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Hadfield Confirms Second Ginetta Junior Campaign

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Jonathan Hadfield is targeting a championship challenge in the 2015 Kick Start Energy Ginetta Junior Championship after confirming his return to the category with family team R&J Motorsport.

Hadfield made his debut in the BTCC support category last season in the maiden year for the R&J outfit, picking up top ten finishes from the off.

The 16 year old showed some impressive racecraft as he battled to eight top ten results in total, with a best finish of fourth at Silverstone in September helping him to eleventh in the standings.

Hadfield said: “I have high hopes for this season and am really excited to get it underway, challenging for outright wins and the overall championship as R & J have given me the best chances this season.”

 

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