Hello and welcome to my Official Website.
2012 looks set to be busy a year for me with a number of fresh opportunities both on and away from the track.
I was delighted to be made an official McLaren Automotive test driver which sees me travelling to the four corners of the globe, working on the evaluation and development of the British manufacturer’s current and future range of production supercars.
While that will undoubtedly keep me busy for the most part, I’m still very much looking forward to racing the MP4-12C GT3 at selected events this year with new team Lapidus Racing, who will be entering selected Blancpain Endurance Series races including the prestigious 24 Hours of Spa.
As well as that I’m hoping to contest other selected long-distance GT events such as the Barcelona 24 Hours, all of which you can keep up to date with right here.
This website is also the place to find out information on my partners and sponsors, while you can get in touch either via the contact form or by tweeting @philquaife.
Quaife storms to perfect 24H Series victory in Dubai
Briton's pole, fastest lap and victory gives Duel Racing TCR class title lead
Phil Quaife (Tunbridge Wells, Kent) and Memac Ogilvy Duel Racing began their 24H International Endurance Series campaign in emphatic fashion with a dominant TCR class win at the Hankook 24 Hours of Dubai last weekend (January 16-17). Having transferred to the competitive TCR touring cars category for this year’s contest, the McLaren Test and Development Driver – alongside fellow co-pilots Nabil, Ramzi and Sami Moutran – arrived in Dubai eager to build on the performance that took…
Quaife and Duel Racing seal 24H Series Overall Teams crown
Class second also secures Overall Drivers title
Second in class at the Hankook 12 Hours of Brno helped Phil Quaife (Tunbridge Wells, Kent) and Memac Ogilvy Duel Racing seal the 24H International Endurance Series Overall Teams’ title last weekend (October 9/10). One month on from wrapping up both A3T category championships in Barcelona, the Briton – racing alongside Moutran brothers Nabil, Ramzi and Sami – headed for the Czech Republic eager to secure outright spoils as the highest scoring entry amongst 90-plus cars competing…
Quaife's perfect Barcelona weekend helps clinch 24H Series class title
Briton's pole, fastest lap and victory gives Duel Racing unassailable A3T lead
Phil Quaife (Tunbridge Wells, Kent) and Memac Ogilvy Duel Racing wrapped up the 24H International Endurance Series A3T class title with a race to spare last weekend (September 4-6) thanks to their second victory of the season at the Hankook 24 Hours of Barcelona. It was an extra sweet experience for the McLaren Test and Development Driver who set pole position and fastest race lap en route to helping himself and Moutran brothers Nabil, Ramzi and Sami clinch victory at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya…
Quaife and Duel Racing maintain 24H Series podium streak at Paul Ricard
British ace maintains A3T class points lead with third place
Phil Quaife helped maintain his and Memac Ogilvy Duel Racing’s 24H International Endurance Series A3T class championship lead with a third podium in as many outings at the Hankook 24 Hours of Paul Ricard last weekend (July 10-12). The McLaren Test and Development Driver, who shares the Moutran family squad’s SEAT Leon Cup Racer entry with brothers Nabil, Ramzi and Sami, finished third at the former French Grand Prix venue to establish an 18-point lead in both the Drivers’…
Quaife thrilled with team effort after Barcelona 24 Hours victory
Phil Quaife and his Lapidus Racing team-mates took a commanding victory in the Barcelona 24 Hours (8-9 September) to secure the McLaren 12C GT3 its first win in a twice-around-the-clock endurance race.
Making his second appearance of 2012 for the Lapidus Racing squad after contesting July’s Total 24 Hours of Spa, McLaren Automotive test driver Quaife again shared with team boss Klaas Hummel, Adam Christodoulou and Tim Mullen at Circuit de Catalunya. However the make-up of the grid standing between them and victory would be quite different at the Spanish venue, with the McLaren competing against a varied field that mixed touring and cup cars with a number of GT machines. Mullen took…
Quaife joins Lapidus Racing for 24 Hours of Spa
Phil Quaife will be back behind the wheel of a McLaren MP4-12C GT3 car this weekend (26-29 July) when the Blancpain Endurance Series visits Belgium for one of international motorsport’s biggest events: the Total 24 Hours of Spa.
The 26-year-old Briton, whose competition programme has largely taken a back seat in 2012 as he concentrates on official test driving duties for McLaren Automotive, will again link up with Lapidus Racing with whom he contested the previous Blancpain round at Paul Ricard last month. In a Pro/Am class packed with genuine victory contenders Quaife can count on the experience, speed and support of three familiar faces in the guise of former CRS Racing team-mates Klaas Hummel, Adam Christodoulou and…
Quaife sets the pace for McLaren GT at Silverstone
Phil Quaife delivered a stand-out performance in the Blancpain Endurance Series season finale at Silverstone last weekend, despite his impressive drive ultimately going unrewarded.
Phil Quaife delivered a stand-out performance in the Blancpain Endurance Series season finale at Silverstone last weekend, despite his impressive drive ultimately going unrewarded. The Kent racer, who has plied his trade with CRS Racing in the Le Mans Series for much of this season, made the transition from Ferrari to McLaren look effortless at the British Grand Prix venue where development of the factory-supported #60 MP4-12C GT3 continued in the three-hour enduro. This was the first time Quaife…
Quaife scoops sensational first LMS podium at Estoril
Phil Quaife helped CRS Racing celebrate their final Le Mans Series appearance in fairytale fashion thanks to a hard-fought first GTE-Am podium finish at Sunday
Phil Quaife helped CRS Racing celebrate their final Le Mans Series appearance in fairytale fashion thanks to a hard-fought first GTE-Am podium finish at Sunday’s season finale in Estoril. The Kent racer’s second position alongside regular team-mates Adam Christodoulou and Klaas Hummel at the former Portuguese Grand Prix venue was the result of impeccable team work behind the wheel of their Ferrari 430 throughout the six-hour race. Good fortune has seldom shone on the #82 crew this season…