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Chadwick Returns For 2013 Ginetta Title Bid

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Ollie Chadwick has confirmed he will return to the Ginetta Junior Championship in 2013, with championship glory his target.

The 16 year old secured his first race win during 2012, finishing seventh in the championship standings.

“It’s a brilliant championship, and I really enjoyed the racing during 2012. However, we had a few disappointments, so I feel we have unfinished business,” said the Gloucestershire-based racer.“ Hopefully we’ll get a big grid and some good close racing.”

Chadwick will once again run with JHR Developments for what will be his third season in the series.

“We are looking forward to backing Ollie in his championship bid for 2013,” added JHR team principal Steven Hunter. “We have worked really well with Ollie over the past few years and there’s no doubt that the bond the team and driver have will help Ollie with his assault on the championship next season.”

Ollie’s return means he will come up against his young sister Jamie, the 14 year old having recently won the annual Scholarship programme. This will be the first time siblings have competed against each other in the series since Sarah and David Moore in 2010.

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