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TINCKNELL UPBEAT DESPITE DAYTONA DRAMAS

Harry classified 16th on debut for Mazda Team Joest but remains positive after strong pace shown by the RT24-P car until it’s retirement in the 17th hour of the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. Harry Tincknell’s season opening race in the Rolex 24 at Daytona ended in the 17th hour after the car caught fire on track. The incident was a tough end to a race with a lot of positives for the Mazda Team Joest crew after the car showed strong pace in mixed conditions during the opening round of the IMSA WeatherTech Championship. Teaming up with American’s Jonathan Bomarito and Spencer Pigot for the first time, Tincknell’s #55 car qualified 9th in the 20 car field for the 56th edition of the iconic Rolex 2

TINCKNELL COMMENCES AMERICAN ADVENTURE AT DAYTONA 24 HOURS

Harry makes his Mazda Team Joest debut in the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona International Speedway this weekend after a winter busy testing schedule with the team in the USA. Devon’s Harry Tincknell will kick off his 2018 season at the prestigious Rolex 24 Hours this Saturday for the Mazda Team Joest outfit. The twice around the clock classic is the most prestigious race in the IMSA WeatherTech calendar and Tincknell is fired up to start the season on a high at the Florida circuit. The 26 year old will drive the #55 Mazda RT24-P alongside former Daytona 24 Hour winner Jonathan Bomarito and 2015 Indy Lights Champion Spencer Pigot. Bomarito will partner Tincknell for the full season, with Pigot

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