- RACE REPORTS

HARRY TINCKNELL WINS 24 HOURS OF LE MANS FOR THE SECOND TIME

British racing driver wins GTE Pro class with Aston Martin Racing. 28 year-old Tincknell won his first Le Mans on his debut in 2014 at the age of 22 Le Mans, France – 21 September 2020: British racing driver, Harry Tincknell, has taken his second victory at the race that every driver wants to win: the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The #97 Aston Martin Racing Vantage GTE that Tincknell shared with Alex Lynn (GB) and Maxime Martin (BEL) fought off a strong challenge from Ferrari to take the chequered flag after 24 hours and 346 laps of fast and furious racing. The 24 Hours of Le Mans is the race that inspired the eponymous Steve McQueen film and created legends that have gone on to inspire generati

SECOND FOR TINCKNELL IN ATLANTA

Another podium in North America for Harry and his Mazda Motorsports team. Harry Tincknell’s latest IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar six-hour endurance race at Road Atlanta provided enough excitement and drama to last an entire season. Exceptional parity from all the manufacturers ultimately resulted in a flat-out, six-hour sprint race where flawless execution by both drivers and crew offered the only possible chance of success. Tincknell qualified in 4th position and was this weekend sharing the #55 Mazda RT24-P with regular teammate Jonathan Bomarito and Indy 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay. With positions constantly changing throughout the race, the penultimate pit stop with 80 minutes remaining

SECOND FOR TINCKNELL IN ATLANTA

Another podium in North America for Harry and his Mazda Motorsports team. Harry Tincknell’s latest IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar six-hour endurance race at Road Atlanta provided enough excitement and drama to last an entire season. Exceptional parity from all the manufacturers ultimately resulted in a flat-out, six-hour sprint race where flawless execution by both drivers and crew offered the only possible chance of success.  Tincknell qualified in 4th position and was this weekend sharing the #55 Mazda RT24-P with regular teammate Jonathan Bomarito and Indy 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay. With positions constantly changing throughout the race, the penultimate pit stop with 80 minutes remaining

©Harry Tincknell Racing 2020 | Built by Ignition Collective