The relatively tricky Aston Martin quiz

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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.

  • True
  • False

The throaty 5.3 litre V8 stayed in production for the best part of 30-years! But what year was it introduced?

  • 1964
  • 1969
  • 1973

The DB2 was an important car for the brand. How many facelifts did it get in its life?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

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?

  • Porsche
  • Nimrod Racing Automobiles
  • Sauber

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 But why was the car criticised for being outdated?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?

  • 10 years
  • 15 years
  • 12 years

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