The 1934 Aston Martin Ulster was the 3rd member entered for the Tourist Trophy Race in 1934. Each Aston racecar was originally green in color, but they were later changed to red because the Aston Martin boss, Bertelli, thought the green color was unlucky. Introduced in the mid 1930’s, the 1 ½ liter Ulster was named after a victory in Ulster. This vehicle has a lightweight body made of aluminum and its dimensions conformed to the racing regulations of that time. With an engine that linked to a four-speed gearbox, this vehicle was unbelievably fast.
The production of this magnificent car lasted from 1934-1936, and only 21 examples were made. Every one of these cars is believed to have made it to modern times. What made the 1934 Aston martin Ulster a well-liked vehicle? It was a true performance machine, fit for the most discriminating sports car drivers. This small 940 kg car achieved a top speed of 100mph. Aston Martins were essential in the history of auto racing and were mostly preferred by people who enjoyed racing in their free time.