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
Tairoku Racing were the class of the field in Friday qualifying for the Fuji Super TEC 24 Hours, as Tairoku Yamaguchi and Harrison Newey swept both rounds of qualifying to put themselves and co-drivers Satoshi Motoyama, Nicolas Costa, and Shinichi Takagi on pole position in their #300 Team Tairoku Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3.
I raced an LMP2 prototype sports car in the European Le Mans Series last year and won the 2017-18 Asian Le Mans Series, but having competed in European Formula 3 in 2016 and ’17, and Formula 4 and the MRF Challenge before that, I can’t get the adrenaline rush out of my system that single-seaters uniquely offer. So I’m racing in Super Formula this year
"The g-force in a Super Formula car is incredible!" As Harrison Newey starts his debut year in Super Formula, Autosport's Nick Shields speaks to Harrison about the 2019 series and his rise through the ranks of motorsport.
Harrison Newey will make his Super Formula debut with B-Max Racing this year after testing for the squad at Suzuka during the last rookie test session. Newey and DTM front-runner Lucas Auer will form an all-international line-up at B-Max, which recently linked a technical tie-up with Motopark. This year will mark the debut of Super Formula’s new SF19 car, which is
In the searing 35 degree heat at Chang International Circuit #24 posted an impressive result during round 3 of the Asian Le Mans Series. Harrison Newey took a commanding pole position, firmly cementing Algarve Pro Racing’s attack on scoring double victories in Buriram. The team saw Ate De Jong lead the race away after a text book start on his first race
Defending Asian Le Mans Series Champion Harrison Newey took a decisive win at Fuji Speedway this weekend in his Algarve Pro Racing #24 Ligier JS P2. Algarve Pro Racing's championship pedigree (2016-17 ALMS Team Champion) has returned to its winning ways in the second round of the series, the 4 Hours of Fuji, with drivers Andrea Pizzitola and Harrison Newey.
Algarve Pro Racing Team will field a Champion driver line-up made up of Andrea Pizzitola, Harrison Newey and Ate Dirk de Jong in an attempt to win the 2018-19 Asian Le Mans Series. Newey began his car racing career in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship and won the 2016-17 MRF Challenge
The Russian SMP Racing paddock at Le Mans this June will see both Harrison Newey and Jenson Button in their respective LMP2 and LMP1 cars tackle the pinnacle of automobile endurance racing for the first time. During the 86th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans Harrison
Young Briton excels in maiden sportscar campaign with three wins from four races.... Harrison Newey has claimed the 2017-2018 Asian Le Mans Series LMP2 title along with co-drivers Thomas Laurent and Stephane Richelmi after the trio recorded first place in the fourth and final race in Malaysia