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
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
Harrison Newey comfortably won one of the world’s greatest sportscar races today (26 Jan) when the British youngster claimed LMP2 class honours in the legendary Daytona 24 Hours. The 21-year-old former Asian Le Mans Series champion was making his début in the difficult and gruelling
DragonSpeed have announced Harrison Newey as the fourth driver of the 10Star LMP2 ORECA O7-Gibson entry for the 2020 Rolex 24 at Daytona with Hong Kong-based Flex-Box also revealed as a major season partner. DragonSpeed becomes the latest in a distinguished line of racing teams supported by Flex-Box. The global shipping container
Having scored my first Super Formula podium finish at the previous round in Okayama, I headed to Suzuka for the final race of my rookie season full of optimism. It was actually a case of going back to a track for that I’d already raced at with a Super Formula car the first time, and that was a real boost. But free practice didn’t quite go to plan, which started with a very wet Friday.
Harrison buoyed after recording first Super Formula podium in last race. Harrison Newey heads to Suzuka for the final round of the Super Formula series later this month (27 Oct) aiming to finish the year on a high. The 21-year-old, competing in the Japanese-based single-seater championship for the first time, recorded his maiden Super Formula podium in the last race.
Hi guys – Harrison here back with my latest column for Crash.net looking at my year racing in Japan. With four races down in my maiden year in Super Formula, the season so far can be summed up with one word: “frustrating”. That said, the team and I are making progress. A top-six result definitely looked possible at Sugo until my car unfortunately caught fire