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ALEX LYNN SIGNS FOR UNITED AUTOSPORTS FOR 2021 LE MANS 24 HOURS

Like United Autosports, Alex also stood on the top step of the podium at the 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours, after winning the GTE Pro class with Aston Martin Racing, having raced for the factory team for the last three years. Over the years, Alex has scored numerous race wins, including at the Sebring 12 Hours and the FIA World Endurance Championship race at Spa Francorchamps. Despite being better known for racing GT cars, Alex also has experience behind the wheel of an Oreca 07 LMP2 car, competing in the FIA WEC and the Le Mans 24 Hours.
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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.