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Salih Yoluç

38 years old, Turkish


TF Sport #90
LMP2 class

2015 was the first year of Salih’s racing career, where he took victory in the Dubai 24 Hours. In 2016 with TF Sport he competed in the Michelin Le Mans Cup, finishing second in the drivers' standings whilst also helping the team to the teams' title. Salih also competed in the Blancpain Endurance Cup and International GT Open in 2016 recording a further five wins before stepping up to the European Le Mans Series alongside Euan Hankey and Nicki Thiim. Victory at Silverstone followed before the trio finished the season a close second in the standings. Salih returned with TF Sport to compete in the 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship Super Season and the 2019 Pro Am class of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup, where he claimed the championship crown in TF Sport’s Vantage GT3 alongside Charlie and Ahmad. Salih’s life-long ambition came true in 2020 when he became the first Turkish driver to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The Turkish bronze-graded driver then made the progression to the LMP2 class in 2021, in the #34 Racing Team Turkey entry of the European Le Mans Series. Yoluç returned to the ELMS championship in 2022, with Charlie Eastwood at his side and Jack Aitken joining the Racing Team Turkey line-up. Salih and Charlie won the ELMS championship in the LMP2 Pro-am class and the Racing Team Turkey became the first Turkish team to win a championship in an endurance series. In the 2023 season, the Turkish driver will enter the ELMS championship with Charlie Eastwood – with whom they will try to defend their 2022 title – also in the 2023 season, and this time they will be joined by the Swiss driver Louis Deletraz. Finally, this year Salih Yoluç will also take part in the centenary edition of the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans together with Dries Vanthoor and Tom Gamble.