To win what is my first race in America, at Daytona, which is such a legendary venue, is absolutely fantastic. We obviously came here with that ambition but knew it would be very hard to execute but we did it and in a dominant style. Harrison Newey - Rolex 24 at Daytona LMP2 Class Winner 2020
Daytona (LMP2), Bathurst (GT Class) and now spotted at the Nurburgring (DTM) behind the wheel of an RS5 Harrison Newey is pushing the limits once again. The 21 year old British driver and reigning LMP2 Class Winner at Rolex 24 at Daytona joined the final day of DTM pre-season testing at the Nurburgring in June. Newey is getting an entire day of running behind ...read more
As the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship moves into its next 50 years, there was no better way to start 2020 than with a thrilling Rolex 24 At Daytona last month. When the race began, a prestigious list of 997 drivers had won at least once in what is now known as the WeatherTech Championship. Twenty-four hours later, five had earned...read more
Harrison Newey is a late entry for the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour race this weekend. The 21-year-Briton will contest his first-ever race in Australia racing a Nineteen Corp entered Mercedes AMG GT4 competing for C-GT4 glory. Newey, who won Rolex At 24 LMP2 class honours on his Daytona début last weekend...read more
I’m very impressed with the level of maturity and commitment Harrison is showing on the track. He is a talent to keep an eye on.
Harrison is a rising star through the ranks of great young British drivers today.
Harrison’s work ethic, which he showed last season, will give him a good advantage as there is no magic in F3; it is all about hard work and determination.
25th July 1998
Adrian and Marigold Newey
2017–18 Asian Le Mans Series Champion
MRF Challenge Series Champion
Van Amersfoort Racing - FIA F3 European Championship
Final round of French F4 and BRDC Formula 4 Winter Championship
2nd in BRDC Formula 4 Championship (2 wins, 12 podiums); ADAC Formula 4 Championship 2015-16 – MRF Challenge