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Phil Hanson has quickly made his mark in endurance sportscar racing. He became the youngest Asian Le Mans Series champion (2016-17) when he won LMP3, youngest overall finisher in the history of the world-famous Le Mans 24 Hours (2017), youngest European Le Mans Series outright race winner (2018), youngest outright championship winner of the Asian Le Mans Series (2018-19) and youngest ever overall top-10 sports-prototype finisher in the Le Mans 24 Hours (2019).

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19-20 July 2019
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British teenager Hanson reflects on a character-building Le Mans 24

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British teenager Hanson breaks another Le Mans 24 hour record

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Good foundations laid for Le Mans

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Jul 5
@EuropeanLMS @UnitedAutosport @LigierAutomotiv Thanks @EuropeanLMS ! can't wait to get to Barcelona
Jun 22
Pretty cool to be the youngest top-10 sports-prototype finisher in the history of the Le Mans 24 Hours! 😎4th in class - not bad but even more determined for a podium next year. Catch up with the action here: https://t.co/Ssakr14WEu
Jun 16
YES P4 @24hoursoflemans Battled hard for 6hrs with #30, we were secs ahead, but it got problem with 40mins remaining. We'll take it after last year's disappointment. I took the chequer - v proud! My sincere thanks to @UnitedAutosport @LigierAutomotiv @gibsontech1 @Michelin_Sport
Hanson prepares for third Le Mans with productive test

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Difficult weekend in Italy but points make prizes

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Phil and Filipe secure hard-earned fourth place at Monza

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