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Ginetta Junior Drivers To Receive MSA Workshops

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Ginetta have announced further links with the Motor Sports Association (MSA), with the drivers from the Ginetta Junior Championship being selected to receive the MSA’s Performance Master Classes.

The interactive workships aim to introduce young drivers to some of the concepts involved in the human performance training further up the MSA Academy, with the subjects covered including what it takes to success, how to work with in a race team environment as well as information on fitness and nutrition.

“It’s great to have the MSA recognise something which Ginetta have believed for years; that the Ginetta Junior championship is a great proving ground for future stars in motorsport,” said Lawrence Tomlinson, Chairman of Ginetta Cars.

“The MSA’s commitment to improving standards throughout the sport has resulted in the development of Performance Master Classes, which introduce drivers to the concepts of sports science and human performance that will play an increasing role as their careers develop,” added Robert Reid, MSA Performance Director.

“Ginetta Junior has become a popular first rung on the racing ladder for many aspiring young drivers and the MSA is pleased to support it with this series of workshops.”

The MSA will deliver these workshops free of charge to Ginetta Junior competitors during the Friday test days at Oulton Park (7 June), Croft (21 June) and Silverstone (27 September).

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