Duncan Tappy will join the United Autosports team for the 2020 European Le Mans Series and race alongside Jim McGuire and Andrew Bentley, replacing previously announced Matt Bell in the #3 Ligier JS P320.

Duncan has a wealth of racing experience already under his belt, having raced for a number of years in various GT3 and prototype machinery in British GT, Blancpain Endurance Series, GT Asia, GT Open, Spa 24 Hours and most recently the Michelin Le Mans Cup. Duncan has known United Autosports co-owner, Richard Dean for many years, racing against his team in the Formula Ford Championship 15 years ago. 

Duncan Tappy, driver, United Autosports:

“I’m so happy to be joining United Autosports. I have known Richard [Dean] since our Formula Ford days back in 2005. To see the growth of United Autosports has been amazing and to now be a part of the team is really exciting for me. Also, to be making the step up to ELMS after two years in the Michelin Le Mans Cup is perfect timing. I’m really looking forward to a great year with Jim and Andrew.”

Zak Brown, Team Owner and Chairman, United Autosports:

“I’m pleased to see Duncan join our team for 2020. He is a great racer and I’m sure will bring a lot of experience to our ELMS team.”

Richard Dean, Team Owner and Managing Director, United Autosports:

“I’ve known Duncan for many years so to have him finally join United Autosports is fantastic. He will be a great addition to the team as he is fast, reliable and a good guy to have around. He is very experienced so will no doubt contribute to the development of our ELMS LMP3 team.”