Aston Martins set for centenary tour of Europe

| 19 Apr 2013

More than 60 cars from the Aston Martin Owners’ Club are set to tour Europe in celebration of the marque’s 100th anniversary.

Setting off from Strasbourg, France, on 25 May they plan to finish in Reims on 2 June.

Cars taking part will include a 1950 DB2 and a 1967 DB6, which will have travelled all the way from Australia.

The route will snake through Italy calling in on Zagato’s design studio and showroom near Milan, Monza’s Autodromo and the Mille Miglia Museum in Brescia.

The event will conclude with a dinner and talk from motoring journalist Quentin Willson.

Owners’ Club vice president Michael Urban said: “We wanted to create an experience that was tailored as far as possible to the Aston Martin marque.”

Find out more on the club’s website.