2013 Evanta 'DBR1 Evocation'

£75,375
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Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

AUCTION

10th Nov 2019

AUCTION DATE

2013 Evanta 'DBR1 Evocation'

LOT DESCRIPTION

£75,375

PRICE GBP
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$96,531

PRICE USD
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EVANTA 2013DBR1018

CHASSIS NUMBER

€ 87,485

PRICE EUR
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2013 Evanta 'DBR1 Evocation'

Designed and built by Aston Martin in the late 1950s, the DBR1 and DBR2 were legendary sports racing cars built primarily for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and other high profile sports car races of the period in both Europe and the USA. They were particularly successful in the hands of both Innes Ireland, who won the Daily Express Trophy at Silverstone and Sir Stirling Moss who finished second at Spa but went on to win both the British Empire Trophy at Oulton Park and the Sussex Trophy at Goodwood. Across the Atlantic, the car won at Lime Rock and Marlborough in the hands of George Constantine, before Carol Shelby and Roy Salvadori sealed the car's legendary status by winning Le Mans outright in 1959. They were regarded as stunning looking and highly evocative of the era and today no-one truly knows the value of an original DBR1 or DBR2. In 2012, DBR1/2 'XSK 497' was reputedly sold for £20million and it is likely today that they are amongst the world's most valuable racing cars. 

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