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Ginetta Launch Grid Girl Competition

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Could You Be A Ginetta Grid Girl? - Photo Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


Ginetta are offering eight women from across the UK the opportunity to be a grid girl for the 2012 Ginetta GT Supercup and Ginetta Junior Championships.

Ginetta are looking for one woman per race meeting to be the face of Ginetta for the weekend, standing at the head of the grid before each of the championship races, being seen by thousands of fans on the live ITV4 coverage, as well as across the wider print and online media.

The competition will draw a girl for each round, giving eight chances to win. The lucky winners will be invited to join Ginetta at the race weejend, where they will be treated to full hospitality and get to meet members of the motorsport industry, the teams, drivers and celebrity guests.

The eight weekends the competition is running for are: 

1.       April 28th/29th Thruxton

2.       June 9th/10th Oulton Park (Island)

3.       June 23rd/24th Croft

4.       August 11th/12th Snetterton (300)

5.       August 25th/26th Knockhill

6.       September 22nd/23rd Rockingham

7.       October 6th/7th Silverstone

8.       October 20th/21st Brands Hatch (GP)

To enter the contest, you need to email four photos of yourself (two face / two body) to [email protected] and include the following information:

Full name:


Dress size:

Shoe size:



Mobile No:

Current Location:

Why would you make a good Grid Girl?

Which date / circuit are you free to attend?



–           Girls must be over 18 to enter.

–           All email entries must contain four photos.

–           Full outfit will be provided

–           Images must be at least 100kb in size and no more than 1mb.

–           Winners need to be available for the race date and able to make their own way to and from the track.

–           Hours will be 10am – 6pm.

–           The final girl will be chosen by the Ginetta team two weeks prior to the race.

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