Aston Martin DP214 at Goodwood Members’ Meeting, the historic race meeting. The Aston Martin DP214 was a prototype sports car developed by Aston Martin for use in grand touring-style racing, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Two DP214s were built in 1963, with one surviving today.
There are three known, replica DP214s supposedly based on DB4 and DB4GT chassis. The first, initially claiming to be built up from some parts of the crashed 214/0195/R, was commissioned by American Ken Lawrence with a body built by Shapecraft, using the surviving DP214 as a template. The second owned by Wolfgang Friedrichs (who also owns DP212) has had a good record in the Spa 6 hour races, of two overall second places (2004 & 2006) and an overall victory in 2005. The third replica DP214 was commissioned by Robert Rawe and was completed in late 2013. This car competed in the Spa 6 hours event in the same year.
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