Repair of Aston Martin
Aston Martin is a legendary British company specializing in the production of ultra-expensive sports supercars. It is a division of the Ford Motor Company’S Corporate Group. It is headquartered in Newport Panell.
The founders of the Aston Martin brand are called Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, who in 1914 in London district of Kensington built a light motor sports car with 1.4-liter Coventry-Simples engine on the chassis of the Italian Isotta Fraschini passenger car. A year earlier, Martin had won the local race on Aston Clinton in a Singer 10, and the new car was named Aston Martin in memory of this event.
At the end of 1919, the second Aston Martin model appeared, and its production began only in January 1920 in a new workshop on London’s Abington Road.
Aston Martin cars were constantly involved in races, thanks to which the company gained sports and technical experience. In 1924, in a race at Monza, Count Louis Zborowski crashed, who provided the company with huge financial assistance, and engineer W.S. Renwick bought the company, which was on the verge of bankruptcy, for 6 thousand pounds. The basis for all subsequent Aston Martin cars until 1936 was a new 1.5-liter engine with an overhead camshaft, which was developed by Renwick and his Italian companion Augustu Cesare Bertelli.
Aston Martin 11.9 HP model was launched in 1926.
Success accompanies the Aston-Martin Ulster model in “24 Hours of Le Mans” races of 1934-1936.
Speed model appears in 1936.
In 1939, the company’s chief engineer, Claude Hill, created the Atom car, which began the history of the “DB” series cars (the abbreviation contained the initials of David Brown). Atom made a furore at the London Motor Show in 1940. But the war made its own adjustments.