The 2011 Ginetta Junior Championship kicks back into action this weekend after seven weeks out, with championship leader Seb Morris hoping to get the second half of the campaign off to a winning start in Rounds Eleven and Twelve around the Snetterton 300 circuit.
The 15 year old Hillspeed driver heads to the newly configured circuit 88 points clear in the points, having taken seven wins in the first ten races. Last time out at Croft, Morris had an uncharacteristic weekend, starting from low grid slots and finishing fourth and fifth, so will be hoping to return to form and take victory at Snetterton.
The King's School, Chester pupil said: “I definitely want to be back on the top step of the podium. need to regain the flow we had in the first four events of the season and try and start winning races again to keep increasing our championship lead. It's been good having a big break since Croft, I learnt a lot there and if that turns out to be our worst weekend of the season we won't have done too badly at all.”
Morris is looking forward to his first run on the new 300 circuit, adding: “The new circuit looks really challenging and because it's a very long track we won't have many laps at all in the practice sessions. We really could have done with a full day of testing, but it's the same for everyone so we'll do our best to get up to speed quickly. I've had a look at some videos on You Tube to get some knowledge, hopefully that will be beneficial.”