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MAZDA "BEST OF THE REST" AT SEBRING

Harry out of fuel on final lap but crucially crosses the finish line to pick up vital championship points. Harry Tincknell came home fifth after two hours and 40 minutes of fast and furious racing at Sebring International Raceway on July 18th despite coasting across the line due to coming up short on fuel. The race was billed as the “Cadillac Grand Prix of Sebring”; an appropriate title as the top three spots went to Cadillacs that had great pace, but more importantly, two laps of fuel capacity more than the Multimatic Mazdas. The #55 Mazda qualified eighth and it was Tincknell's teammate Jonathan Bomarito who started from the fourth row. He took the green at maximum attack, handily gaining

TINCKNELL WINS FOR MULTIMATIC MAZDA AS SPORTSCAR RACING RETURNS AT DAYTONA

Harry resumes the North American season with a win in Florida for new look Mazda Motorsports team. Harry Tincknell is celebrating an emphatic victory at the WeatherTech 240 at Daytona, the first IMSA race to be held since the outbreak of Covid-19 and the first race since Multimatic took the operational helm of the Mazda Motorsports DPi race programme. The sister #77 Mazda finished second to ensure a 1-2 sweep of the podium positions. Goodridge sponsored driver Tincknell crossed the line as the winner in the #55 Mazda, after two hours and 40 minutes of thrilling racing on July 4th. Along with team mate, American Jonathan Bomarito, the Mazda pairing put on an outstanding driving display to

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