1935 Aston Martin Ulster 1½ Litre

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Manx Lover

2015-07-06 12:08:11

The 1935 Aston Martin Ulster. The name ‘Ulster’, of course, comes from the company’s success in the Tourist Trophy at the Ards course in Ulster, Northern Ireland. In 1934, Aston Martin had entered three Team Cars (LM15, LM16 and LM17), and, whether by good fortune, or most likely fine driving, good preparation and an inherently well-designed and fast racing car, the team finished in the top 7.
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Smitzy

2015-07-06 12:08:11

The cars were painted red for that course due to a miserable defeat at the previous race.




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