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Podiums The Target For Proctor Heading To Croft

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Ginetta Junior Championship leader Senna Proctor heads into his home meeting at Croft next weekend (27/28 June) hoping for a pair of podium finishes to maintain his advantage at the head of the standings.

A race-winner on each of the opening two race weekends of the season at Brands Hatch and Donington Park, Proctor bounced back from a tough outing at Thruxton in May to return to the podium at Oulton Park last time out.

While the JHR Developments racer was unable to beat double race-winner Jamie Caroline over the weekend, second and third place finishes meant he still left Cheshire with an extended 21 point championship lead.

“We showed our pace in the first two meetings of the year, and after having some technical issues at Thruxton, it was great to be back on form at Oulton,” Proctor told TCF.

“I got the early lead while a few drivers were struggling, but they’re certainly catching up now. We’re going to keep pushing on though and see if we can keep building the championship lead in the next few rounds.”

Yorkshireman Proctor is heading to Croft with happy memories from his visit twelve months ago, and wants to secure some more top three finishes in his Team BMR-backed Ginetta G40J.

“Being back on the podium is good for my confidence heading to my home meeting at Croft,” he added.

“Last year in my rookie season I finished fifth there, which was a good result in my first year I felt, so we’re certainly looking to go strongly there this year and bring back a couple more podium finishes.”

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