Ginetta Junior

Ginetta Juniors 2010: Where Are They Now?

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The Ginetta Junior Championship has, over the years, been the starting point for the careers of a large amount of British racing stars, with drivers moving on from the series to become champions in touring cars, GT racing and single-seaters.

One year in particular, 2010, stands out for having housed the most talented collection of drivers in the championship’s eight year history.

That season was the first for the Ginetta G40J racer, and the new car, combined with the competitive grid, led to some memorable racing that’s still etched in this writer’s memory.

After two of the ‘class of 2010’ secured big national championship wins in 2013, The Checkered Flag have decided to have a look at what the Junior alumni have been up to since that season.

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Simon is an experienced journalist and PR officer, who has worked in the national motorsport paddocks for over a decade, primarily on the BTCC support package.
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