PUBLISHED 13/06/2019

TF Sport head to one of the world’s most prestigious motorsport events this weekend, seeking the top step of the podium.
In their debut season, the team have already secured four podium positions with TF Sport regulars Salih Yoluc and Charlie Eastwood. Jonny Adam and Euan Hankey have rotated throughout the year, but it's Euan who joins the team for the Le Mans season finale.

The #90 Aston Martin Vantage GTE has proven mighty through the endurance rounds and embarks on one final World Endurance Championship mission in France.

Despite a slight chance of sneaking the championship win, the team are very much focused on securing the top step of the podium to seal off what has already been an impressive season.

In May, the team announced their Road to Le Mans campaign with reigning British GT champion Flick Haigh, and 17-year-old, Tom Gamble. The duo will face the double-header together in the #97 Aston Martin Vantage GT3.

Tom Ferrier, TF Sport Director 

“I’m really excited for Le Mans, it’s a pleasure to compete in such a prestigious race and we’re aiming for the win. We’ve had a strong debut season and I’m proud of the team for achieving what we have so early on. The car looks good, testing went quite well and we're all just excited to see what we can do.”

Euan Hankey 

“This is my third Le Mans so I’m really excited, I’m hoping for a much better result than last year. Very privileged to be back and I'm really hoping I can help Charlie and Salih secure a great championship finish for them. Ultimately we're just hoping to get on the podium at the end of the 24 hours. It’s a long race, we have a great team and a good car, I just hope the balance of performance is on our side and that’s all I can really hope for.”

Charlie Eastwood 

“I’m really looking forward to Le Mans, it’s the one that everyone waits for and it’s the build up we all wait for. It’s a long week but we had a good test so we’re in a good position, but of course, anything can happen at Le Mans but hopefully this year goes our way.”

Salih Yoluc 

“We are here and hungry for the win that has been so close to us on multiple occasions this year. The goal is to win the race and see what happens with the championship. The team is ready, the car is feeling good and we can't wait to get started. It's always a pleasure to come to Le Mans and be a part of an iconic, global racing event.”