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Proctor Remains With JHR For 2015 Ginetta Juniors

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Senna Proctor has confirmed he will stick with JHR Developments for his second season in the Kick Start Energy Ginetta Junior Championship this year.

Proctor made his debut in the BTCC-support category last year, running as a privateer for the opening two meetings before linking up with the JHR team.

The 16 year old, son of former BTCC racer Mark Proctor, notched seven top ten finishes during the year, including a maiden podium finish at Knockhill.

A strong showing in the Winter Series in November followed, Proctor adding three more podium finishes to finish second overall, spurring him on to mount an outright title challenge this year.

“I am very excited to be returning to the KICK Start Energy Ginetta Junior Championship this season,” said Proctor.

“We had a positive first year in the championship and after gaining knowledge of the circuits and the car, I am confident for the forthcoming campaign. I plan to be on the podium from the outset, and will hopefully pick up a number of race wins and fight for the overall title.

“This year is going to be very competitive with 26 drivers on the grid, which makes it even harder to clinch the title, but we’re going to give it a good go!”

Proctor is the third driver to be confirmed at reigning champions JHR for the 2015 campaign alongside Dan Zelos and Esmee Hawkey, while rookie Rowan Bailey is expected to be announced by the team soon.

“Senna has improved at rapid rate since joining the team,” added JHR team principal Steven Hunter.

“We have watched him climb up the result sheets over the 2014 season and we are looking forward to seeing what Senna can do in a full campaign with JHR. I’m sure he will be right up the sharp end of the grid.”


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