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Ginetta Stars Receive Words Of Experience From F1 Legend

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Ginetta Junior Championship stars Ollie and Jamie Chadwick received advice from legendary racer Sir Stirling Moss OBE during a recent charity event.

Sir Stirling Moss and Lady Moss are patrons for the ‘Hope for Tomorrow’ charity, which both Ollie and Jamie Chadwick are also long standing supporters of, sporting the charity’s logos on their cars. They met at a recent private preview at the Pole Position Gallery in Tetbury.

Speaking after the event, Jamie said: “It was great to chat with Sir Stirling and Lady Moss, they both showed lots of interest in our racing and compared the simplicity of our race cars, and the wheel-to-wheel racing, with those of the earlier eras.”

Ollie added: “We are proud to be associated with Hope for Tomorrow, alongside such great names as Sir Stirling Moss, Derek Bell MBE and Sir Jack Brabham, and we hope to do our bit to help raise interest and more donations.”

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