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An evening with… Aston Martin - limited tickets for July 17 still available

Book your seat now for ‘An evening with Aston Martin’ and dine with the illustrious people defining the marque's next 100 years

Do you want to get under the skin of a legendary British sports and supercar manufacturer? Then join us for an evening with Aston Martin on July 17 and the exclusive chance to meet the people and explore the products that are driving the famous brand into its second century as a manufacturer of some of the world’s most desirable cars.

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Upon arrival at the Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel on Park Lane in central London, you’ll be greeted with a champagne reception from 7pm and an introduction by your host for the event, Steve Rider. After dinner, the evening with Aston Martin will begin with an in-depth Q and A session hosted by some of the people tasked with defining the future of the Aston Martin brand – Matt Becker, Darren Turner, Miles Nurnberger, David King and Max Szwaj.

> Click here for more on the upcoming Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

The first of our esteemed guests will be Aston Martin design director Miles Nurnberger, one of the men in charge of forming Aston Martin’s future aesthetic coming into the marque’s second century. His latest work is the DBS Superleggera, a model that will be exclusively on display at our evening. Responsible for some of the most beautiful cars from the past and present, Nurnberger has the formidable task of holding on to over 100 years of design heritage, while still pushing the boundaries in performance car design.

But a grand design is nothing without a sparkling chassis underneath, which is where one of the industry’s leading chassis engineers, Matt Becker, comes into focus. Responsible for some of the 20th century’s most celebrated sports cars, such as the Lotus Elise, Becker joined Aston Martin with a wealth of experience to apply to the firm’s 21st century line-up.

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Helping define Aston Martin’s performance on the racetrack, three-time Le Mans 24 Hours-winning racing driver Darren Turner has been instrumental in Aston Martin’s advance in contemporary motorsport. After having competed in the 2018 Le Mans 24 Hours, Turner will also be joining us to discuss the challenges and opportunities he is expecting to face as the all-new Vantage GTE Pro racing car enters full competition in the World Endurance Car super season.

Also there on the night will be Robert Smith, chairman of Aston Martin’s Heritage Trust, and Robert Blakemore, managing director of Ecurie Bertelli, the foremost specialist in pre-war Aston Martins.

The evening will be hosted by Steve Rider, while F1 commentator and motorsport legend Martin Brundle will also make a special appearance.

You’ll also get an exclusive look at Aston’s newest model, the DBS Superleggera. Click on the link below to book your tickets to this exclusive event.

You can book your tickets now! The first people to book can take advantage of both our discount offer on tickets, and get a signed copy of the exquisite coffee table book Aston Martin: Behind the Wheel of a Motoring Icon for just £25 to take home on the night.

Tuesday 17 July 2018

Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel, London

£175 per head, £1600 per table of 10*

Book now at: www.aneveningwithastonmartin.co.uk

* Early bird discount. Standard prices £200 per seat, £1900 per table.

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Venue

Designed and built in the 1920’s, the acclaimed Sheraton Grand London Park Lane hotel sits in the heart of Mayfair. An art deco icon, this Central London hotel was, and still is today, a gathering place for the bright young things of Mayfair offering a prime destination in the heart of town.

With an ideal location the Park Lane hotel faces one of the capital’s Royal Parks, Green Park, which is just a short walk away from Buckingham Palace and Westminster.

 

 

 

 

There are many options for traveling to the Sheraton Grand Park Lane, we have listed a few of the most popular ones below.

Closest Tubes: Green Park - Piccadilly/Victoria or Jubilee linesHyde Park Corner - Piccadilly line

Closest Overland Train Stations: Victoria - 10 mins by taxi (traffic dependent) Charing Cross - 15 mins by taxi (traffic dependent) 

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