|Date of Birth||26/2/1978|
|Date of Death||Unknown|
|Début||Brands Hatch Indy 2014|
|Total Entries||0 (0 Starts)|
|Wins||0 (0 in Class)|
|Team||Quantel BiFold Racing|
Hynes is competing in his first season in the BTCC in 2014, driving an MG 6 prepared by Triple Eight Race Engineering. Racing under Quantel BiFold Racing's banner, Hynes managed a best finish of eighteenth at the season opener at Brands Hatch Indy.
Hynes' racing career began in the early 1990s, before he stepped up to the Formula Vauxhall Junior championship in 1995, taking the title the same year. From here, Hynes progressed to Formula Renault and then to Formula Three, ultimately beating numerous future Formula One drivers to the title in 1999. The 2000s saw Hynes compete in numerous championships including the V8 Supercars Championship and American LeMans Series. Hynes was made head of driver development at Marussia F1, coaching their drivers for the coming season.
BTCC HistoryEditDespite missing out on an oppertunity to drive in Formula One, Hynes did manage to get a drive in the BTCC, driving for Quantel BiFold Racing.
A table containing Marc Hynes's best results in the BTCC. The figures after the information about the car used indicate Marc Hynes's best finish at that meeting.
|Marc Hynes's BTCC Record|
|2014||Quantel BiFold Racing||MG 6||R||11||16|
|bgcolor="black" style="color:white; font-size:90%; border-radius:5px;"|DSQ||23||13|