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HHC Motorsport “Incredibly Proud” Of Champion Woodhead

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HHC Motorsport have expressed their pride in Harry Woodhead after the 16 year old wrapped up the 2013 Ginetta Junior Championship this weekend at Rockingham.

Woodhead has enjoyed a sensational campaign, with a pair of podiums at Rockingham making it sixteen rostrum in sixteen races. Eleven of those were race wins, including ten in a row over the first half of the season.

Woodhead’s success means the recently-crowned 2013 Team’s champions have now won the last three Ginetta Junior titles on offer. Charlie Robertson won the main title with them last season, before Woodhead joined them to win the 2012 Winter Series crown.

“The whole team is incredibly proud of Harry,” said Charlie Kemp, Team Manager at HHC Motorsport. “Since joining us ten months ago, he has gone from strength to strength and not only proven his ability to be the fastest driver on track but also gained the maturity and understanding  required to win a championship.”

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