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Lynn hails “biggest win of my career” at Le Mans 24 Hours

Alex Lynn hailed his class victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours as the “biggest win of my career” after triumphing in the GTE Pro division for Aston Martin.

The British driver set the fastest GT lap of the race as the #97 Aston Martin Vantage he shared with regular World Endurance Championship team-mate Maxime Martin and Harry Tincknell had a faultless run to claim Aston’s first win at Le Mans since 2017.

The #97 car led for 189 laps of the 346 lap-distance and beat the #51 Ferrari of James Calado, Alessandro Pier Guidi and Daniel Serra by 1m33s to move into second in the WEC GTE Pro Drivers championship with one round to go in Bahrain.

Lynn’s CV includes sportscar success in the 2017 Sebring 12 Hours, the 2013 Macau GP and the 2014 GP3 title, but when asked by Autosport how these compared to Le Mans, he

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Bar Harbor man’s first career hole-in-one among local golf highlights

Hole-in-One

John Lawrence

WINTERPORT, Maine — John Lawrence of Bar Harbor scored his first career hole-in-one playing on Wednesday, Aug. 19, at Sonny’s Par 3 and Driving Range. Lawrence aced the first hole from 95 yards. The shot was witnessed Alison Lawrence.

MSGA Women

At Dutch Elm GC, Arundel

Better Ball— Flight 1, Gross: Kristin Kannegieser, Ruby Haylock 69; Ruth Colucci, Bernice Vadnais 71; Cecily Whiting, Kathleen Drake 72; Erin Leland, Carrie Baker 73; Jordan Laplume, Kathy Crawford 73; Net: Karen Koulovatos, Donna Applebee 61; Jade Haylock, Sheila Brocki 63; Delaney

Roche, Barbara Tiffany 64; Elaine Politis, Darlene Davison 64; Rae Kathy Emmi, Cindy Gelinas 65; Flight 2, Gross: Helen Treadwell Sandra Curro 84; Marianne McNally, Penny Guerin 85; Susie Gravel, Pam Johnson 85; Ann Anthony, Nancy Bither 85; Karen Janes, Carmen Squires 85; Susan

McGinn, Patti Girr 60; Net: Sherron Small, Jean Farrell 64; Linda LaughlinLinda, Bea McGarvey 65;

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