Aston Martin Valkyrie Unleashed On Public Roads

For those seeking an even more extreme Valkyrie, Aston Martin will also build a track-only Valkyrie AMR Pro version capable of even faster lap times than many F1 and LMP race cars. Only 25 units are planned and deliveries are also set to begin later this year.Two specially-developed racing versions initially planned to compete in the World Endurance Championship Hypercar Class have, unfortunately, had development postponed. Why? A decision recently made by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest and the International Motor Sport Association to merge the Hypercar class with the LMDh prototype category in 2021 has caused Aston Martin to re-think the project.Hopefully, a solution will be found but in the meantime, the road-going Aston Martin Valkyrie is still very much on schedule.