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|Best championship position||9th (2005)|
|Final season (2005) position||9th (87 points)|
Luke Hines (born 4 May 1982 in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire) is a British auto racing driver, he is the son of former karting champion and Zip Kart founder/owner Martin Hines. After a small amount of open wheel racing in Formula Ford, Luke entered the Production Class of the BTCC in 2003, with the Barwell Motorsport team. He was the class champion in a field of five full-time drivers. He did enough to be noticed by Vauxhall, who signed him for a 2004 assault on the Touring Class, when he won 2 races and finished 10th overall. In 2005 he switched to the SEAT team, moving up a place to 9th with 1 race win. For 2006 he moved to the British GT Championship driving a Panoz Esperante for the LNT team. He immediately established himself as one of the front runners along with his team mate Tom Kimber-Smith and at the halfway point of the championship, Luke and Tom are leading the points standings from the Scuderia Ferrari team.
Hines has established kart racing team AllStars Racing, announcing in April 2018 that he would be working with 10-year-old Deaf racer Caleb McDuff in preparation for McDuff's campaign in the 2018 Super 1 National Kart Championships
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position – 1 point awarded in first race, 2003 in class) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap – 1 point awarded all races, 2003 in class) (* signifies that driver lead race for at least one lap – 1 point awarded all races)
* Season still in progress.
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