Ginetta Junior

Donegan Targets The Title In Second Season

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Keith Donegan has become the latest driver to commit to a second season in the Ginetta Junior Championship.

After a strong debut campaign in 2012, the Irishman is targeting the title this campaign.

Donegan was a regular top ten finisher last season, achieving his one and only podium finish at Rockingham.

“Obviously the goal of every driver is to get the maximum out of his car and to do the best he can,” said Donegan. “Last year we maximized our potential, and considering the circumstances we did well. We learnt so much and will be looking at turning that knowledge into results for 2013. My aim is to have a good season and fight for the championship win. We will take it race by race and enjoy the close racing and competitive grids which the Ginetta Junior Championship delivers.”

Donegan joins fellow second year drivers Harry Woodhead, Oliver Chadwick, William Palmer and Tom Jackson on a talent-filled 2013 Ginetta Junior grid.

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