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Robertson Makes Ginetta Return In GT4 Supercup

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Charlie Robertson will make a return to Ginetta racing in 2014, sticking with HHC Motorsport to race in the Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup.

The 2012 Ginetta Junior Champion made a move into single-seater racing last season, with a hugely impressive maiden campaign seeing him secure three race wins en-route to third in the inaugural BRDC Formula 4 Championship, success that made him become the youngest ever finalist in the prestigious McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.

The 17 year old initially considering a graduation into European single-seater racing in the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup for 2014, but has made the move to the BTCC-supporting Supercup as he feels sportscar competition offers increased career potential.

Robertson will once again race with Supercup debutants HHC Motorsport, their fourth consecutive year working together, with key backing from long-standing sponsor Investigo.

“It’s going to be fantastic racing on the BTCC weekends again and I’m really looking forward to being back as part of the Ginetta family, especially with Investigo’s continued support,” said Robertson.

“Formula 4 was great, I learned a lot and it was a fantastic experience, but sportscars offer a much more realistic opportunity for a professional career. We’ve obviously got a strong link with Ginetta, and the GT4 Supercup is the perfect place to learn.

“Staying with HHC was always the plan. We’ve worked so well together over the last three years, they gave me a winning car in Ginetta Junior and Formula 4, and I know the same will be the case this year in the GT4 Supercup. I can’t wait to get behind the wheel now in testing.”

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