Kerry Baily's Aston Martin DBR9 Sports Sedan

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

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