Ginetta Junior

HHC Celebrate Snetterton Success

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HHC Motorsport celebrated another victory in the 2012 Ginetta Junior Championship after Charlie Robertson led them to their    fourth victory of the season at Snetterton.

Robertson took victory in the weekends second race, passing championship leader Sennan Fielding for the lead at the start before leading the remainder of the race.

It made amends for a tough opening race, which saw Robertson fired off when he was leading the race, the 15 year old recovering to fifth.

Team-mate William Palmer had a tough weekend meanwhile, securing eleventh and eighth place finishes.

HHC Motorsport’s Charlie Kemp said: “One win is a great result from the weekend but we should have had a pair of victories, really. It is a shame that Charlie was affected by contact in the first race but proved his speed and racecraft by fighting back for fifth and the fastest lap which was a new lap record. We are still in with a real chance of winning the championship and can’t wait to take more wins on Charlie’s home soil next time out at Knockhill.”

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