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A faster Aston Martin: Flickr photo of the day

Justin Hyde
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Aston Martin had found some new success on racetracks around the world thanks to cars like this, the 2013 Vantage GT4 caught by Jason Sha'ul. If you care to share a spectacular image of your own, add it to the Motoramic group on Flickr, or send us a message via Twitter, Facebook, or Google+.

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