Harry Tincknell is one of Britain’s most exciting drivers and continues to establish himself as one of the UK’s fastest men on four wheels.
He announced himself on the racing scene back in 2013 when he finished fifth in his first full season in the FIA European Formula 3 Championship, and going on to cement his reputation as one of Britain’s brightest young talents by winning the LMP2 class for Jota Sport at the Le Mans 24 Hours just a year later.
Harry has consistently delivered big results throughout his career, winning the LMP2 class in the European Le Mans series in 2016 and taking the checkered flag twice in the Ford GT’s debut World Endurance Championship (WEC) year the same season.
2017 saw Devon-born Harry competing in his second season in the WEC in the Ford GT with the Ford Chip Ganassi Racing team UK. Once again Harry showed his capabilities by securing a second-place finish in the GTE class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and securing and overall third place in the championship with a hard-fought podium finish at the series finale in Bahrain.
A busy 2018 saw Harry working with the NIO Formula E Team as their Rookie Test and Simulator driver, as well as making his IMSA WeatherTech Championship debut with Mazda Team Joest. His fourth-place finish in the WEC was another highlight in a season that saw him solidify his status as one to watch.
Continuing to race for Mazda with Multimatic Motorsports in 2019 as well as more starts on the WEC grid, it was the 2020 season that saw Harry really make his mark on the global scene.
Driving for Aston Martin, Harry took victory in the LMGTE Pro class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans alongside teammates Maxime Martin and Alex Lynn. 2020 was topped off with a stunning win at the prestigious Sebring 12 Hours to secure a brilliant overall third in the Multimatic Motorsports Mazda DPi in the IMSA series.
The 29-year-old is fiercely ambitious and exudes maturity and confidence both on and off the track. At the same time, he understands the importance of his own brand, which makes him a dream for teams, sponsors and partners alike.
When he’s not racing, Tincknell spends his time honing his craft and keeping in top physical shape. Not only does he spend hours staying sharp both physically and mentally, but he’s also a student of Motorsport and understands the complexities of modern racing.
He has consistently shown that he can work successfully as part of a team and relay valuable feedback to his engineers.
Highly-skilled, hugely passionate and with experience beyond his years, Harry’s career is on an upward trajectory. In 2021 he will continue competing with Multimatic and Mazda, where his talents will see him race in some of the most prestigious sportscar events on the planet.