Aston Martin Revives Valkyrie LMH Project for Le Mans 24 Hours
The winner of Le Mans in 1959 has firmed up the plans to revive the Valkyrie LMH project that was mothballed early in 2020. Aston Martin aims to make a comeback with twin assaults on the World Endurance Championship and the IMSA SportsCar Championship. The race programmes are set to start in 2025.
Announcement at the AMR Technology Campus
The announcement was made on Wednesday at the AMR Technology Campus located at Silverstone. This campus also serves as the new headquarters of Aston Martin. The decision to revive the Valkyrie LMH project comes after careful consideration and planning by the Le Mans winning team.
Reviving the Dream with a Hypercar
The Valkyrie LMH project is an ambitious endeavor that showcases Aston Martin’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of performance and technology. The hypercar, named Valkyrie, will be the key protagonist in Aston Martin’s comeback to the prestigious Le Mans 24 Hours race.
World Endurance Championship and IMSA SportsCar Championship
Aston Martin’s revised plans include competing in both the World Endurance Championship and the IMSA SportsCar Championship. By participating in these two series, Aston Martin aims to establish its dominance on the endurance racing circuit once again.
Looking Ahead to 2025
While the Valkyrie LMH project is still in its early stages, Aston Martin is confident that the team has what it takes to achieve success on the world stage. With a strong racing pedigree and a history of groundbreaking innovations, Aston Martin is poised to make a triumphant return to Le Mans in 2025.