Fernando Rees1983-01-04 (age 38)
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Team run near-faultless race to achieve maximum possible result
Pole position for #98 GTE Am of Paul Dalla Lana and Pedro Lamy
Unseasonable weather sees ambient and track temperature plummet
Aston Martin returns to the historic Spa-Francorchamps circuit with its five Vantage GTEs.
Aston Martin Racing took the top three spots in qualifying for the Six Hours of Silverstone.
Porsche celebrated a 1-2 in qualifying for the first round of the 2015 World Endurance Championship at Silverstone on Saturday.
Aston Martin’s largest works race programme to date
Takes both GTE victories at Interlagos.
On top in both GTE classes at Six Hours of Sao Paulo.
Four-car team looking to finish strong at the Six Hours of Sao Paulo.
At the penultimate round of the 2014 championship, Aston Martin has scooped the Endurance Trophy for GTE Am Teams and the Endurance Trophy for GTE Am Drivers.
Aston Martin Racing works drivers Fernando Rees and Alex MacDowall will be joined in WEC penultimate round by Abdulaziz Al Faisal.
Event celebrated all things Aston Martin.
The hits just keep on coming at Le Mans.
The driver of the car, Fernando Rees (BR), was taken to the medical centre following the incident at Porsche Curves.
The No. 20 Porsche on top early in Le Mans qualifying
The second day of Scrutinerring is underway at Le Mans
As the chequered flag waved, the #95 crossed the GTE Am finish line in second place, leaving the team leading the WEC GTE Am teams and drivers championships.
The #97 V8 Vantage GTE Pro, piloted by Aston Martin Racing factory drivers Darren Turner and Stefan Mücke improved throughout the session as the track evolved lap-by-lap.
Darryl O'Young is getting set to make history in the FIA World Endurance Cahmpionship (WEC) this year.
Audi, Toyota and Porsche will have two cars each testing.
FIA World Endurance Championship will once again be the highlight of the calendar, as the team fields four V8 Vantage GTEs in the full season, and as many as seven cars at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Aston Martin Racing’s No.97 Vantage V8 of Darren Turner, Stefan Mücke and Frédéric Makowiecki which was classified as the winner.
Aston Martin's no97 and no99 locked out front raw for Japanese WEC race, nr51 Ferrari 458 will head second raw.