2010 ASTON MARTIN DBRS9 GTC
The latest DBRS9 produced by Prodrive and the only DBRS9 to compete in the GTC class
2nd at the 2010 Zhuhai 1000km in the GTC class
Unique features: More powerful G-Type engine, GT2 brake kit, white GT1 headlights
Fully serviced. Engine overhauled by Prodrive
Eligible for Gulf Historic, Masters Endurance Legends, Endurance Racing Legends and Le Mans Classic
Selected to race in Le Mans Classic 2023
ENDURANCE RACING LEGENDS by PETER AUTO
LE MANS CLASSIC
LE MANS 24 HOURS SUPPORT RACE
MASTERS ENDURANCE LEGENDS
MASTERS ENDURANCE LEGENDS USA
SEBRING CLASSIC 12 HOUR by HSR
DAYTONA CLASSIC 24 HOUR by HSR
ROLEX MONTEREY MOTORSPOSTS REUNION
ASTON MARTIN V12 6 Liter G Spec.
620 HP. @ 6,700 RPM
6-SPEED SEQUENTIAL XTRACK
The Aston Martin DBRS9 is an iconic car of the period. The nobility of its V12 and the design of this GT developed by Prodrive were excellent assets. The results were not long in coming and the DBRS9 quickly established itself as one of the best GT3 cars of the period winning both the British GT Championship and the FIA GT3 Championship. The DBRS9 we are offering for sale is a very special car as not only is it the very last DBRS9 produced in 2010 but it is the only one to have been entered in the GTC class at a high level of performance.
A unique DBRS9 entered in the GTC class
Built late in 2010 at the request of Philip Ma, DBRS9/26 was intended to win the GTC class of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup (ILMC) at the 2010 Zhuhai 1000km.
The car was given a special specification, with the G-series airless engine producing over 620bhp, the GT2 brake kit and the white headlights of the DBR9 GT1.
The 26th DBRS9 received support from the Aston Martin factory, which seconded some of its teams to Philip Ma's Hong Kong Racing (HKR) team and one of its star drivers, Mathias Beche. At the end of the race, this unique DBRS9 finished second and that was the end of its sporting career.
The best preserved DBRS9
Mr Ma kept his Aston Martin in his private collection until 2017, when it was acquired by Australian collector Jordan Roddy. It was then imported to England and acquired in February 2020 by its current owner. At the time of purchase, the DBRS9/26 was the most well-preserved DBRS9 on the planet, having only been driven at the Zhuhai 1000km and a few demonstrations in Australia.
Entered in the Endurance Racing Legends in the GT2 class
It was then that she was regularly entered in the GT2 category in Peter Auto's prestigious Endurance Racing Legends series. The car has also competed in the 2020 Le Mans 24 Hour Support Race and most recently in the 2022 Le Mans Classic.
Engine overhauled by Prodrive. Ready to race
The engine, which was overhauled at Prodrive, develops 621 horsepower on the bench. It offers a potential of 4800 km. A new fuel tank was installed in May 2020 and is valid until May 2025. A new driveshaft was installed in 2022. The crack test from March 2022 is valid until March 2024. The car is offered with a basic parts package. A much larger lot can also be purchased.
This Aston Martin DBRS9/26 offered for sale is an opportunity to acquire one of the finest V12 GTs of the period at a fraction of the price of the Aston DBR9 GT1 and will allow its future owner to enter it in the GT2 category in the finest events on the planet, in particular Le Mans Classic 2023, where it was selected to race in the GT2 class.