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Robertson Announces Ginetta Junior Return

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2011 Race-winner Charlie Robertson Is Going For The Title In 2012 - Photo Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


Charlie Robertson has confirmed his much-anticipated return to the Ginetta Junior Championship in 2012 with HHC Motorsport.

Robertson took three wins on his way to second place behind Seb Morris in the 2011 championship, a superb showing in the 15 year old's maiden car racing campaign.

Now the Caterham School pupil, who has been recognised by Motorsport News as one of the top three British drivers to watch in 2012, is returning to series with Harrogate-based HHC Motorsport and has his eyes firmly set on winning the championship title.

Surrey based Robertson said: “This year I'm aiming for nothing less than the championship title in Ginetta Junior, I've got a great relationship with the guys at HHC and we know we've got what it takes to win.

“I'm really looking forward to testing getting underway and being back in the car, it feels like ages since the winter championship last November. We know Ginetta Junior will be as tough as ever this year but, with a year's experience under my belt, I'm well prepared and I'm confident we can fight for the title.”

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