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TINCKNELL SALVAGES SECOND DESPITE PROBLEMATIC PITSTOP

Harry finishes second in Canada one week on from taking Mazda Team Joest’s historic first victory. Harry Tincknell finished second at the latest round of the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship on Sunday afternoon at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park as Mazda Team Joest scored its second-straight one-two finish. Just a week on from Tincknell’s breakthrough North American victory and Mazda’s first win in seven years, the 27 year old and teammate Jonathan Bomarito were looking to double their tally at the 3.95km circuit near Bowmanville, Ontario. Bomarito qualified the #55 Mazda RT24-P in an excellent second position and immediately attacked for the lead when the flag dropped for the 160 minu

TINCKNELL DOMINATES AT WATKINS GLEN FOR BREAKTHROUGH AMERICAN VICTORY

Harry wins the Sahlen's Six Hours Of the Glen as Mazda win their first overall Sportscar race in 7 years. Harry Tincknell won his first Daytona Prototype international race in the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship, with a dominating run that saw the Mazda RT24-Ps finish first and second at the Sahlen's Six Hours Of The Glen in New York. Tincknell started the race at the Watkins Glen International circuit from 4thposition and quickly slotted into third behind the sister Mazda of Oliver Jarvis and the Acura of Ricky Taylor. On lap 16, the 27 year old passed Taylor for 2ndand by lap 23 had taken the lead of the race as the Mazda RT24-P’s began to build an advantage over the chasing fiel

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