Aston Martin Unveils New Cars and Programs at Racetracks Across the U.S.

Aston Martin is kicking off its first comprehensive motorsports program in United States with the sale of 12 of its famed GT4 racecars ($195,000 each) and 10 new car models set to race at speedways across the country. In partnership with the Petaluma, Calif.–based motorsports company the Racer’s Group, which will handle upkeep and sales for the new racecars, there will be many perks for Aston Martin GT4 customers, including one-on-one driving lessons with the new Aston Martin racing team, and a one-make race series—in which identically prepared Aston Martin GT4s will race against one another at select venues—in the works for next year. Aston Martin’s next race will be on March 16 at the Twelve Hours race in Sebring, Fla. (www.trg-astonmartinracing.com)

From Around the Web...
The 911 Turbo is one of the most capable and well-rounded sports cars on the market…
Photo by Darin Schnabel © 2016 RM Sotheby’s
The very first Cobra ever made, Carroll Shelby’s personal car will cross the block in Monterey…
The launch of the new XE is as monumental for Jaguar as the dramatic Rocky Mountains…
Photo by Julien Brightwell
The British shop’s Type 6 motorcycle is exhibited at Maximilian Büsser’s M.A.D. Gallery in Geneva…
The company’s founder was opposed to the idea of adding a supercharger to increase power…
A collaboration with bike-smith Walt Siegl, the singular cycle will promote Yurman’s new collection…
The car, which can go from zero to 60 in 2.7 seconds, will reach a top speed of 250 mph…
Richard Kim shares why the 1,000 hp concept brings sexy back to alternative mobility…
From a NASA-nuanced rocket to a roadster in remembrance of 9/11, these bikes are brilliant…
Debuted on June 23, only 50 examples of the dual-tone tribute will be produced…