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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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Crazy, sad times but we must stay strong together

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Hanson aiming for perfect 'golden anniversary' celebration

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Victory at CoTA following rollercoaster race

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Apr 11
A bit of fun with Dailysportscar https://t.co/IJf4b5ywTi @UnitedAutosport @AlbuquerqueFil @wayneboydracing @WGI @FIAWEC @EuropeanLMS @WaltDisneyCo
Mar 20
@FIAWEC Gutted not racing at Sebring today but we need to stay safe and healthy https://t.co/nGdwGkpTAT@UnitedAutosport @BRDCSuperStars @EuropeanLMS
Mar 14
Disappointed not testing @UnitedAutosport @Oreca @sebringraceway this w/end. After racing there in 2018 was 1 of my fave tracks. Hopefully @FIAWEC reconvenes @circuitspa end April. Then @EuropeanLMS @Circuitcat_eng & @Autodromo_Monza races postponed. Correct decisions organisers
Hanson heads FIA World Endurance LMP2 championship in to second half of 2019-20 season

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2020 likely to be most important year of racing yet

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Hanson now second in LMP2 title race after maiden WEC victory

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