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1925 Aston Martin Grand Prix

Chassis no. 1961
Engine no. 6
Coachbuilder -

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Marque, Basic model

Topics defining a basic model as basic, with the specifications common to all the models that have that base. From the people who built it, conceived it, designed it, to the generic model name, to the brand name.

#AstonMartin #AstonmartinGrandPrix #LionelWalkerBirchMartin #WilliamRenwick #LordCharnwood #LadyCharnwood #AugustusBertelli

Owners

The names of the people and companies who currently own or have owned the car, if famous or worthy of mention.

#HumphreyCook #LordCharnwood

Generic

The generic TAGs deal with grouping a series of disparate characteristics, such as: the period of construction, the style, the category for which the car is eligible, the type of bodywork and so on.

#PrewarCars #SportsCars #TheWorksCars #TheLimitedEditionCars #HistoricEventCars #FamousOwners #TheSportsAndBarchettas

Events & Related

All the items useful to define an event in which the car in question participated, from the name of the event itself, to the edition, to circuits, to the drivers and co-drivers, to the teams involved

#BullRingNationalConcours #BanburyConcours #Brooklands200Miles #BrooklandsMotorCircuit #SilverstoneCircuit #OultonParkCircuit #VSCCOultonPark #VSCCSilverstone #CrystalPalaceConcours #FortBelvedereConcours #BrandsHatchCircuit #VSCCDonington #DoningtonPark #KarlskogaMotorstadion #EnglefieldGreenConcours