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Pyro Expand Into Ginetta Juniors With Newcomer Fulk

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Leading Renault UK Clio Cup squad Team Pyro are expanding into the Ginetta Junior Championship for the first time this season with car-racing rookie Zak Fulk.

The 14 year old makes the step up with five years of karting experience under his belt, including finishing fifth in the Junior Super One Rotax championship last season.

Fulk, who has teamed up with Infinity Sports Management ahead of the campaign, has been testing with Pyro across the winter, including visits to Thruxton and Brands Hatch.

Pyro are one of the biggest teams in the BTCC support paddock meanwhile, having dominated the Clio Cup with seven drivers titles in the last eight seasons.

 “Overall, I am feeling excited about my first stab at the world of car racing. The prospect of it is really starting to sink in,” said Fulk.

“To begin with it is going to be hard, however as long as we look to improve every time we get into the car, we will get there.

“For me, the best thing about this season is going to be the wheel to wheel racing that these cars always produce. On top of that, I am looking forward to the large crowds and great atmosphere” 

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