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2nd (2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix)
2nd (1959 British Grand Prix)
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111
107
132 (0.6 points per race avg)
16 (7.2%)
1959 Dutch Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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 Aston Martin

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pole positions Aston Martin

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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

At the start of 2022's new ground effect era, Aston Martin's launch specification car proved unsuited to the new rules.
Just like Mercedes, the team had anticipated producing a lot of downforce when the car was close to the ground, but it found that porpoising prevented it from being able to run as low as it would like.
To avoid the bouncing, the team had to raise the ride height a lot, and ...

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The Silverstone squad is gearing up for the launch of its AMR23 car at its factory on 13 February, with interest surrounding the team heightened with it having signed Fernando Alonso to partner Lance Stroll for the 2023 season.
Although it remains coy about the details of the design of its new challenger, Aston Martin's deputy technical director Eric Blandin suggests there should be some ...

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Aston Martin is currently still working from the original Jordan factory that was first used in 1991, with many employees located in a temporary stack of cabins alongside the main building and the wind tunnel staff working at the Mercedes facility in Brackley.
The new facility that is being built alongside its existing base will see everyone in one building, with the entire design department in ...

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After taking over the former Force India outfit owner Lawrence Stroll launched a major recruitment drive, taking Fallows and other key names from Red Bull Racing, as well as deputy technical director Eric Blandin from Mercedes, and engineering director Luca Furbatto from Alfa Romeo.
Fallows says the combination of newcomers from teams across the paddock and long-time members of the Silverstone ...

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The team secured the position in Abu Dhabi after finishing equal on points with Aston Martin, and winning on a countback of best individual race finish.
It was the best result in the standings for the Sauber-run operation since it finished sixth in 2012, and followed two eighth places and a ninth in the three years under the Alfa Romeo name.
With each position representing an estimated ...

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The innovative concepts, involving the Mercedes front wing endplate and the Aston Martin rear wing, have been made illegal through changes in F1's technical regulations.
Both concepts raised eyebrows when they were introduced because, while fully complying with the wording of the rules and being deemed legal by the FIA, they appeared to go against a broad concept that car designs to increase ...

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Alonso dropped a bombshell on the F1 driver market when he signed a deal in July to join Aston Martin for next year, leaving Alpine after two years.
Although Alonso does not officially start with Aston Martin until the new year, the two-time world champion was able to take part in Tuesday?s post-season test running in Abu Dhabi with the British team.
Alonso completed 97 laps in the AMR22 ...

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As 9am came around and the light at the end of the pit lane went green, Alonso immediately peeled out of the Aston Martin garage, running in a sponsorless livery, blank overalls and a camo dazzle helmet, and was the first man out of the pit lane.
He did the same when the session resumed after a red flag for Oscar Piastri's stoppage in the third hour. But was it a coincidence?
"No," he said ...

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The two teams were fighting over sixth place in the world championship that is worth $10-12m of extra prize fund income.
After losing out in qualifying, Alfa Romeo adopted a strategy of running interference on the cars of Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll in an attempt to reduce their chances of scoring sufficient points to secure the position.
Guanyu Zhou and Valtteri Bottas both held ...

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After two campaigns with Alpine following his F1 comeback at the start of 2021, Alonso is switching to Aston Martin for next year after signing a long-term deal.
As part of an arrangement among several teams for them to try their new 2023 drivers in the Abu Dhabi test after the F1 finale, Alonso has been released by Alpine and is scheduled to get a day?s running with Aston Martin.
And ...

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Vettel and Stroll have had several on-track skirmishes this year, notably in the French GP, when in the middle of the last corner of the race Stroll appeared to slow suddenly, forcing Vettel to brake dramatically in order to avoid hitting the sister car.
The Canadian explained later that he'd had an oversteer moment.
They had another clash on the first lap at Spa, costing both of them ...

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The Spaniard made contact twice with Ocon on the opening lap of the Brazil GP sprint race at Interlagos on Saturday.
Having been forced wide at Turn 4 on the opening lap, he slid into the side of Ocon on the exit. Then, further around the lap as they neared the start/finish line, Alonso damaged his front wing after clipping his teammate's right rear tyre as he attempted an overtaking ...

