The relatively tricky Aston Martin quiz
Carroll Shelby drove the DBR1 to victory at Le Mans in 1959, but which famous driver didn't finish in a seperate car?
- Juan Manuel Fangio
- Sir Stirling Moss
- Mike Hawthorn
True or false: a 4-door Lagonda existed based off the Virage.
The throaty 5.3 litre V8 stayed in production for the best part of 30-years! But what year was it introduced?
The DB2 was an important car for the brand. How many facelifts did it get in its life?
While we're on the subject of the DB2, who supervised the design of the famous straight six it housed?
- Ettore Bugatti
- Enzo Ferrari
- W.O. Bentley
Everyone remembers the DB5 from James Bond films, but how else was it different from the DB4?
- It was fuel-injected
- It was designed to be more of a relaxed GT cruiser
- It was designed to be sportier
What was the competitive little Ulster named after?
- The business which the chief engineer previously worked at
- A famous race held in Northern Ireland
- The runway near where it was produced
This Group C car was an oddball in Aston's racing history. But which other brand did they collaborate with to make this?
- Nimrod Racing Automobiles
The DB7 introduced a new styling language that was to stay. But why was the car criticised for being outdated?
- Basic models didn't offer electric windows
- It carried over many parts from previous Astons
- It was based on the Jaguar XJS
Last but not least, how long was the DB9 in production for?
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