Aston Martin DBR9

The Aston Martin DBR9 is a racing car from Prodrive built since 2005. Built by Aston Martin DB9 road version of the GT- athlete, David Richards company was handed over to the tag. They developed the car in accordance with the GT1 regulations to become a super athlete. In addition to the DBR9 also vehicles for the near-production GT3 regulations were established and given the name DBRS9. Originally in 2004, the road version of the DBR9, however, was not implemented. A total of 16 GT1 cars were made ​​for racing.

Racing car

The race car has been produced since 2005. The racing car retains the chassis, the V12 engine and the look of the DB9.

The car was first used as plant use by Aston Martin Racing. Today there are several customer teams. The factory-supported teams carry the prefix " Aston Martin " in the name, such as: Aston Martin team Labre. The car is currently being used in the FIA ​​GT Championship, the LMS, ALMS and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Racing history


  • 4th place at the 12 Hours of Sebring
  • 3rd place in the 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • 2 wins in the FIA ​​GT Championship
  • 1 class victory in the Le Mans Endurance Series


  • 2nd at the 12 Hours of Sebring
  • 2nd place in the ALMS in the GT1 category
  • 2 wins in the FIA ​​GT Championship
  • Three class victories in the 2006 Le Mans Series season



Road version

A road version of the DBR9 it will not happen. Originally to be built for private individuals from the DBR9 12 working carts and another 20 cars, which would then be used by private teams. These numbers have not been reached. By 2008, a total of 16 DBR9 were made ​​, six of them for private teams.