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Hillspeed announce Team up with Dragon Kart Club

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Formula Renault BARC Frontrunners and new for 2010 Ginetta Junior outfit Hillspeed and announced a link with GYG Karting which will give the winner of the 2010 Dragon Kart Club Mini Max Champion a fantastic prize – the opportunity to test either a Formula Renault single seater or the brands new for 2010 Ginetta G40 sports car.

The team have had a long association with graduates from the Dragon Kart Club, which is based in North Wales. 2010 see's the team run James Theodore in the Formula Renault BARC Championship while they will run Seb Morris in his car racing debut season in the Ginetta Junior Championship. Seb will also be racing in the Mini Max this coming season.

Hillspeed have also run Welsh brothers Richard and Ryan Singleton during the early days of their career.

Team principle, Richard Ollerenshaw commented on this tie up “We're very pleased indeed to be able to offer a testing prize in one of our Formula Renaults or Ginetta’s to the 2010 Dragon Kart Club Mini Max Champion.”

“Hillspeed has a long and successful association with drivers who have come through the club and we aim to continue building on that. The eventual champion will be able to choose which car they test so it really is a great opportunity for one young driver to sample the next step on the motor racing ladder.”

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