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Lola Aston Martin DBR1-2 Le Mans 2009

Aston Martin returned to Le Mans 24 Hours Endurance most renowned race 50 years after the winning of the Aston Martin DBR1 with Roy Salvadori and Carroll Shelby at the wheel. For the 2009 edition, Aston Martin had prepared three factory entered Lola Aston Martin DBR -2, with number 007, 008 and 009. The 007 driven by Jan CHAROUZ, Thomas ENGE and Stefan MUCKE finished in 4th position; that is the first gasoline engine LMP1 in the race. The N° 008 finished 11th while 009 did not finish.


In the 2008 edition, a Lola B08/60 powered by Aston Martin was entered by Charouz Racing System and finished 9th overall. See Car Reviews Lola B08/60 Aston Martin LMP1 2008 for further details. For the 2009 edition Aston Martin had adopted the Lola B08/60 base but the external body panels were redesigned and built by Aston Martin Design in order to improve aerodynamics and produce a look typical of the brand for marketing purpose. A private entered Lola B08/60 powered by Aston Martin finished in 12th position; bearing the number 13, it was entered by Speedy racing Sebah and driven by Andrea Belicchi, Neel Jani and Nicolas Prost. The engine is derived from the 5993 cc. V12 of the DBR9 GT1and producing approximately 650 hp.


Photos Philippe GIRARDON text Paul DAMIENS


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