Ginetta Junior

Junior Grid Grows With Rawles And Brown

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Jack Rawles and Lewis Brown have become the latest drivers to announce their entries into the 2014 Ginetta Junior Championship, making it twelve confirmed drivers already for the BTCC-supporting series.

Rawles will return in 2014 with Ginetta stalwarts Tollbar Racing, following a successful debut season in 2013 as a family-run privateer. The 16 year old won two Rookie Cup trophies on the opening weekend at Brands Hatch, and ended the year as the ‘Spirit of the Championship’ award winner.

In his second season, the Hampshire-based is targeting the overall title

“I am very pleased to be part of the Tollbar Racing Team, I know with the testing plan we have in place and the knowledge, expertise and facilities at Tollbar Racing I am in the best possible place for 2014 ready to challenge for the Ginetta Junior Championship title,” said Rawles.

Brown meanwhile steps up to car-racing for the first time following a positive experience in the Ginetta Junior Scholarship in October. The Lincolnshire-based racer will run as a privateer.

“Ginetta offers me a fantastic route to boost my career in motorsport and to progress through the classes into GT racing,” commented Brown. “After meeting the Ginetta team at the Ginetta Junior Scholarship last year, I realised just how committed they are to their championships and it will be fantastic to be a part of the Ginetta Junior Championship this season – I look forward to the challenging racing in 2014.”

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