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"A Formula One car is on the bleeding edge of technology, a staggeringly complex jigsaw of lightweight components and precision engineering. The push for excellence drives development of materials and tech that will power our future road cars."

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SEBASTIAN VETTEL

BORN HEPPENHEIM, GERMANY HEIGHT 1.75M DOB 03.07.1987 WEIGHT 72KG

"Four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel arrives at the Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One™ Team determined to share his race-winning and title-winning experience, leading the team into the next era."

LANCE STROLL

BORN MONTRÉAL, CANADA HEIGHT. 1.84M DOB. 29.10.1998 WEIGHT. 79KG

"22-year-old Lance Stroll is one of Formula One's great young talents and a multiple-time podium finisher. After a breakthrough 2020 season, he's ready for the Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One™ Team era."

BORN ON THE RACETRACK

"It took less than 10 years for Aston Martin to appear on the international racing scene. Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford’s drive to create peerless sports cars began in 1913 and, after impressing on the Hillclimb courses of Great Britain, by 1922 they were ready to make their international racing debut. The event? The 1922 French Grand Prix – a race run over 60 laps of the gruelling 13km Strasbourg circuit which, totalling more than 800km in length, was a prime example of the punishing nature of early Grand Prix racing. Regulations of the era necessitated engines no larger than two litres in two-seater cars weighing a minimum of 650kg – a far cry from the highly advanced V6-turbo-hybrid-powered 700kg+ cars in modern-day F1."

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"It may be over 60 years since Aston Martin lined up on the F1 grid, but the British marque has a unique history in Grand Prix racing that stretches back long before the inaugural Formula 1 World Championship in 1950."

"Brown soon began an ambitious plan: a bid to topple the giants of both the World Sportscar Championship and Formula 1."