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Ginetta Juniors 2010: Where Are They Now?

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Sarah Moore

Moore returned to the Ginetta Junior Championship in 2010 as the defending champion, earmarked by many as a driver with a bright future ahead of her in the sport – however her tale, like many she raced against, is one of budget problems outweighing potential.

While clearly a fan of the G20 that proceeded it, Moore didn’t seem to click with the Ginetta G40 in 2010 – with her title defence never really getting off the ground. In fact, it wasn’t until the penultimate meeting of the season that Moore carded a podium finish, with two more on the final weekend securing her seventh in the points.

A move into single-seaters and the inaugural running of the InterSteps Championship in 2011 brought with it regular top six finishes, but since then race appearances for Moore have been few and far between.

Odd appearances in the Smart 4Two Cup and the Britcar Production Cup aside, Moore has spent the last two seasons on the sidelines, though she is hoping to return to the grid in 2014.

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