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In a OneCorsa exclusive, we take an up-close and personal look at AMR’s plans for 2024 and beyond.


From dreams to checkered flags.

Aston Martin, a marque usually familiar to the silver screens of Hollywood, has long held a place in the hearts of automotive enthusiasts around the globe. Now, as we peer into the future, we're about to witness a new chapter in their storied history.

These limited-production masterpieces are more than just cars; they are a testament to Ferrari's tireless pursuit of perfection and a showcase of cutting-edge technology.

We're not just passive spectators, but fortunate witnesses, granted front-row seats to this thrilling narrative. This is a tale that introduces us to OneCorsa, a name that promises to become synonymous with Aston Martin's unwavering commitment to excellence. Recently, in the picturesque Sepang circuit, we had the exclusive opportunity to be an integral part of history in the making - testing the limits of Aston Martin's Vantage GT3.

This extraordinary car is not just a machine; it's a symbol of Aston Martin's relentless pursuit of perfection. With a heritage steeped in racing glory and a legacy of performance that knows no bounds, the Vantage GT3 is poised to rewrite the rulebook of GT racing for 2024 and the years beyond. Its every curve and roar of its engine are a testament to the relentless dedication and innovation that defines Aston Martin, a brand that refuses to settle for anything less than excellence.

So, as we embark on this thrilling journey, fasten your seatbelts, for we are at the cusp of a new era in the world of motorsports, led by none other than Aston Martin, the epitome of automotive prowess and passion.

As we venture into the promising horizon of 2024, we at OneCorsa are privileged to have experienced a taste of what's to come.

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New images have been revealed of Aston Martin’s recently-announced LMGT3 challenger. Based on the upcoming next-generation Vantage is the Vantage GT3 ‘Evolution’, which of course is not yet confirmed to be the car’s official name.

Seen in testing around Silverstone, the car is wearing camouflage to hide elements that will be new for the updated road-going Vantage, including its heavily revised front facia.

Being an ‘Evolution’ of the existing car, there’s very little in the way of change to the silhouette, though aero addenda has evolved with the new GT3 regulations. The car will in all likelihood use a version of the turbocharged V8 used in the previous Vantage GT3 and GTE.

Scheduled to be revealed in Q1 2024, both new Vantage racers will be developed by Aston Martin Racing, who are also developing and building the company’s new Valkyrie Hypercar that will join the World Endurance Championship and IMSA series in 2025. While its final design remains under wraps for now, these images provide our very first glimpse at the model's design.

Aston says the new Vantage GT3 should be ready to run in the 2024 seasons of both IMSA and the WEC. The car is in its final testing phase, with drivers reporting highly positive feedback on how the car has turned out so far.

It’ll face stiff competition however from other fresh GT3 challengers, including the new Ferrari 296 GT3 – a proven N24 winner, no less – the BMW M4 GT3, the Corvette GT3.R and of course the new Porsche 911 GT3 R, among many more. Hand-in-hand with GTP (in the States) and Hypercar, LMGT3 grids will feed the spectacular diversity we’ve been enjoying of late.

One of our known associates even had the blessing to witness the new prototype in person, his verdict? - the car was nothing short of ordinary.


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The car is in its final testing phase, with drivers reporting highly positive feedback on how the car has turned out so far.

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In the exact same week when Aston told Valkyrie drivers to actually put some miles in them and not preserve their cars in common housedust, Aston Martin will be enrolling their own Valkyrie in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Aston has finally green-lighted its return to the top tier of endurance racing, promising to run at least one car in both the World Endurance Championship and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship across the pond.

Backed by endurance partner Heart of Racing, Aston will enter the Valkyrie in the hypercar category of the FIA World Endurance Championship and U.S.-based IMSA sportscar championship.

The two series include Le Mans, the Daytona 24 Hours and 12 Hours of Sebring.

"We have been present at Le Mans since the earliest days, and through those glorious endeavors we succeeded in winning Le Mans in 1959 and our class 19 times over the past 95 years," said Lawrence Stroll, executive chairman of Aston Martin Lagonda.

"Now we return to the scene of those first triumphs aiming to write new history with a racing prototype inspired by the fastest production car Aston Martin has ever built.

The Valkyrie will rub shoulders with Ferrari’s Le Mans winning 499P and several other contenders in the Hypercar category, including Toyota, Porsche, Peugeot, Glickenhaus and Cadillac, plus 2024 entrants Alpine and Lamborghini. The one-horse race era is truly over.

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OneCorsa is honored to be shortlisted as a team owner, a role that would place us at the forefront of racing's excitement, precision, and innovation.

However, decisions of this magnitude are not made lightly. The path to becoming a team owner is paved with complexities and considerations that demand careful evaluation. Our commitment to excellence drives us to scrutinize every aspect of this opportunity, ensuring that if we take the plunge into this thrilling realm, we do so with unwavering determination and a clear vision.

At OneCorsa, we believe in aligning our pursuits with the spirit of racing itself—where precision, performance, and a relentless pursuit of excellence are paramount. While the allure of being a team owner at the heart of Aston Martin's racing legacy is undeniable, we understand the gravity of this decision.

As we look into the future, the engine's roar still echoes in our ears, and the passion for racing continues to burn brightly within us. We stand at the crossroads, our vision firmly set on the horizon of high-performance racing. The decision remains in the making, but our commitment to exploring new frontiers in motorsports has never been stronger.


Stay tuned as OneCorsa navigates this thrilling juncture, where the road ahead promises to be as thrilling and dynamic as the iconic vehicles we've encountered. We are committed to making a decision that aligns with our unwavering dedication to excellence and our thirst for racing's extraordinary world. The future of OneCorsa's involvement in high-performance racing remains a work in progress, and we invite you to be part of this exhilarating journey with us.

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