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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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20-22 September 2019
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Reflecting on the positives from a disappointing weekend

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Phil endures disappointment in ELMS and WEC 'home' races

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Contrasting days in searing Barcelona heat

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Sep 16
After disappointment at #4HSILVERSTONE it’s time to refocus for @EuropeanLMS #4HSPA. The team have stripped and rebuilt the @Oreca so we’re ready to rock n roll! @UnitedAutosport #BeUnited
Sep 6
We put in some hard work @SilverstoneUK last weekend for the @EuropeanLMS & @FIAWEC but it wasn't to be! There were some highs along with the lows though - take a look at my vid for a snapshot of all the action: https://t.co/3ylF5gPaS1
Sep 1
Wasn’t meant to be @SilverstoneUK with huge disappointment in @EuropeanLMS & @ @FIAWEC We’d looked set for at least podium in both after practice and quali. @AlbuquerqueFil and I will come back stronger ELMS @circuitspa then WEC Fuji. Thx for all the hard work @UnitedAutosport !
Phil scores hard-earned seventh place in Barcelona

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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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