Aston Martin Racing has revealed the first impressions of its new GT2 racing car.
For the first time, Aston Martin Racing is designing this car to run on either standard race fuel or E85 bio-ethanol (where regulations allow). In 2007, Aston Martin Racing successfully converted a standard DBRS9 to run on E85.
Aston Martin Vantage GT2: Bio-Ethanol driven masterpiece!
Modern automobile industry is going towards the green future that it sees as the best viable option for the future. Even the most beautiful and grandest cars of the modern era are taking up the conversion to greener bio-fuels. Even Aston Martin is no different in that regard. Aston Martin Racing has revealed the first official pictures of the Vantage GT2. Based on the V8 engine, Aston Martin Vantage and designed to run on both standard and E85 bio-ethanol fuel, the new race car will make its debut at the Le Mans Series at Barcelona on 5 April 2008.