The Aston Martin Heritage Festival Report


The Aston Martin Heritage Festival Report

15 August 2022

The Aston Martin Heritage Festival was held at Brooklands Museum and organised by the Aston Martin Heritage Trust to celebrate the rich history and heritage of Aston Martin Lagonda.

Aston Martin fans were spoilt for choice with over 650 Aston Martins descending onto Brooklands Museum in all their beauty, glistening in the hot summer sunshine. Visitors were able to get up close to some truly special highlights including the A3, the oldest surviving Aston Martin in the world, Green Pea celebrating its 100th anniversary and Razor Blade, claimed to be the narrowest racing car ever built. All three have a special connection to Brooklands having raced on the famous track in their heyday. There was also an impressive group of pre-war Le Mans Team Cars that filled up the Outer Paddock.

007 fans could admire three iconic Aston Martins from the recent James Bond film “No Time to Die” and the ever-popular Test Hill showcased a fantastic array of pre-war Aston Martins to the delight of hundreds of visitors.