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Chadwick Sticks With JHR For Title Challenge

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2013 Ginetta Junior Scholarship winner Jamie Chadwick will stick with JHR Developments for her second season in the Ginetta Junior Championship this year.

The 15 year old enjoyed a strong debut season in Ginetta Juniors in 2013, making her first trip to the podium at Knockhill in August as a Rookie Cup winner, before showcasing her potential with two pole positions and two outright podium finishes in the end-of-season Winter Series.

“2013 was a terrific learning year and it was good to demonstrate my pace at the end of the season with poles and podiums,” said Chadwick. “For 2014, we did review our situation thoroughly, and JHR have assured us that we will have the car, personnel and team to mount a challenge for the Championship.”

“Continuity is important and I’m also delighted that Jonny Adam will return as my driver coach. We understand that Ginetta are attracting a big grid for this year’s Junior races – and deservedly so. It’s a fantastic Championship, at awesome venues, in front of really supportive crowds, and live on ITV4. It really doesn’t get much better for someone of my age!”

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