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Aston Martin to celebrate centenary at the Goodwood Revival

Published 12 September 2013

Following hard on the heels of the 100th birthday celebrations at Frankfurt, Aston Martin continues its centenary celebrations in the appropriately historic surroundings of The Goodwood Revival this weekend.

Aston Martin is a main sponsor of this year’s Revival Meeting, and will be showing several of its rarest and most highly-prized sports cars of the revival period – 1948-1966. Among the cars set to do battle on the West Sussex track include two DBR1s, numerous DB3, DB3S and DB2/4 Mk IIIs, plus the 1961 Aston Martin Project 212.

Aston Martin’s centenary will be a signature theme of the 2013 Revival with the strong association between the brand and the historic racing circuit celebrated fittingly throughout the weekend. Aside from the numerous iconic Aston Martin racing cars in action on the Goodwood track, in meticulously authentic 1950s-style the Earls Court motor show will play host to a broad selection of Aston Martin models from across the years. Rare and exotic examples on display will include A3, the oldest surviving Aston Martin; the Atom and Bulldog concepts; a selection of Zagato models and the One-77 hypercar.

Goodwood Revival founder the Earl of March said: 'I am looking forward to seeing so many beautiful road and race Aston Martins here over the 2013 Goodwood Revival weekend.'

Goodwood Revival 2013

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