Q by Aston Martin has come up with a fun but strange way of promoting their services at this year’s Le Mans 24 hour race. They brought three customized Aston Martin Razor Crazy Cart models to Circuit de la Sarthe for the team’s racing driver to blow off some steam in between sessions.
A bespoke Aston Martin Razor Crazy Cart comes with a full hand stitched leather and alcantara seat, steering wheel and Stirling Green hand-painted body, making it as exclusive as any other Q by Aston Martin product. They are not for sale, but if they were, we reckon they’d cost as much as a normal hatchback.
Still, Aston Martin Razor Crazy Cart would probably be worth the cost because it looks damn good fun to drive. Aston’s racing drivers certainly seem to think so:
Darren Turner (GB) of GTE Pro entry #95 said following his stint in the cart, “It’s always great to test something a little bit different and this was no exception. This is my 14th year here at Le Mans and I’ve never driven anything so sideways on this circuit. We’re a competitive bunch and as soon as the helmets were on, this race was no different.”
Richie Stanaway (NZ) of sister GTE Pro entry #97 added, “It’s a little bit wilder than my V8 Vantage GTE, but I’ve definitely mastered the 360o powerslide. When I’m not racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, you’ll now find me behind the wheel of this little racer instead.”