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2024 Formula One® Car
Introducing the AMR24


The culmination of countless hours of work and uncompromising craft, the AMR24 builds on the strengths of its predecessor and applies the learnings from our most successful season to date.

We have honed our understanding to produce a car with a wider operating window to unlock performance across the different circuits on Formula One’s record-breaking calendar.

The first car to be designed and built at our state-of-the-art Technology Campus, our 2024 challenger is a strong evolution and has been designed to provide the perfect platform for in-season development as we continue our relentless pursuit of progress.

Formula 2

"The chassis design is new, as well as the nose, front wing, front suspension and rear suspension. We want to compete in the developement race this season and this car is designed to do just that."

- Dan Fallows | Technical Director Aston Martin Aramco Formula One® Team

Formual 3


Cutting through the air at speeds of more than 220mph, the front wing powerfully directs airflow across all the aerodynamic surfaces and is crucial to the performance of the car.

The AMR24 features a revised front wing and nose design for more effective and efficient management of wake from the 18-inch front wheels.

The front wing and nose work in tandem with the over-wheel winglets to control the front-wheel wake and direct it away from the bodywork to help increase downforce at the rear of the car.

"The floor is the biggest area of downforce generation on an F1 car and it's constantly being evolved. Getting it right will be of paramount importance to our success in 2024.

- Dan Fallows | Technical Director Aston Martin Aramco Formula One® Team


Extracting the most from the floor is key to unlocking performance. The design of the sidepods and bodywork has been overhauled to improve airflow management around the floor and over the rear wing.

The AMR24 features a deeper undercut beneath the sidepod inlet. The upper surface retains its predecessor’s distinctive downward swooping channel. This creates ridged sidepod shoulders that guide the air along the sides of the car.

Bodywork is shrink-wrapped around the compact, turbocharged 1.6-litre V6 hybrid power unit and cooling systems beneath. The upper section features a cooling cannon at the rear to direct air from the radiators. All to allow as much downforce to be generated by the car’s floor as possible.

Formula 4 (1)
Formula 8


Suspension has two key roles to play: control of weight transfer for optimum cornering ability, and ensuring as much of the tyre is in contact with the track surface as possible for more grip and earlier throttle application.

The AMR24 features a push-rod suspension layout at both the front and rear with the wheel assembly joined to the chassis by a diagonal structure at a higher point on the car’s body.

The front suspension has been improved to boost performance in conjunction with the changes to the front wing and floor. The rear suspension has been optimised to maximise the efficiency of airflow around the rear wing. These optimisations have also enhanced the design of the diffuser and floor and elegantly accommodate Mercedes’ latest power unit and eight-speed, semi-automatic gearbox.

Meet the drivers


Fernando Alonso

More than 20 years after making his Grand Prix debut, the same restless hunger for success still drives Fernando Alonso. The double World Champion provides all the skill, speed and experience needed to further the team's quest to become world title challengers.


Lance Stroll

Lance Stroll is one of Formula One's great young talents. At 25 years old, he is already an experienced Formula One racer with multiple podium finishes and a pole position to his name. In 2024, he's ready to help drive the team forward.


"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."


Carbon fibre composite monocoque with Zylon legality side anti-intrusion panels.
Aluminium uprights with carbon fibre composite wishbones, track rod and pushrod. Inboard chassis mounted torsion springs, dampers and anti-roll bar assembly.
BBS Front: 18” x 13.2”, Rear: 18” x 16.9”.
AP Racing
Pirelli P Zero
Brembo brake callipers and in-house design brake by wire system with Carbon fibre discs and pads.
FIA single ECU within house design electrical harness
3600mm max
Overall vehicle weight 798kg (including driver, excluding fuel). Weight distribution between 44.5% and 46.0%
Mercedes HPP
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 E Performance. 1.6L v6 Turbo charged + energy recovery system
Mercedes F1 8-speed, semi-automatic