We would like to see you at the Summer Clam-bake/Garden-party. That’s 2-5pm on Sunday July 22 [SOON]. Please give me your RSVP now, as we have only 20 spaces still available.
) just north of Boston in Bedford New Hampshire.
After a delicious summer drive to the farm, you will be pleased to find plenty of area on which to securely park your car.
Ipswich Clam Bake CompanySign-up and enjoy camaraderie and calories outdoors on a summer’s day among a fun group of people.
Aston Martin Owners Club
cell: +1 781 526 5027
AMOC members will meet at the Chestnut Hill home of Pascal and Tracy Maeter for lunch and camaraderie. Contact: Area Rep Len Levin at firstname.lastname@example.org
JULY 7th : Lehigh Valley Amoc Road Tour Planned by John Stinsmen. It will include a meal at a Mennonite farm, and a musical performance at the Kurtztown State University.
FROM ASTON MARTIN NEWS; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDLtF5uYYb4
Aston Martin Racing has claimed victory at the second round of the FIA World Endurance Championship; the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps. After securing pole in yesterday’s qualifying session, the #98 V8 Vantage GTE of Pedro Lamy (P), Mathias Lauda (A)and Paul Dalla ALana (C) took the chequered flag in first place after a faultless afternoon at the Ardennes circuit. Demonstrating searing pace throughout, the trio amassed a lead of over a minute before a late safety car reduced the advantage. With Lamy at the wheel for the final hour, theiradvantage was reinstated to secure both victory and their second visit to to the podium this season. the result places them at the tiop of the GTE Am championship. In the GTE Pro class, the team’s #97 entry of Jonny Adam (GB), Fernando Rees (BR) and richie Stanaway (NZ) placed third after a consistent show of form across the six hours. As both ambient and track temperrature dropped in the final hour. Adam was able to exploit the performance of the V8 Vantage GTE and with a late retirement at the front, brought the car home in third.