After securing fifth in the European Formula 3 standings, you might have thought Harry Tincknell would take a well-earned break. No such thought was on the rising star’s mind as he recently launched into a hectic schedule.
First up the British star was out of luck in the Macau Grand Prix despite showing very strong speed that should have put him among the leading contenders. You can read the full story here.
Next up Harry took on his debut in the MRF Challenge supporting the Indian Grand Prix before moving on a dream two-day test with the Audi DTM team at the Monteblanco circuit in Spain. He was one of the eight young talents tested by the Ingolstadt manufacturer as it assesses potential stars of the future for the DTM – the German touring car series that is arguably the world’s most competitive series outside Formula 1. You can read the full Audi test story here.
Most recently, Harry Tincknell battled to a podium finish in the second round of the MRF Challenge supporting the Bahrain 6 Hours round of the FIA World Endurance Championship. You can read the full story here.