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UNITED AUTOSPORTS WIN FIA WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP RACE AT MONZA AND RETAKES CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD

United Autosports have won the third round of the FIA World Endurance Championship at Monza today by a fantastic 57 seconds to second place. Today’s victory marks the second win of the 2021 season for the reigning champions, who also won the opening round of the season at Spa in May. Not only did the … Continue reading

UNITED AUTOSPORTS PREPARING FOR THIRD FIA WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND IN MONZA

United Autosports are preparing for round three of the FIA World Endurance Championship at Monza this weekend (16-18 July). Phil Hanson will once again be joined by Filipe Albuquerque and Fabio Scherer in the #22 Oreca 07 after both drivers were unable to race at Portimao last month.  The team are currently lying second in the … Continue reading

UNITED AUTOSPORTS BEGIN FIA WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE DEFENCE WITH A WIN IN SPA

United Autosports have won the opening round of the 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship by claiming their fifth FIA WEC win out of the last six races. Phil Hanson, Filipe Albuquerque and Fabio Scherer brought the #22 Oreca 07 home to take the LMP2 class win after six hours of racing. Starting from pole position, … Continue reading

UNITED AUTOSPORTS BEGIN FIA WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE DEFENCE AT SPA FRANCORCHAMPS

United Autosports will begin their FIA World Endurance Championship title defence next weekend at Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, as the first round of the new season gets underway. Reigning LMP2 champions, Phil Hanson and Filipe Albuquerque team up with Fabio Scherer in the #22 Oreca 07 for the 2021 season after scoring four wins, six podiums … Continue reading

PHIL HANSON AND JOB VAN UITERT TO RETURN TO UNITED AUTOSPORTS FOR 2021 EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES

United Autosports are pleased to confirm that Phil Hanson and Job van Uitert will return to the team for the 2021 European Le Mans Series. Current ELMS LMP2 champion Phil Hanson, returns to lead the #22 Oreca 07 in his fourth year with United Autosports. At only 21 years old, Phil won the ELMS LMP2 … Continue reading

HANSON CAN NOW REFLECT ON PHENOMENALLY SUCCESSFUL YEAR

Such has been the frenetic pace of this year’s condensed motor racing year due to the worldwide COVID virus, Phil Hanson is only now able to reflect on what has been an unbelievably successful and history-making 2020. In terms of this year’s truncated season Phil, from Sunningdale, Berkshire, achieved his three, pre-season goals in stunning … Continue reading

UNITED AUTOSPORTS CONFIRMED AS FIA WORLD ENDURANCE LMP2 CHAMPIONS AT BAHRAIN

United Autosports were officially crowned FIA World Endurance LMP2 Champions at Bahrain on Saturday night as they rounded off their record breaking season with a fourth place finish at the end of the eight hour race. Phil Hanson and Filipe Albuquerque were also named FIA WEC Driver’s Champions, with Paul Di Resta finishing second – … Continue reading

HANSON AIMING FOR HISTORIC “TRIPLE CROWN” IN SPORTCAR RACING

Having become the youngest driver ever to win a FIA World Endurance Championship title and the youngest British driver to win the LMP2 category in the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours, Britain’s Phil Hanson now targets re-writing the motorsport history books once again. The 21-year-old United Autosports driver is aiming to become the first driver … Continue reading

PHIL HANSON: 2020 LE MANS 24 HOUR PREVIEW

Phil competes at Le Mans for the fifth time. His début was in 2016, his first season in car racing after karts, contesting GT3 in the Michelin Road to Le Mans. 2017 (Tockwith) and 2018 & 2019 (United Autosports) saw Phil race in LMP2 (Ligier JS P2) with a best fourth-place finish (2019). Since August … Continue reading

HANSON AIMING FOR PERFECT “GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY” CELEBRATION

Phil Hanson aims to celebrate his 50th car race in style by conquering Sebring’s infamous bumps and record his third consecutive FIA World Endurance Championship LMP2 class win (20 Mar). The “1,000 Miles of Sebring” marks the 20-year-old Briton’s “half-century” of races after a successful two-year career in karting, Phil turning to sports-prototypes in late … Continue reading

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