Harry Tincknell is one of the most exciting racing talents to come out of the UK in recent years. In 2016, he competes for a third successive year in a Nissan-powered LM P2 sportscar in the European Le Mans Series – having finished second and third in the final standings for the past two years competing for JOTA Sport. Additionally Harry contests FIA World Endurance Championship races in a Ford GT on their return … at Silverstone, Spa-Francorchamps and Le Mans having kindly been “loaned” by Nissan NISMO – Tincknell having been a Nissan NISMO LM P1 FIA WEC race & development driver in 2015 and who remains under contract with the Japanese manufacturer in 2016.
Ambitious, fresh and undeniably talented, he is a mature, confident sportsman, extremely passionate about his driving career. Articulate and media-astute, Harry values his own 'brand' just as much as that of his sponsors and partners. He also not only produces results on track, but is at ease in front of the camera, delivering brand messages through interviews, product placement and other activities.
Harry Tincknell is a dedicated racer, training to a strict fitness programme, and playing sport to remain mentally sharp and physically alert. Harry also understands the complexities of modern racing and racecar engineering, in order to work successfully as part of a team and relay feedback productively to his engineers.
For a driver so young and with such a career ahead of him, Harry has an exceptional level of experience and knowledge. He is eloquent, expressive and as comfortable delivering off-track as he is behind the wheel.
What others have said about Harry Tincknell:
"I am an avid supporter of Britain's young and exciting motorsport scene, and having seen Harry Tincknell karting and his passion to win, as well as develop his motorsport future away from the track, I am confident that this young man has a very bright future." DAMIEN SMITH, Editor, MotorSport Magazine