Aston Martin was no different in this respect as it had the desire to become a force to reckon with on the motor racing circuit. However, things didn't really work out as they hoped. The brand debuted in Formula One in 1959 but lasted just five races.
Ever wondered why you've never seen a Rolls Royce on the side of the road because of a tire issue? They use a unique run-flat system for their tires, which enables them to run at full highway speed for some distance on a flat tire. This is just one of the extra touches that go into making a Rolls-Royce.
Buyers are guided through the selection process by their own Personal Designer, who is charged with guaranteeing that the cars are is unique but still consistent with the Ferrari brand and its tradition. For example. Ferrari won't paint your car pink.
The technical preparations for the "corkscrew" jump had to be exact! Still, thanks to the precise amount of calculations, a very skilled driver, and several cameras, the stunt was nailed in one single take. Sadly though, they had to go and spoil it with that cringe-worthy cartoon slide-whistle sound effect.