Ginetta Junior

Fielding Signs With JHR Developments For Second Junior Season

1 Mins read

Sennan Fielding In His JHR Developments G40J At Silverstone - Photo Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


Sennan Fielding has announced he will once again compete in the Ginetta Junior Championship in 2012, this time with JHR Developments.

Fielding, a former national and international karting champion, entered joined the Ginetta Junior series in 2011 as the reigning scholarship winner. The 16 year old impressed in his maiden campaign with TJ Motorsport, improving throughout the season to take three podiums, including a superb victory in the penultimate race of the season at Silverstone.

Derbyshire-based Fielding now returns in 2012 with a different team JHR Developments, hoping to add to his podium tally and has been out testing at Thruxton, Donington Park and Silverstone over the winter in preparation for the new campaign. As well as competing in Ginetta Juniors, Sennan will be embarking on a full season of single seater testing ahead of a planned switch to the discipline in 2013.

Fielding said: “We've got an excellent car this season. It feels really tight and responds really well. The team at JHR Developments have done a really good job in setting the car up. It's down to me to now to do my utmost and aim for the podium.”

JHR Developments Team Principal Steve Hunter added: “We did some work with Sennan last season and his pace and driver skill was plain to see.  This year, we have worked hard to put together the full package of driver and car to make sure we're running at the front all of the time.  The testing we'll do before the season starts will allow us to hit the ground running and hopefully pay dividends in this close fought championship.”

Avatar photo
4148 posts

About author
Simon is an experienced journalist and PR officer, who has worked in the national motorsport paddocks for over a decade, primarily on the BTCC support package.
Related posts
British GTBTCCGinetta GT ChampionshipGinetta GT4 SupercupGinetta GT5 ChallengeGinetta Junior

Ginetta announce series restructure with SRO, ending TOCA partnership

2 Mins read
Ginetta set to leave the BTCC/TOCA package in 2023 as they bring three championships under one package alongside the British GT Championship.
FeaturesGinetta JuniorMaurice Henry Column

Maurice Henry Column: Winner!

4 Mins read
Maurice Henry talks about his journey through the 2022 Ginetta Junior championship, including a climb to the top step of the podium at Knockhill.
Ginetta JuniorMaurice Henry Column

Maurice Henry Column: I Have Surprised Myself

4 Mins read
Maurice Henry continues to work his way up the grid in his second season of Ginetta Juniors