The launch of the new Aston Martin DB12 once again shines a light on one of Britain’s greatest brands. And it comes at a time when the Formula One team – a very separate entity to the car company – is flying.
I, for one, have hugely enjoyed seeing a rejuvenated Fernando Alonso in the gorgeous green racer take multiple podiums as the best of the rest behind the seemingly unbeatable Red Bulls.
Alonso’s team-mate, Lance Stroll, hasn’t had the same degree of success, of course. It’s a shame that Aston’s F1 operation doesn’t have two drivers who can fight it out on the track, but then, the team does belong to his father, Lawrence Stroll..

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