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Ginetta Juniors 2010: Where Are They Now?

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Seb Morris

While all his Juniors rivals mentioned so far have gone on to forge careers in GT racing, Seb Morris has taken the single-seater route post-Ginettas, enjoying much success in open-wheel formulae.

When Seb joined the Juniors grid in 2010, he was a fresh-faced 14 year old making his first steps into car-racing. A Donington podium was the highlight of his debut main campaign, which he followed up with success in the 2010 Winter Series.

The Welshman went on to dominate the 2011 championship, with eleven wins over the course of the season – a series record that he still holds to this day.

A successful move into Formula Renault BARC followed in 2012, Morris finishing up third in the main championship with five race wins and seven pole positions to his name, before claiming the Winter Series crown – his third title in three years.

This season Morris moved across to the new-for-2013 BRDC Formula 4 Championship, the 17 year old earning a McLaren BRDC Autosport award nomination after an ultra-consistent run to second in the championship. A move into Europe is in the pipeline for 2014, with Formula One the ultimate goal.

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