for the challenges posed by both the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and Monaco that the wings already at its disposal wouldn’t have resolved.
The design is ...

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The Silverstone-based team has created a stir in Barcelona this weekend by revealing a revamp of its AMR22 design that appears to be a direct copy of the Red Bull RB18 concept.
The similarities between the two cars were enough for the FIA to launch an investigation in to how the design was created, with it falling under the remit of regulations that outlaw teams using information from rivals to ...

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Aston Martin debuted a number of upgrades for its AMR22 car on Friday ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix, featuring design concepts that quickly drew parallels to Red Bull’s RB18 car.
The FIA revealed it had investigated the matter after noting the similarities as part of its routine pre-event checks, but deemed Aston Martin had followed the correct processes in designing the updates, thus ...

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