The AMR Racing Vantage GTE, designed at Aston Martin Racing’s headquarters, set to run in the 2018 World Endurance Championship season, with 13,000km of testing, including a 30-hour marathon stint (along with 530 bhp) under its skin.
The new Vantage will compete in the WEC’s GTE Pro segment, showing off its aluminum frame, carbon fiber body, huge rear splitter,
enormous air vents and a rear wing the size of (fill in the blank).
And. . .it rides on race-worthy, lightweight forged magnesium alloys wrapped in Michelin rubber.
See it for real at the track: The 2018–19 FIA World Endurance Championship marks the seventh season of the FIA World Endurance Championship, starting in May at The Circuit Spa-Francorchamps, the venue of the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix (Stavelot, Belgium). Fast, hilly and twisty, it’s considered one of the most challenging race tracks in the world.
Can “the Beast” handle it?