2005 Aston Martin DBR9

– DBR9/102 was the second Customer DBR9 assembled by Prodrive & sold to the Diniz family in Brazil

– Equipped with more powerful D-spec engine using larger air restrictors, increased aero package & pneumatically operated paddle-shift gear change

– Diniz fielded DBR9/102 in the 2006 Mil Milhas under the Capuava Racing banner with co-drivers Raul Boesel, Pedro Lamy & Tony Kanaan

– Arguably the most original DBR9 extant – DBR9/102 was recently tested by 2017 Le Mans Winner & Aston Martin Works driver Darren Turner

– Eligible for Global Endurance Legends & Masters Endurance Legends

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Year: 2005
Make: Aston Martin
Model: DBR9
Dealer: Fiskens
Fiskens
Vendor:Fiskens
Contact:cars@fiskens.com
Website:http://www.fiskens.com
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