Andy Priaulx1974-08-08 (age 46)
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Three-time WTCC champion Andy Priaulx has stepped down from his drive with the Cyan Racing Lynk & Co squad for the 2020 World Touring Car Cup season.
Andy Priaulx says he would "love" to be part of a semi-works Ford GT programme in future, now that the Blue Oval's factory involvement is coming to an end.
Three-time world champion Andy Priaulx has joined Cyan Racing's Lynk & Co World Touring Car Cup programme for 2019.
Ford World Endurance Championship driver Andy Priaulx believes it’s wrong to underestimate esports, after the success of Formula E.
Despite finishing only fourth in the 86th Le Mans 24 Hours, Harry Tincknell said he’s pleased with his and the Chip Ganassi Racing team’s performance that saw two of its cars reach the top four.
Despite losing his seat in Chip Ganassi Racing’s reduced IndyCar lineup, Tony Kanaan will race a CGR-run Ford in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for a second straight year.
Ford WEC ace Andy Priaulx has expressed his “frustration” over a Balance of Performance he believes has been stacked against the Anglo-American squad this season.
Porsche blocked out the front row for the first time over a year in qualifying for this weekend's Mexico City round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
A problem with a door failing to close properly didn't stop the #67 Ford GT winning the GTE Pro class at Silverstone’s FIA World Endurance Championship opening round.
Porsche secured pole position for the WEC 6 Hours of Shanghai, as the combined efforts of Brendon Hartley and Mark Webber were enough for the top spot despite a track limits scare.
How is Ford celebrating its famous Le Mans victory in 1966? By trying to win the GTE Pro class 50 years on, as Filip Cleeren explains.
Ford Chip Ganassi Racing has its sights set on a clean and trouble-free race in the ‘WEC 6 Hours of Spa’, the final competitive outing before Le Mans.
Ford will start its maiden FIA World Endurance Championship GTE Pro race from third and fifth positions at Silverstone, despite a gearbox issue that hampered one of its cars.
Harry involved in Ford’s FIA World Endurance Championship debut and first race for the new Ford GT in Europe
Ford made its World Endurance Championship debut at the Paul Ricard Prologue test, and Motorsport.com was on hand to hear from driver Marino Franchitti and snap the best photos of its fantastic new machine.
Ford Chip Ganassi Racing has revealed its driver line-ups for the Le Mans 24 Hours, with IndyCar stars Scott Dixon and Sebastien Bourdais confirmed along with Harry Tincknell and Billy Johnson.
Andy Priaulx says he decided to leave BMW to join Ford’s new assault on the World Endurance Championship as he feared becoming “too comfortable”.
BTCC duo Andy Priaulx and Jason Plato took the first English victory in the Race of Champions Nations' Cup, defeating Sebastian Vettel and Nico Hulkenberg to take a home soil 2015 win.
Touring car stars Andy Priaulx and Jose Maria Lopez will complete the 20-strong field for this month's Race of Champions event in the London Olympic Stadium.
Andy Priaulx took his second win of his return campaign to the BTCC, as Gordon Shedden increased his championship lead to 25 points over Jason Plato.
West Surrey Racing driver Andy Priaulx has confirmed that he will miss the next round of the British Touring Car Championship, as originally planned.
British star Andy Priaulx has been keeping a close eye on the team since the last ELMS race.
Jack Goff made the most of his reverse grid pole position in Snetterton race three to claim his first win in the BTCC and MG's first of the 2015 season.
Despite carrying maximum success ballast after his race one victory, Colin Turkington comfortably converted another pole position into a win in race two at Snetterton.
WSR's Andy Priaulx and MG's Andrew Jordan topped the two Saturday practice sessions for BTCC's sixth round at Snetterton.
BMW Team Marc VDS will be hoping to bounce back after missing the podium by less than a second at the last round.
Wet and dry track conditions on ELMS free practice day in Imola.
Matt Neal took his second BTCC win of 2015 in the final race of the day at Donington, fending off Andrew Jordan in the closing laps after the pair emerged from a frenetic multi-car lead tussle.
A commanding drive from Colin Turkington gave Team BMR back-to-back wins in the second BTCC race at Donington, as Matt Neal and Adam Morgan completed the podium after surviving an entertaining scrap.
Reigning champion Colin Turkington took pole position for Sunday's opening BTCC race at Donington, beating Gordon Shedden and Jason Plato in a late qualifying showdown.