Will Owen1995-03-23 (age 25)
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United Autosports have confirmed that Will Owen will return to the team for the 2018 European Le Mans Series and, pending an entry confirmation, the 2018 Le Mans 24 Hours.
The #32 United Autosports team of Hugo de Sadeleer, Will Owen and Filipe Albuquerque took their second European Le Mans Series victory of the season, holding off a late charge from Leo Roussel at the Red Bull Ring.
LMP2 team heads to next ELMS round after Le Mans 24 Hours success
Will Owen, Hugo de Sadeleer and Filipe Albuquerque to race Ligier JS P217
United lies second in the LMP2 class standings plus second & fourth in LMP3
Reigning ELMS LMP3 Champions aim for repeat of 2016 glory
Reigning ELMS LMP3 Champions represented in three categories across the 2017 ELMS package
Nicolas Dapero scored his first Pro Mazda victory, after Team Pelfrey teammates Pato O’Ward and Aaron Telitz collided exiting Turn 2, damaging the former’s car and resulting in a drive-through penalty for the latter.
Aaron Telitz drove it like he stole it but had no need, comfortably eclipsing all his Pro Mazda rivals and winning by over 10 seconds to score his third victory of the season.
Patricio “Pato” O’Ward, in what may be his final race of the Pro Mazda season, did everything in his power to make himself indispensable as he led a Team Pelfrey 1-2 on the IMS road course.
Team Pelfrey kept up its perfect win record in Pro Mazda thanks to “Pato” O’Ward’s victory at IMS, but a slip by teammate and prime championship rival Aaron Telitz broke Pelfrey’s string of 1-2s.
Defending Lights champion team owner hoping to repeat and add the Pro Mazda drivers’ title
So far, the series has seen seven winners in nine races.