Aston Martin DBR9-sports car, manufactured by Aston Martin Racing DBR9 name year 2005 is derived from the original car-winner Le Mans 12:0 am competitions, DBR1, which in turn was named after owner David Brown, winning not only the 24-hour race in 1959, and in World Sportscar driver.
|Car type||Passenger car|
|Car body style||Coupe|
|Drive type||Rear wheels (RWD)|
|Model to replace||Hotring Racer B|
|Contains a painting jobs|
|Number of paintjobs||4|
|Replace model files||hotrinb.dff (2.99mb)hotrinb.txd (1.06mb)hotrinb1.txd (0.5mb)hotrinb2.txd (0.5mb)hotrinb3.txd (0.5mb)hotrinb4.txd (0.5mb)|