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Aston Martin stands as one of the leaders in British auto luxury and performance.
So how did they get there?
It wasn’t easy.
Founded in 1914, Aston Martin changed hands several times and experienced multiple rough patches of financial instability over its developmental years. Robert Bamford and Lionel Martin founded the company. The other part of Aston Martin’s name comes from a stretch of road in England used for racing known as the Aston Hillclimb.
While the production of vehicles was briefly paused during World War 1, Aston Martin continued to develop racetrack vehicles. Continuing to change hands until World War 2, the company began to achieve worldwide recognition through the ownership of David Brown.
Many current and previous Aston Martin models sport David Brown’s “DB” initials with cars such as the DB5 making an appearance in the 1964 James Bond movie, ‘Goldfinger.’
After David Brown left Aston Martin in the 1970s, the company returned to difficult times until Ford Motors bought a 75% majority share of the company in 1987. Ford later acquired the last 25% of Aston Martin in 1994.
Top Aston Martin Race Models
Since the founders of Aston Martin believed in focusing on speed first and foremost, we found it most appropriate to highlight some of Aston Martin’s top racing models.
The Aston Martin DBR1 is a real spectacle. Driven by legendary motorists such as Carrol Shelby, the DBR1 is the only Aston Martin to have won the 24 Hours of Le Mans outright. Another DBR1 took the second place while third place was accompanied by a Ferrari that was miles behind.
Our number one selection for the top Aston Martin road model is the One-77. Only 77 models of the One-77 are ever to be released. Apparently, this car, with its powerful 7.3L engine, was built due to the forecast that it won’t be legal to make in the future.
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