Aston Martin Celebrates it’s Grand History 104-year Showcasing £65M of Aston Martin cars
Paying homage to the pride & glory with pristine Aston Martin cars in a film
When there’s a bait set in front, knowing the perils yet resisting the temptations is just like killing your inside being. Aston Martin Racing’s World Endurance Championship (WEC) drivers, Darren Turner and Nicki Thiim, along with Aston Martin Chief Engineer Matt Becker had a once in a lifetime chance to be dauntless and be ‘hooners’. A garage full of 28 special Aston Martins with a value of astronomical £65 million amidst the tight security was the target of company’s paid driver to let themselves loose and have the taste of pride and glory of 104 years.
The place was the pristine hangars which would then become carmaker’s second UK manufacturing plant at St Athan in South Wales recently, signaling the start of the redevelopment of the former MOD site. The scene was set and when there’s knowing that the automated security is at the highest level, the guards then ease off into a sweet sleep. However, the antics remain the same – boys will be boys they did what they’re supposed to do until the boss, Aston Martin President, and CEO, Andy Palmer saw the tire markings on the floor. He then delegated a deserving task to the security!
Watch the video here.