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Xentek Motorsport currently lead the 2019 Ginetta GT5 challenge team championship whilst one of their drivers, Scott McKenna, leads the overall Championship.
We’re half way through the 2019 Ginetta Junior season and I take a look back through the season so far.
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Hibbert wins round 10 at Oulton Park, by over a second from King.
Will Martin, Richardson Racing, wins second race of the weekend in the 2019 Ginetta Junior Championship.
A look at the 2019 Ginetta Junior Championship before it takes on Oulton Park for rounds nine and ten.
After a dominant display at Croft, Harry King heads to Oulton Park as Championship leader.
Will Burns takes a fourth podium of the season.
King back on top of the championship after second win Croft.
The first ever one-make Ginetta 24 hour, exclusive to Ginetta G40 cars, has been confirmed for November this year.
King wins race two,as Hibbert is fired onto the grass at the hairpin.
Richardson Racing claims two steps on the podium; with Will Martin in first and Casper Stevenson in third.
Harry King beats Tom Hibbert second by over 13 seconds, in 5 lap wet race at Croft.
Harry King incurs 10 second penalty to hand race win to Hibbert.