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HHC Continues Stunning Winning Streak

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HHC Motorsport have continued their superb start to the 2013 Ginetta Junior Championship by making it four wins in four at Donington Park.

HHC’s Harry Woodhead followed up his double victory at Brands Hatch with another double pole position and double race victory in Leicestershire.

His team-mate Will Palmer continued a strong start to the season with third and fourth place finishes, while the team’s rookie driver James Kellett stunned his rivals with a fifth and a second place, his first podium in his first season of car racing.

HHC Motorsport is celebrating a stunning start to the Ginetta Junior Championship after a fourth successive win at Donington Park yesterday.

“What a weekend!” exclaimed HHC Motorsport’s Charlie Kemp. “Harry’s start to the season has been superb and four wins in a row is outstanding, but it is equally pleasing to see Will on the podium and making a very strong Championship start. James is proving to be impressive in his rookie season. He’s racing at these circuits for the first time and looking like a veteran. We can’t wait for Thruxton and the next two races.”

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