FIA WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

Phil Hanson claimed an excellent fourth LMP2 class placing in the Le Mans 24 Hours which finished today (16 Jun) – the British teenager’s ninth overall finish lowering the record he set on his debut in the world-famous sportscar endurance race three years ago. The Ascot-based 19-year-old, the youngest driver in the 183-driver, 61-car field again this year, had become the youngest overall finisher by placing 11th in 2017.

Read the full race review here.

Le Mans, France
15-16 June
4th

Co-drivers: Filipe Albuquerque (PT), Paul di Resta (GB)