Harry Tincknell

Harry Tincknell

Date of Birth: 29 October 1991
Residence: Exeter, UK
Race Team: Ford Chip Ganassi Racing UK

Harry Tincknell switched from single-seaters to sports cars in 2014. In error-free style, order Harry helped earn the LMP2 category win at Le Mans that same year.

“Le Mans for me is the biggest race in the world in every sense of the word. It’s one of the greatest tests of man and machine, shop racing wheel-to-wheel for 24 hours in front of 250,000 passionate fans. Racing into the night is an amazing experience and I find it strangely peaceful blasting down the Mulsanne Straight in the middle of the night, with only the headlights of the car lighting the way.”

Harry has served as factory LMP1 driver for Nissan, was awarded the BRDC’s Woolf Barnato Trophy, and is an ELMS pole and race winner in LMP2 with Rookie of the Year accolades. Harry’s single-seater career culminated in fifth place in the 2013 FIA European Formula Three Championship with one win, three podiums, and two pole positions.