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ASTON MARTIN Quarter Mile Times

On this day: 08-21-1903

America´s first transcontinental auto race is completed

America´s first transcontinental auto race, stretching from New York City to San Francisco, was completed on this day. The race was finished by Tom Fetch and M.C. Karrup in two Model F Packards, travelling an average of 80 miles per day for 51 days. They arrived covered in mud and exhausted. Along the way, the two travelers and their motorcars generated quite a bit of interest as they drove through many rural areas where automobiles were a rare sight. In one instance, a couple of Nebraska farmers, suspicious of the vehicles, threatened Fetch and Karrup with shotguns.

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Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2012Aston MartinVirage4.50012.900Car & Driver
2012Aston MartinV-8 Vantage S4.20012.500Car & Driver
2011Aston MartinV-12 Vantage4.20012.500Car & Driver
2011Aston MartinV12 Vantage Coupe4.30012.500Road & Track
2010Aston MartinDBS Coupe4.40012.800(*188-191) Car & Driver
2010Aston MartinVantage Roadster (6 spd. M)4.50012.800Road&Track
2010Aston MartinRapide (6 spd. A w/M)4.70013.100Car & Driver
2010Aston MartinRapide4.70013.100Road & Track
2010Aston MartinVantage V-124.20012.500Car & Driver
2010Aston MartinRapide4.80013.300Car & Driver
Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2009Aston MartinDBS4.10012.400Road & Track
2008Aston MartinV8 Vantage5.30013.700Road & Track
2007Aston Martin V8 Vantage4.70013.100Road and Track
2005Aston MartinDB94.80013.200motorweek.org
2002Aston MartinDB7 Vantage Volante5.00013.400
2002Aston MartinV-12 Vanquish4.40012.900
2001Aston MartinDB7 Vantage4.80012.900motorweek.org
2000Aston MartinDB7 Vantage5.10013.600
1999Aston MartinDB75.70014.300