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Palmer Stays With HHC For Ginetta Title Challenge

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Will Palmer has re-signed with HHC Motorsport for his second full season in the Ginetta Junior Championship in 2013.

Palmer made his debut in the series towards the end of 2011, before going on to a mixed first full season in the series last year. He took a best finish of fourth on his way to twelfth in the standings, before taking a first podium finish en-route to third in the Winter Series.

“I’m really excited to be continuing with HHC for 2013,” said Will. “After a strong learning year I feel we are in a good position to challenge for the title, especially after the promise shown at Rockingham in the Winter series. HHC were the obvious choice for us as we found them to be a great team in 2012, and Harry is sure to be a good benchmark in 2013.”

Palmer joins Winter Series champion Harry Woodhead and rookie James Kellet in the HHC line-up.

“We are delighted Will is continuing with HHC for a second full season,” added HHC team manager Charlie Kemp. “He developed a great deal as a race driver last year and regular podium positions are a realistic goal in 2013, which would make him a serious championship contender.”

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