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Wow wow wow. This is among your finest work, and your work always sets a high bar. The car is unbelievably stunning. How could one man design the chassis, engine, and body. Good lord it dominated! What cars made up the competition? Ferraris? 175 mph on the straight for 24 hrs? Phenomenal video, truely inspired, artistic, and gifted.
Yes, but what a race! It beat a host of Ferrari 250 Testa Rosa’s, Maserati 300/450s and Jaguar D-Types at Nurburgring 1000KMS. It even ended up in a ditch at one point! Only 5 Aston DBR1’s were ever made and they, in my opinion, the most beautiful and greatest 50s sports cars ever. They were the first ever British Sports Car to win the World Sports Car Championship.
a very good short video..l’d love to drive a DBR1…the nearest l have got is the DB2..
If you want to see the very best video on Astons, get a copy of Victory by Design.featuring Alain de Cadenet. the best motoring dvd collection l have ever seen…he drives all the period racing and sports cars .he has driven more makes and models than anyone living or dead…and he knows his stuff !