Ice driving is certainly a skill and for drivers who have this trait, there could be an opportunity to drive a high performance car in these conditions.
It’s always an exciting moment when the new James Bond film is announced, but for many it’s far more exciting to find out what 007 will be driving. The 24th Bond film will be titled Spectre and is the follow-up to 2012’s Skyfall and will be Daniel Craig’s 4th outing as Bond, giving us a new edgier spin on the normally suave and clean-cut British Secret Service agent.
Aston Martin and James Bond have enjoyed a perfect relationship since the DB5 made its debut as a Bond car in 1964’s Goldfinger. Suffice to say, that the joining of Bond and Aston Martin was a match made in heaven then and continues to be so now; Aston Martin has become much like the ravens at the Tower of London – you really can’t have one without the other.
Aston Martin Works is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2015 and to mark the occasion it is unveiling six bespoke cars.
Many car enthusiasts look at the vehicles of days gone by, thinking about how they would like to own and drive around one of these cars of the past. At the London Classic Car Show, they may get the opportunity to do just that.
A host of iconic rally cars and super cars will be rolling into Chirk Castle for RallyFest next month (November 15th).