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Tim Mullen

Tim Mullen (born 28 March 1976 in Portadown, Northern Ireland) is a British racing driver. After starting his career in Karting, he entered the Irish Formula Ford championship in 1995 where he won the title. Moving to the British Formula Vauxhall Junior series the following year, he again took the honours as well as being selected as a finalist for the prestigious McLaren Autosport Young Driver of the Year award. [1]


He spent the next few years competing with success in Formula Renault and Formula Palmer Audi before moving to the British GT Championship where he became champion in 2006. He previously competed in the FIA GT Championship with CRS Racing driving a Ferrari Scuderia GT3.

24 Hours of Le Mans results

2005 Flag of Germany.svg Kruse Motorsport Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Ian Mitchell
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Phil Bennett
Courage C65-Judd LMP226824th4th
2006 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Scuderia Ecosse Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andrew Kirkaldy
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Chris Niarchos
Ferrari F430 GT2GT231117th3rd
2007 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Scuderia Ecosse Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andrew Kirkaldy
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Chris Niarchos
Ferrari F430 GT2GT2241DNFDNF
2008 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Virgo Motorsport Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rob Bell
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Tim Sugden
Ferrari F430 GT2GT2289DNFDNF

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  1. "Tim Mullen's Official Website".