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Priaulx Excited For Ginetta Junior Debut At Snetterton

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Seb Priaulx says he “can’t wait” to make his car-racing debut in the 2015 Ginetta Junior Winter Series at Snetterton this weekend (7/8 November).

The 14 year old, son of three-time World Touring Car champion and current British Touring Car racer Andy Priaulx, makes his competitive racing bow with JHR Developments.

Priaulx narrowly missed out on winning the Ginetta Junior Scholarship last week, finishing as the runner-up after the three-day competition at Bedford Autodrome.

The Guernseyman is one of seven Ginetta Junior debutants competing this weekend as part of a nineteen car entry, the largest in Winter Series history.

“This is my first race and I can’t wait. There is so much for me to learn and this is an ideal chance to gain some experience before the winter break,” said Priaulx.

“It looks like the conditions will be very changeable and this will make the experience all the more demanding. Let’s see how it all unfolds and I hope that I can have four good races.”

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