1908 ASTON MARTIN DBR9
The Aston Martin DBR9 racing car by Aston Martin built in 2005. The name DBR9 is derived from the original 24 Hours of Le Mans-winning DBR1 car, named for then owner David Brown. The DBR9 GT racing car is based on the latest Aston Martin production sports car - the DB9 - but is significantly modified for competition use. Aston Martin Racing will build 12 Works cars, which will be run by three Works teams in the major international GT series. A limited run of only 20 racing cars, prepared to the same specification, will also be built and made available to selected customers to race or keep in private collections.