Ginetta Junior

Ten In Ten: Proctor Secures Vital Brands Hatch Pole

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Senna Proctor has taken the final pole position of the 2015 Ginetta Junior Championship season, in the process completing a remarkable campaign for the series in which the ten different qualifying sessions have produced ten different pole-sitters.

Proctor’s best effort of 1m 47.650s gives him his first pole position in his two seasons in the championship, with the Team BMR-backed driver finishing up over three tenths of a second faster than his title rival Jamie Caroline.

While Caroline took his Pirtek Racing-liveried G40J to second on the timesheets, a grid penalty carried over from Silverstone last time out means he will line up seventh on the grid for the opening race this afternoon.

Billy Monger takes his place on the front row ahead of Dan Zelos, meaning it will be a JHR Developments lock-out of the front three positions ahead of lead Rookies Stuart Middleton and Dave Wooder.

Lewis Brown completes the top six, having finished up just 0.026s shy of Middleton in fourth, with Devlin DeFrancesco, Charlie Fagg and Kyle Hornby rounding out the top ten behind Caroline, the fastest ten drivers split by 1.156s at the flag.

Patrik Matthiesen was eleventh quickest, seven places behind Middleton, the driver he’s battling for the Rookie Cup honours. Matt Chapman was a lowly twelfth meanwhile, a frustrating session for a driver who led the way in FP1 on Friday.

Full qualifying results can be found here.

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