Just as many students are breaking off for their summer holidays, the fastest students in motorsport are heading back into their unique classrooms as the Ginetta Junior Championship kicks back into life with Rounds Eleven and Twelve of the season at Snetterton.

The series produces fast, frantic racing, a perfect training ground for the young racers, aged between 14 and 17. Top of the class so far in 2011 is Hillspeed's Seb Morris, who has won seven races out of ten so far and will be hoping to step back onto the top step of the podium in Norfolk after a disappointing weekend last time out at Croft. 

Two other drivers have made trips to the top of the rostrum so far this season, with George Gamble and Charlie Robertson both hoping to add to their tallys at Snetterton. TJ Motorsport's Gamble has two wins to his name, while HHC Motorsport's Robertson took his maiden win at Croft, making history as the youngest winner of a race in the UK.

Hoping to take their first wins of the season will be a bunch of frontrunners, including podium finishers Tom Howard, William Foster, Max Coates and Niall Murray, as well as the improving Brad Bailey and Patrick McClughan. Making his debut at Snetterton will be 14 year old William Palmer, the son of MSV owner Jonathan Palmer, who will be running with Hillspeed.