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Donegan Joins Douglas Motorsport For Junior Season

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Keith Donegan has confirmed he will compete in the 2013 Ginetta Junior Championship with Douglas Motorsport.

Last month, Donegan announced his return to the series for a second season. Having taken one podium on his way to eighth in the championship in his debut campaign, the young Irishman is targeting the championship title this time around.

Donegan will be run by the reigning Teams Champions Douglas Motorsport, who guided Niall Murray and Andrew Watson to top five championship finishes last year.

“I’m delighted to be given the chance to run with Douglas Motorsport this year,” said Donegan. “I think it will give us a good shot at the championship and going on our recent pace and how well we’ve worked together in some pre-season testing, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t be running at the front right from the off.”

“Keith was unlucky on a number of occasions last year not to get the results he deserved, but always showed that he had the speed required to run at the front,” added Wayne Douglas, Douglas Motorsport Team Principal. “We’ve tested with Keith already this year and I’m in no doubt that he can be a title contender and we’re certainly hoping that we can keep our Team Champions title for another season.”

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