This period between 2009 and 2018 brought Aston Martin two 24-hour wins in the Le Mans category (2014 and 2017) and seven FIA World Endurance Championship titles as well as numerous International Sports Car Championship titles in British GT and GT. Global Challenge (Europe) and the European Le Mans Series.
The trio of Legacy Vantages, based on the street car V8 Vantage launched in 2005, was developed at Aston Martin Racing workshops and is available for sale as a set. They include the V8 Vantage GTE, the V12 Vantage GT3, and the Vantage GT4.
All three are brand new, ready to drive and symmetrically painted in Sterling Green with classic and classic Aston Martin yellow trim around the radiator and the bevel rail.
The Vantage GT4
The Vantage GT4 was the first race car to be developed around the architecture of the VH era. It made its debut in 2009, and by the end of 2018, Aston Martin Racing had built 107 cars, winning international races and championships around the world. Many of these cars are still in competition today. The car in the group is the 108th and last car to be manufactured.
The V12 Vantage GT3
The V12 Vantage GT3 followed the GT4 after three years and made its debut in 2012. It quickly became the dominant car in the British GT Championship, winning overall victories in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2018 and proving its competitiveness until it was replaced by the new Vantage in 2012. 2019. During the seven years, until the end of 2017, the number of cars had reached 46 built.
The V8 Vantage GTE
The V8 Vantage GTE made its debut with the Aston Martin Racing team in Sebring in 2012. After three years in the LMP1 class, the Aston Martin Factory is back in production-based racing. The V8 Vantage GTE celebrated its first victory at the FIA World Endurance Championship Finals in Shanghai in October this year.
Originally, only six Vantage GTE engines were built, with the Le Mans race car being used for the final time in the GTE Am class in 2018. During that time, it became the most successful car in the FIA World Endurance Championship, winning seven titles and two Le Class victories Mans, including the last famous lap victory in 2017. The GTE in this group is the seventh and final car to be manufactured, Chassis No. 007.
David King, President of Aston Martin Racing, said: “For collectors, this trio from Aston Martin Racing Vantages is a half-hour tribute to the brand in international sports car racing.
“While Aston Martin has since achieved world titles with its current generation turbocharged V8 Vantage, the foundations behind the great success of the original car have won the admiration of fans around the world and made it a favorite among racing fans. The Legacy Collection is a beautiful symbol of this remarkable car. “.