Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One
Team celebrates No Time To Die
In anticipation of this
month’s release of the new James Bond film No Time To Die, Aston
Martin Cognizant Formula One™ Team has announced a suite of exclusive
content to celebrate the release of this hotly anticipated movie.
The 25th Bond film
receives its world premiere at London's Royal Albert Hall on 28th
September ahead of its UK theatrical release on 30th September (8th
October in the USA).
To mark the film's release, Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One™ Team will
be celebrating the enduring partnership between Bond and Aston Martin
across the Italian Grand Prix weekend (9th to 12th September).
F1 cars to sport 007
For one race only, the team will replace the Aston Martin logos with the
iconic 007 logo badge on the AMR21's cockpit sides. Meanwhile, in the
Monza paddock, the team's motorhome and pit garage will be decked out in
Bond iconography to mark the occasion.
Unrivalled access: Exclusive VOICES interview with No Time To Die
director, Cary Fukunaga
As hype for the new film intensifies, Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One™
Team's digital channels will also feature an exclusive VOICES interview
with No Time To Die director, Cary Fukunaga.
between Aston Martin and film-maker Daniel Kleinman & composer David
Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One™ Team has partnered with EON
Productions, acclaimed director
and award-winning composer
David Arnold on a Bond-inspired spot. Arnold,
the master of five Bond scores, and Kleinman, who has worked on Bond's
distinctive title sequences since 1995, relished the opportunity to
entwine the legendary automotive brand with the world of the secret agent.
“Aston Martin is part of
Bond's DNA,” explained Kleinman. “It's a partnership that needs no
explanation, so it was great fun to fuse those two worlds together: Bond's
signature title sequences and Aston Martin Formula One. I hope it will
create a lot of excitement ahead of the release of the movie.”
The Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One™ Team website will receive a No
Time To Die takeover for the weekend, including a 007 fan quiz.
Elsewhere, Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll engage in another of the
team's popular driver-challenge social films – this time, racing against
each other to build LEGO's distinctive Aston Martin DB5.