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The Belgian, who drove for McLaren between 2016 and 2018 and has most recently acted as a reserve for Mercedes, will undertake a ramped-up F1 programme alongside his FE commitments for DS Penske.
He will share responsibilities at Aston Martin with F2 champion Felipe Drugovich, who was recently signed as a test and reserve driver, throughout the intense 24-race schedule.
Vandoorne's move to ...

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The test, to be held on the Tuesday following the final race of the season, will feature two cars per team. Race drivers will run the definitive 2023 Pirelli tyres in one car, and rookies will drive the other.
Traditionally the Abu Dhabi running sees drivers who are moving teams for the following year gain their first experience with their new outfits, assuming that they have been able to ...

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Here is the FIA?s report in full:
An Accepted Breach Agreement (?ABA?) dated 25 October 2022 has been entered into by the Cost Cap Administration and AMR GP Limited (?AMR?) pursuant to Article 6.28 of the FIA Formula 1 Financial Regulations (?Financial Regulations?). The Financial Regulations are issued by the FIA and form part of the terms and conditions of participation in the ...

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The FIA announced after the Japanese Grand Prix that both Aston Martin and Red Bull were found to have breached the financial regulations for 2021 after completing their audits.
Although Aston Martin was under the cost cap for last year - unlike Red Bull, which received a $7m fine and a reduction in aerodynamic testing on Friday - the FIA deemed it had committed a procedural breach, meaning it ...

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The team has reached an Accepted Breach Agreement, which in essence confirms that it acknowledges any wrongdoing and accepts any sanctions.
Aston Martin has also agreed an ABA for its less serious procedural breach, and details of that are also set to be revealed on Friday.
The FIA will explain the areas that are in dispute for both teams as well as the penalties.
Red Bull boss Christian ...

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The team was named recently by the FIA alongside Red Bull Racing and Williams as having failed to fully comply with the 2021 financial regulations.
However while Red Bull was deemed to have overspent and made procedural errors, Aston Martin and Williams were only guilty of the latter.
The Williams case, involving the late submission of documents by a third-party accounting firm, was settled ...

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Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel finished sixth and eighth in Singapore, and the German driver followed up with sixth place in Japan.
McCullough says it was not by chance the team was in the right place to benefit in races where big points were on offer as some of the regular frontrunners tripped up.
"We've had a continuous aggressive development from the start of the year," he told ...

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At the previous event in Singapore, Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel finished sixth and eighth, propelling the team from ninth to seventh in the constructors' championship, ahead of Haas and AlphaTauri.
In Japan, Vettel put in a storming drive to sixth after winning a final-lap tussle with Fernando Alonso, edging the team closer to Alfa Romeo in the constructors' battle.
The gap to the ...

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Former grand prix driver de la Rosa has signed on for a new role at Aston Martin.
As well as helping out with media and marketing commitments, he will also be getting involved in the team?s young driver development programme.
The Spaniard?s new position comes ahead of the arrival of compatriot Alonso next year, who is joining as the replacement for the retiring Sebastian ...

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As part of this continued push, a revised beam wing layout was on the menu for the Japanese Grand Prix, with the team looking to customize its configuration for the demands of the Suzuka layout.
This is a subtle change, especially when we consider the scale of the update unveiled in Singapore, but deemed essential nonetheless.
Sebastian Vettel, aided by the influx of parts, was able to make ...

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Following intense speculation since the Singapore Grand Prix that two squads had been found to have spent more than the circa $145 million limit in 2021, motor racing's governing body formally published its findings on Monday.
In a statement, it said that all teams had been issued their compliance certificates apart from Red Bull Racing, Aston Martin Racing and Williams.
The Williams breach ...

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Sixth and eighth places for Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel earned the team 12 points, the team?s best haul of the year.
The score moved Aston Martin from ninth place to seventh in the table, ahead of Haas and AlphaTauri. It is now only 15 points shy of sixth-placed Alfa Romeo.
However, Krack warned that the situation could change quickly should a bad weekend for Aston Martin coincide ...

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There has been no confirmation from the FIA about teams spending beyond the budget cap last year, but in Singapore paddock sources including some rival team bosses suggested that Aston Martin may have committed a ?procedural? breach, and an offence less serious than that allegedly associated with Red Bull.
However, team principal Mike Krack insists that there has been no news from the ...

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