Aston Martin Lagonda

Christian Horner reveals how Adrian Newey ‘almost bankrupted Aston Martin’

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has comically revealed that chief technical officer Adrian Newey “almost bankrupted Aston Martin”, whilst working on the stunning Aston Martin Valkyrie. Newey was responsible for the bulk of the Valkyrie’s design; which Aston Martin are claiming to be the world’s fastest street-legal car. Only 150 Valkyrie’s are set to

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Esteban Ocon: ‘All Okay’ After Crash With Sebastian Vettel

Alpine F1 driver Esteban Ocon has said he is over the incident he had with Sebastian Vettel at the 2021 season-opener in Bahrain. READ: Did Perez’s Electrical Issue Deny Verstappen Victory In Bahrain? The pair were running well down the order when Vettel crashed his Aston Martin into the back of Ocon after locking up


Aston Martin Unveil 2021 Challenger As They Look To Make ‘Real Progress’

Aston Martin has launched its 2021 challenger, the AMR21, marking its return to Formula One after over six decades. As part of the team’s rebrand from Racing Point to Aston Martin, their 2021 car has a radically different livery to its predecessor, with them switching out pink for British racing green.   READ: Lewis Hamilton Calls

Aston Martin Racing F1 Team owner Lawrence Stroll -

Lawrence Stroll Tightens Hold On Aston Martin Lagonda

Lawrence Stroll has solidified his control of Aston Martin Lagonda as a group of Kuwaiti investors have reduced the size of their holding in the British auto-maker. Amr Ali Abdallah Abou El Seoud, Adeem/Primewagon’s representative director on Aston Martin Lagonda’s board, has stepped down from his position, company filings published on Friday show. READ: Nico

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Lawrence Stroll Denies Chinese Investors Set To Take Over Aston Martin

Last month, it was reported that China’s BYD Auto Company had tabled a bid to acquire Aston Martin Lagonda in a deal that would value the British auto-maker at £4.1 billion. Details were scarce and it was difficult to gauge the veracity of these reports. READ: Alonso: It Became Clear ‘Leclerc Has More Potential’ Than