- RACE REPORTS

TINCKNELL THIRD IN THE WORLD WITH BAHRAIN PODIUM

Harry and team mate Andy Priaulx finish 3rd in the FIA World Endurance GT Driver’s Championship with 142.5 points Harry Tincknell ended his FIA World Endurance Championship campaign with a hard fought 3rd place at the season finale in Bahrain. With 15 points on offer for the podium position, Harry and team mate Andy Priaulx sealed 3rd place overall in the driver’s championship. The 26 year old teamed up with the Guernseyman to qualify the #67 Ford Chip Ganassi Racing car in 3rd place on the grid for the 6 Hours of Bahrain. With a 7.5 point deficit going into the race, only a win would realistically be enough take the championship and Harry immediately went on the attack when the race started

VITAL WIN FOR TINCKNELL IN SHANGHAI

Harry moves back up to 3rd in the FIA World Endurance Championship, just 7.5 points from the lead after his second consecutive win at the Chinese venue. Harry Tincknell and his Ford Chip Ganassi Racing team scored a brilliant victory at the latest round of the FIA World Endurance Championship in Shanghai, China. The 26 year old combined with team mate Andy Priaulx to score the maximum 25 points available to throw the title race wide open going into the final round in Bahrain. Priaulx started the 6 hour race from 4th place but exited the first corner in 6thafter a slow start from his side of the gird. In a race where tyre conservation was key, he made gradual progress to move back to 5th befo

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