Ginetta Junior

Foster: You don’t shake your rookie status

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Elite Motorsport’s Louis Foster says his top results don’t mean he’s shaken off his rookie status, though he admitted he is focused on the overall Ginetta Junior title.

In just his first year of car racing, Foster has taken three overall victories, including two in the latest round of the championship at Knockhill.

The 15-year-old is currently second in the overall championship, 32 points behind team-mate Adam Smalley.

Despite settling into his car racing career, Foster says he has a long way to go before he can drop the rookie status.

“I don’t think I’ve shaken off the rookie status, you never really do,” Foster told The Checkered Flag.

“It’s my first full year. It’s great to be able to get these wins here, but I’ve still got a long way to go.”

With two more wins under his belt, Foster is confident heading into the final two rounds of the championship.

“I’m feeling positive. We’re in striding distance of the overall championship win and the rookie one is going really well, so far.

“If we just aim for the overall one and see how high up we get, hopefully we can come away with the rookie [title] and hopefully the top three [in the overall championship].”


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