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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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European Le Mans Series

25-27 October 2019
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Hanson aiming to sign off from ELMS season in style

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Fantastic first-ever WEC podium at Fuji

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Hanson scores maiden WEC podium of career

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Oct 6
Learning I’ve scored my maiden @FIAWEC podium! #22 @UnitedAutosport @Oreca Moved up a place after post race scrutineering so officially P3. Thx @AlbuquerqueFil & @ollyjarvis but want to actually stand on the podium in China. @BRDCSuperStars
Oct 6
@FIAWEC P4 #6hFuji not what we wanted but will take it after electrical issues. 2nd, pressuring leader but engine cut out. Happened to @ollyjarvis & @AlbuquerqueFil too. @UnitedAutosport will work hard to find out what went wrong ready to push in China. Onwards and upward
Oct 6
@FIAWEC Moved up to P2 but almost immediately lost power, dropped to P5 @ollyjarvis takes over, inters gamble doesn’t pay off, back in for slicks, P5. But 2hr 30min remain. Never give up. @UnitedAutosport
United Oreca dominant at Spa

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Phil doubles up at Spa in style

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Reflecting on the positives from a disappointing weekend

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