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Old 27 Jul 2006, 04:55 (Ref:1807474)   #1
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Aston Martin DBR9

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Classe 3:

50 – Aston Martin DBR 9 Labre : ?
63 – Aston Martin DBR 9 Modena : 101 ?

007 - Aston Martin DBR 9 : #1 ?
009 - Aston Martin DBR 9 : #2 ?

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Old 31 Jul 2006, 20:55 (Ref:1807477)   #2
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007 - Aston Martin DBR 9 : #1 ?
009 - Aston Martin DBR 9 : #2 ?
It might be the other way round. DBR9/2 was at the Silverstone Classic over the weekend. It carried the no. 007 and had Enge and Turner over the door apertures. Can we assume that the competition numbers are not swapped between the two cars?
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Old 4 Aug 2006, 08:15 (Ref:1807478)   #3
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It might be the other way round. DBR9/2 was at the Silverstone Classic over the weekend. It carried the no. 007 and had Enge and Turner over the door apertures. Can we assume that the competition numbers are not swapped between the two cars?
This Aston has been prepared for the next ALMS race. It might well have been 009 at Le Mans. David Brabham entertained the crowd royally!
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Old 29 Sep 2006, 21:02 (Ref:1807479)   #4
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Yes BMS have 3 DBR9 cars!
The 3th one is the 'reserve' car.
Chassis number's of the BMS cars are: #6 #7 #9
Wich wone is the 'reserve' car i dont know fore shure.

#1 Aston Martin Racing
#2 Aston Martin Racing
#6 BMS Scuderia
#7 BMS Scuderia
#9 BMS Scuderia
#101 Team Modena
#102 Race Alliance
#103 Race Alliance
#104 Phoenix Racing
#? Larbre Competition
#? Team Modena (second car)
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Old 7 Oct 2006, 13:34 (Ref:1807484)   #5
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Maybe some of our work at projectlemans.de can help you with the Aston Martin DBR9: http://www.projectlemans.de/content/view/2469/83/
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Old 8 Oct 2006, 21:51 (Ref:1807486)   #6
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Updated version of my DBR9 excel sheet:

It's 100% correct I think, because the numbers 5 and 8 don't exist or am I wrong?

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Interesting that they sold the first chassis onto Larbre Racing. Also that having got to chassis 9, they then started numbering from 101. Can't be that they are just customer cars surely, given where some of the earlier cars have gone?

I wonder if we can identify who was driving which chassis in 2005?
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Old 9 Oct 2006, 21:16 (Ref:1807489)   #8
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Interesting that they sold the first chassis onto Larbre Racing. Also that having got to chassis 9, they then started numbering from 101. Can't be that they are just customer cars surely, given where some of the earlier cars have gone?

I wonder if we can identify who was driving which chassis in 2005?
Yes indeed, the Private teams have cars with chassis numbers above/higher the 100. And only BMS & Larbre (official semi factory teams) have the permission of having those cars with cassis numbers under the 100 it seems. That number 102 off Capuava Racing/Famili Diniz is a potential guest entry for FIA GT next year in Mil Milhas D'Interlagos!

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Old 11 Oct 2006, 11:50 (Ref:1807490)   #9
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The DBR9/1 car is owned by Frederic Dor... not Aston Martin or Larbre.

The DBR9/4 car entered by Team Modena would first be build to race as a factory car. But they didn´t managed to get a team for that car.
And after that the car goes to a uk based collector.
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Old 13 Oct 2006, 19:48 (Ref:1807492)   #10
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The DBR9/1 car is owned by Frederic Dor... not Aston Martin or Larbre.

The DBR9/4 car entered by Team Modena would first be build to race as a factory car. But they didn´t managed to get a team for that car.
And after that the car goes to a uk based collector.
The car owned by Frederic dór is chassis 101 instead of 1. It is driven under the name of Modena racing this season.
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Old 14 Oct 2006, 09:42 (Ref:1807493)   #11
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The car owned by Frederic dór is chassis 101 instead of 1. It is driven under the name of Modena racing this season.
DBR9/1 = Frederic Dor
DBR9/101 = Rik Bryan
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Old 14 Oct 2006, 13:07 (Ref:1807495)   #12
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The information about the DBR9/1 is from CARE itself. Look at the pictures of the car and you´ll find a little sticker CARE RACING DEVELOPMENT.
The information about the DBR9/101 is from the website of the team: www.teammodena.com


If you´re interested i can send you also the picutres of every number plate.
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Old 14 Oct 2006, 20:41 (Ref:1807496)   #13
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Thanks, that's good solid info on 9/101 on the Modena site, but .... ' It first hit the LMES series in July 2005, already with an excellent 2005 championship season behind it, having won in September at the Nurburgring ....... ' is a bit confusing. Surely it should be ' and has already had an excellent 2005 season ....etc'. . I'm guessing that July 2005 was the first time it hit the tracks because before that surely only the works Prodrive cars DBR 9/1 & 2 had raced up to then? 2005 was the first year that the DBR9 raced, wasn't it?

Do you have pictures of each car to go with the pictures of the chassis nos. panoz.lmp1? If so are you prepared to post them here. I really feel that the DBR9 is close to having its own thread.
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Old 29 Oct 2006, 12:33 (Ref:1807500)   #14
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50 – Aston Martin DBR 9 Labre : ?

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Old 11 Nov 2006, 15:40 (Ref:1807502)   #15
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Just checked the chassis info from the Le Mans 24 hours of 2006 and it says the Aston Martin DBR9 driven by Brabham/Piquet/Garcia was the DB9/107.

How weird is that...
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