|Amidst a field of battle-hardened Group C race teams from Jaguar, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz, Aston Martin sought to enter the fray with the AMR1. Development began in 1987 with a well-funded team of designers. Aerodynamics were a key element to achieving high cornering speeds, and underneath the AMR1’s Kevlar and carbon fiber tub is a massive aero tunnel. The equally massive Aston Martin V8 was massaged by Reeves Callaway to produce more than 700 hp and was even tilted three-degrees to optimize the tunnel airflow. Only five chassis were built; the one modeled here (AMR1/04) was the most successful, achieving a fourth place at Brands Hatch and an eighth place at the Nürburgring with Brian Redman and David Leslie behind the wheel. By the end of the 10-race Group C World Sports Prototype Championship season the AMR1s had eight finishes and finished sixth place overall ahead of Toyota. The AMR1 is an astounding drive and now is your chance to experience it and build your own legendary British racing heritage.|
— Official description
It was added to the title for free with the August Update.
|1960s||DB4 GT Zagato · DB5 (DB5 JB) · DBS JB '69|
|1980s||#18 AMR1 · V8 JB|
|1990s||V8 Vantage V600|
|2000s||#007 DBR9, #008 DBR9, #009 DBR9 · DB7 Zagato · DB9 Coupe · DBS '08 (DBS JB '08) · V12 Vanquish|
|2010s||#009 AMR One · #007 - #6 Lola · #7 V12 Vantage GT3 · Vanquish (Limited Collector Edition) · Cygnet · DB10 JB · DB11 · One-77 · Rapide · V12 Vantage · V12 Vantage S · V12 Zagato · Vantage · Vantage GT12 · Virage · Vulcan (Forza Edition)|
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