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King Back For Ginetta Junior Winter Series With Elite

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Harry King is hoping to cap off his hugely promising year in the Ginetta Junior Championship with a successful weekend in the annual Winter Series at Brands Hatch (12/13 November).

King was one of the leading rookies in this year’s main championship with Elite Motorsport, with five outright podium finishes including race victories at Snetterton and Rockingham.

The 15 year old will lead a three car entry from the Elite squad in the Winter Series, with JSCC star Katie Milner making her Ginetta debut, while Greg Johnson joins the team from Rob Boston Racing.

“I’m hoping to have a successful winter series, which I can build upon and carry through to the start of the 2017 season,” said King.

“I’m also looking forward to working with my new team mates Greg and Katie. I’m certain that I’m in the right team to have great success and simply cannot wait for it to get underway.”

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