Ginetta Junior

Chadwick Hoping To Close Championship Points Gap

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Ollie Chadwick is looking to put a difficult meeting at Croft behind him and score some useful points in his Ginetta Junior campaign this weekend.

Sixteen year old Chadwick, who recently sat his GCSEs, left the Yorkshire circuit with an eighth and fifth place finish in the series for youngsters.

With just thirty points covering third to eighth in the closely fought championship, Chadwick is confident to put his title challenge back on track at the Snetterton 300 circuit.

His results this season have not gone unnoticed, having recently been invited to join the MSA academy.

“Croft was disappointing. I was hit off at the start of the first race and had to work hard to make a recovery, and in the second race I was held up for the first lap, and couldn’t quite catch the leading pack.”

“However, I’m looking forward to the weekend ahead,” explained Chadwick. “Snetterton 300 is a circuit that I have always enjoyed and demonstrated competitive pace. It’s very much on the edge in places, which is how I like it.”

“Hopefully we can really push on for some good results here, this weekend, and then it’ll put me right back in the running as the second half of the season continues.”

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