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Dylan Young was born on 29 January, 1989 in Australian, is an Australian racing driver. At 31 years old, Dylan Young height not available right now. We will update Dylan Young's height soon as possible.

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Born 29 January 1989
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Young is currently competing in the 2017 MRF Challenge Championship and is 6th in the Championship standings out of 19 drivers with one round remaining in Chennai, India. His best finish to date in the Championship was a third place podium in Round 1 at the Bahrain International Circuit. He has since announced he intents to compete in Australia for the 2018 season with the goal of a future Virgin Supercars Australia career.

Young has been referenced as looking to enter the GP3 Series for the 2017 season and has also been open about keeping options open to switch to a touring car career.


Young again returned for the 2016 MRF Challenge Championship and finished the season in 9th place in the Championship standings out of a field of 22 drivers. His best race result of the season came in Dubai in 5th place.


The 2015 MRF Challenge Championship saw Young return to the Championship which featured 14 races across Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai and Chennai. Young's best finish of the season came in Dubai where he finished 6th place and he finished the season in 13th place in the standings out of a field of 28 drivers.


Young endured a difficult 2014 MRF Challenge Championship mostly brought about by a low scoring final round at the MMRT Circuit in India during January, 2015 which didn't reflect the strong pace he showed in Bahrain where he was racing at the front of the grid. Young wasn't able to replicate his double podium finish at the MMRT circuit from the previous season and instead was involved in a big accident in the opening race before another competitor drove into him in the final race, causing damage to Young's car and forcing him out of the race. Round 2 at the Bahrain International Circuit was Young's strongest weekend of the Championship, finishing in the top 5 but losing the lead after making a mistake on lap 4, having started from pole position in Race 2 of the meeting. With the final round in India being Young's lowest scoring round of the Championship due to multiple accidents, he ultimately tumbled down the points table and finished the Championship equal 10th on points.

Young completed a GP3 Series test with the Hilmer Motorsport team, the official GP3 partner of the Sahara Force India Formula 1 Team at the post season test held at the Yas Marina Formula 1 Circuit in Abu Dhabi during November 2014. As a result of the test, Young was said to be targeting a move into the GP3 Series or Auto GP for the 2015 Season.


Returning to the Championship again in 2013, Young was a regular in the points over the opening three rounds of the Championship held at the Indian Formula 1 Grand Prix and then twice at the Bahrain Formula 1 Circuit. His most promising results however came in round 4 of the Championship held at the MMRT Circuit in Chennai in February, 2014. Young finished in 3rd on two occasions for a double podium finish with other strong drives inside the top 5. Young finished a strong 7th in the Championship out of 22 drivers with the field including the likes of Arthur Pic (current GP2 driver), Tio Ellinas (former Marussia F1 test driver, currently a GP2 and Formula Renault 3.5 driver) and Harry Tincknell (FIA World Endurance LMP1 driver with Nissan).


Young continued on in the same Formula BMW championship for 2011 which was rebranded to the JK Racing Asia Series. He made the switch to Canadian team Atlantic Racing but much like the previous season faced further financial difficulties and as a result missed a number of races. Young's strongest races of the season came at rounds 11 and 12 which were held at the 2011 Singapore Formula One Grand Prix. Despite being out of the car for some months due to his budget issues, Young managed to qualify in 5th position before both he and his team mate were disqualified after the two Atlantic Racing Team cars had been found with a technical error. With the penalty pushing Young to the back of the grid for both races, he then went on to climb through the field to 8th and 6th places respectively.


Young made his open wheeler debut in the Formula BMW Pacific championship at the 2010 Petronas Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix. He drove for British team Motaworld Racing before budget constraints forced him to be sidelined until later in the season when he rejoined the championship alongside the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix weekend.


Dylan Young started his motorsport career in karts at the relatively late age of 17 in 2007.


Young made the move to the MRF Challenge Formula 2000 Championship for 2012, featuring a faster car than the Formula BMW he drove for the previous two seasons. Young went on to score points finishes inside the top ten at races 4 and 5 of the 2012 championship.


Dylan Young (born 29 January 1989) is an Australian racing driver from Melbourne, Australia.