Matt McMurry's video diary: Youngest Driver at Le Mans
Don't miss the only appearance in North America this year of the cars and stars of Le Mans at Circuit of The Americas on Sept. 19-20.
At the age of 16 years and 202 days old and as the first member of the Dyson Racing Junior Development Program, Matt McMurry became the youngest person to drive in and to finish the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 14-15, 2014. He drove with Chris Dyson and Tom Kimber-Smith in the Greaves Motorsport #42 that finished 25th overall and 11th in the LMP2 class. The new marks are entered into the Guinness Book of World Records and beat those previously held by Ricardo Rodriguez in 1959 and Gunnar Jeannette in 2000, respectively.
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- Ekstrom wins after Hansen penalised
- Spin cost Kvyat chance of podium
- F1: No action over British GP first-lap wreck
- F1: Mercedes open to Red Bull engine deal
- GRC drivers set to "Race the Base"
- WRC: Latvala gets penalty after crash repair
- F1: Ferrari boss says glass "half empty"
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- F1: Rosberg thought Hamilton was wrong
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- GP2: Haryanto claims third sprint win of year at Silverstone
- GP3: Ceccon beats Ocon to race two win
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- NASCAR Xfinity: Dillon wins at Daytona in green-white-checkered finish
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- SCCA: One half of Northeastern Conference Majors at Watkins Glen complete
- F1: Aston Martin to bring Mercedes-Benz power to Red Bull in 2016?
- NASCAR: Earnhardt on pole, session rained off
- F1: Mercedes could offer Renault and Honda F1 engine lifeline
- GP2: Pic penalized for clash with King
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