Aston Martin competes at the highest levels of motorsport through its Formula 1 and World Endurance Championship campaigns, the importance of the past in shaping the company cannot be overlooked. With the creation of the Aston Martin Heritage Racing program, Aston Martin has cemented its commitment to historic motorsport. To celebrate this, the Q by Aston Martin team has released a series of special liveries inspired by the company's illustrious automobile racing heritage. Available for Vantage models, the 6 liveries are inspired by the color schemes of iconic cars spanning 96 years of racing history, from Land speed record holders to endurance race winners. DB3S The letters "DB" are synonymous with Aston Martin. DB3s/5 was David Brown's personal car before it was commandeered by the Works team for racing in 1954. DB3s/5 finished 2nd overall in the 1954 Silverstone GP support race before finishing 3rd a 1-2-3-4 DB3s train at the 1955 support race. THE DAVID BROWN ERA 1956 saw none other than Stirling Moss handed the keys, where he drove the car to a win at the Easter Monday meet at Silverstone before the cars new owner, Roy Salvadori, took the car to other international-level victories later that year.
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