Ginetta have confirmed they will renew their relationship with Easykart UK for a fifth year, and are once again offering a selection of prizes for karters looking to further their career.
Easykart UK aims to take novice karters from the entry level of the sport in Easy Cadet, through Easy Junior and Easy Senior levels, to a stage where they are ready to graduate into cars.
Ginetta’s Junior Championship has become renowned as the first step of choice in car-racing for a young driver, with their GT5 Challenge and GT4 Supercup providing a ladder through GT racing.
Strengthening the relationship between the two, the 2016 Easykart Lights and Master champions will each be offered a test in a Ginetta GT5 Challenge car.
The two drivers from Easykart Junior will also be entered into the Ginetta Junior Scholarship, with the chance to win a fully-funded season in the 2017 Junior Championship.
“Ginetta are very excited to be entering our fifth year in partnership with EasyKart UK,” said Ginetta factory driver Mike Simpson.
“Easykart produces some of Britain’s best talents and we are thrilled to be able to help the drivers access the next level of their career.”
Andy Cox, UK Boss For EasyKart, added: “It’s great to once again be offering ambitious karters a legitimate route into car racing. Ginetta is a fantastic company.
“I’m very proud that Ginetta has identified what we are doing and very confident you will see an Easykart driver at Le Mans with Ginetta sometime in the future!”