The National Australian Sports Sedan Association with Kerry Baily Motorsport and COLD GOLD Aquaculture proudly present the first ever Aston Martin DBR9 Sports Sedan.
Competing in the 2012 Shannon's Nationals Sports Sedan Championship.
Round 1 Mallala Raceway Qualifying Session 1
Aston Martin DBR9 - Brutal Sounds on the Track!
During a track day on circuit Spa Francorchamps I had the opportunity to
film very rare and exclusive this Aston Martin DBR9. This DBR9 GT1 wasn't
on track for a long time and the noise wasn't that hard, but it's just epic
to see a V12 GT1 beast back on track.
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PPG Gearbox - Darren Hossack 2010 AUDI A4 at Mallala
Australian driver Darren Hossack navigates through the field at Mallala
Raceway in May 2010 for round 2 of the Australian Sports Sedan
Championships. Hossack's Audi A4 features a 750HP 6L Chev engine and PPG
gearbox which helped propel Hossack to outright victory.
Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 pure V12 sounds compilation 2007-2013
Engine: 60º V12 / 5935 cc / 362.2 cu in
Power: 600 bhp / 448 KW @ 6500 rpm
Torque: 650 Nm / 479 ft lbs @ 5500 rpm
Weight: 1100 kilo / 2425.1 lbs
Video's made between 2007 and 2013 at Zolder and Spa-Francorchamps
This is one of my all-time favorite race cars.
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Aston Martin One-77 exclusive video
The 750bhp Aston Martin One-77 is the marque's flagship 200mph model. It
costs £1.4m with taxes and only 77 have been built. Watch here as Aston's
chief engineer, Chris Porritt, drives the hypercar flat-out with Steve
Cropley in the passenger seat.
Sports Sedans Race 1 May 2012 Wanneroo Raceway
United Oil FD RX7 Sports Sedan
Barbagallo Raceway, Western Australia
We had a fuel delivery issue that limited power and rpm, so had to short
shift as the race went on.
A timing issue ment we started P17, should have started P2!