Yes, you’re too late to enter the 24 hour classic this year, but at least with this DBR9 parked in your garage you can kid yourself what might have been possible.
If you are thinking of going racing it’ll need a bit of softening up if it’s to qualify for the FIA series, or alternatively leave the big wings and de-restricted engine in place and head for the ‘Ring.
Advert: Aston Martin Racing DBR9 chassis number 102, the 1 in front of the number designates it as a 'Customer' car as oppose to a 'works' car. The specification of the car is unique and was done as a special specifically tailored to the clients requirements, the major alterations from a standard DBR9 are as follows;
1. Engine - Uprated performance
2. Aerodynamic package - High downforce
3. Gearbox - Semi automatic
4. Reduced dry weight
The engine fitted to this car and the spare that is included are both uprated 'D specification' engines, they are significantly more powerful, (around 13% or 75 bhp) than the standard engine of that time
The car was requested with a 'High downforce' setup that did not respect series regulations, as such a specific kit was developed for that car and briefly comprises, extended high down force front splitter, full width high down force rear wing.
The car is fitted with the standard DBR9 gearbox with a pneumatic operated semi-automatic paddle shift system has been installed. To aid gear down shift, a 'throttle blipper' has been fitted to the engine throttle system.
Options on the car include;
The car is supplied with a spares package
587,441.00 GBP inc VAT