Ginetta Junior

Tollbar Confirm Rookies Day And Charpentier

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Tollbar Racing have signed Alex Day and Tristan Charpentier as their first two drivers for the 2015 Kick Start Energy Ginetta Junior Championship.

Both drivers head into the championship eyeing up a challenge for the Rookie Cup honours, with Day having experience under his belt from the 2014 Winter Series.

The 15 year old won three of the final five races in the Junior Saloon Car Championship last season before going on to take fifth on his Ginetta debut with Tollbar.

Frenchman Charpentier meanwhile is set to make his car-racing debut after a number of years in karting, competing in French, European and World competition.

“It’s a great opportunity for me to compete in the Ginetta Junior Championship this year,” said Charpentier.

“I am looking to take the rookie title and a top ten in the championship, which would be great for my first year in car racing.”

2015 Ginetta Junior Grid So Far:

Team: Drivers:
Tollbar Racing Alex Day, Tristan Charpentier
Douglas Motorsport Stuart Middleton
JHR Developments Dan Zelos, Esmee Hawkey, Rowan Bailey (TBC)
Supergreen Racing Ben Green
Richardson Chassis Engineeering Will Tregurtha
Hillspeed Harry Mailer, Benjamin Wallace
HHC Motorsport Jamie Caroline, Patrik Matthiesen
Total Control Racing Matt Chapman


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