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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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MY NEXT RACE

FIA World Endurance Championship

23 February 2020
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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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ELMS 2020 - It's all about winning the championship

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Jan 10
Heading to @Autosport_Show today. I'll be on the @hrx_uk stand. Please come and say hi @FIAWEC @EuropeanLMS @UnitedAutosport @BRDCSuperStars
Jan 1
BIG thanks to fans I've met racing in 2019 @AsianLMS @EuropeanLMS & @FIAWEC Obviously to @AlbuquerqueFil @PaulDiResta @ollyjarvis & everyone at @UnitedAutosport - thanks guys! Here's to much more success in 2020!
Dec 17
Check out my #8HBahrain ⁦@FIAWEC⁩ blog ⁦@UnitedAutosport⁩ ⁦@Oreca⁩ ⁦@AlbuquerqueFil⁩ ⁦@PaulDiResta⁩ ⁦@BRDCSuperStars⁩ https://t.co/PWiIRQ0j8S
Phil and Filipe Albuquerque remain with United Autosports for 2020 European Le Mans Series assault

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Phil Hanson - Luck not on our side in Shanghai WEC but overall a good weekend

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Phil records second consecutive third-place WEC finish in dramatic Chinese race

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