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Aston Martin Nürburgring Test Centre – Open for Business
The Aston Martin Nürburgring Test Centre – initially unveiled in May – is now fully operational as a base for development and durability testing of Aston Martin prototypes and for customer events.
relationship with the famous circuit by taking on a new display showroom and VIP business
lounge in the new Nürburgring trackside development due for completion in June 2009.
At a recent exclusive track day on the legendary Nordschleife circuit, Aston Martin Chief
Executive Officer Dr. Ulrich Bez and newly appointed Test Centre Director, Wolfgang
Schuhbauer hosted customers and Vantage N24 race teams who were able to test their own
cars, drive the latest Aston Martin products and have one-to-one driver training on the circuit.
Aston Martin Racing joined the attending teams to test a DBRS9 in readiness for round nine
of the Nürburgring VLN endurance series on 11 October.
At the conclusion of the track day, the extended relationship was announced by Dr. Walter
Kafitz, Managing Director of Nürburgring GmbH and Dr. Bez, who commented: "The
Nürburgring has played an important part in the development of our cars in recent years and
of course we have a fine racing pedigree here too. We are therefore extremely pleased to be
able to demonstrate our bond with the Nürburgring even more clearly by extending our
Officially opened in May 2008, the Nürburgring Test Centre principally serves as a facility for
Aston Martin engineers who regularly use the industry pool weeks to test prototypes and
The DBS, DB9, V8 Vantage and forthcoming Rapide and V12 Vantage have all benefited
from development at the Nürburgring. A key part of the sign-off process for all new Aston
Martins is a 10,000km durability test on the famous circuit.
The Test Centre, converted from a simple industrial building into a functional workshop and
showroom provides 2400m2 of space to support Nürburgring racing activities for the factory
and its customers.
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