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Racing lines: Alex Lynn chases the dream at Daytona

Big sports car wins are what count for the Brit, starting this weekend. The 60th Daytona 24 Hours opens the American sports car racing season this weekend, with a whopping 61 cars – the most since 2014 – jostling for space around the 3.56-mile circuit made up by the famous tri-oval combined with an infield road course.
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Q+A: Alex Lynn on his golden chance of glory with Ganassi

Arguably, Lynn’s breakthrough year on the world stage was 2013, when he finished third in the European Formula 3 championship and then clinched victory in the legendary Macau race. That led to him being hired by Carlin for GP3 in 2014 which yielded the championship, and over the next two years he scored five wins in GP2 while also holding the role of development driver for the Williams Formula 1 team.
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Mahindra's Alex Lynn Takes First Victory in Round 13 of FIA Formula E Championship in London

Mahindra Racing’s Alex Lynn took the chequered flag at the second Heineken® London E-Prix and with it his first ABB FIA Formula E World Championship victory. Lynn was followed home by Mercedes-EQ Formula E’s Nyck de Vries, who went top of the Drivers’ Championship with his second second-place in two days, and Jaguar Racing’s Mitch Evans in third.
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Alex Lynn Scores For Mahindra

LONDON — Alex Lynn sparked wild celebrations down in the Mahindra Racing garage as he steered to an emotional maiden Formula E victory in the Heineken London E-Prix on Sunday afternoon. Mercedes-EQ’s Nyck de Vries and Mitch Evans (Jaguar Racing) rounded out the podium. The Brit navigated a frenetic encounter...
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Eight lessons Alex Lynn can teach us about Formula E

Mahindra Racing driver Lynn has had a storied motorsport career. He tells us what it takes to win in FE. Formula E returns to London on 24/25 July for the first time since 2016, on a new circuit that will go inside and out of the ExCel arena in the city’s Thames-side docklands area. The double-header will mark the penultimate rounds of the electric single-seater series’ first season as a genuine FIA world championship and promises to offer a new and unique take on Formula E’s signature city-centre racing format.
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United Autosports Confirms Alex Lynn For Le Mans

LE MANS, France – Officials from United Autosports confirmed Wednesday that Alex Lynn has joined the team for this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans. Like United Autosports, Lynn also stood on the top step of the podium at last year’s Le Mans endurance classic, winning the GTE Pro class with Aston Martin Racing after having raced for the factory team for the last three years.
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Formula E Racer Alex Lynn Released From Hospital After Nasty Upside-Down Crash

At the tail end of yesterday’s second Diriyah ePrix, Mahindra Formula E driver Alex Lynn suffered a nasty crash that ultimately resulted in his hospitalization and the race being red flagged. Details were sparse at the time of the accident; Formula E elected not to show crash footage and only spoke about the accident after the podium ceremony had been completed. Thankfully, Lynn has been released from the hospital and deemed fit after a series of routine tests.
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Alex Lynn discharged from hospital after Formula E crash

Mahindra Racing driver Alex Lynn was discharged from hospital in Saudi Arabia after undergoing CT scans following his involvement in a heavy crash that led to the second race of the ABB Formula E World Championship season opener being stopped several minutes short of its allotted time. Lynn’s Mahindra entry...
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Alex Lynn drops out of Aston Martin factory roster

Alex Lynn will not be a part of Aston Martin's factory roster following the British manufacturer's exit from the GTE Pro class of the World Endurance Championship. British driver Lynn has been racing for Aston Martin in the WEC since the 2018-19 superseason, partnering Maxime Martin in both campaigns in the marque's #97 Vantage GTE car.
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