Leading Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship squads Elite Motorsport and R Racing will run 11 cars between them this season.
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Ginetta have announced a new competition for young drivers to win a factory development driver role.
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The next wave of racing superstars are rising through the ranks, despite the many challenges that stand in their way.
We’re half way through the 2019 Ginetta Junior season and I take a look back through the season so far.
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.
Will Martin wins round eight at Croft after, the first race got cancelled.
Will Martin wins race one of the 2019 Ginetta Junior Championship at Thruxton by over six seconds.
For the third round of the Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship, the youngsters shall take on the UK’s fastest track, Thruxton
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James Hedley takes his second win and his third podium of the weekend in the Ginetta Junior Championship at Donington Park.
Rookie Roman Bilinski takes pole in qualifying at Donington Park ahead of round three.
TOCA regulars Richardson Racing join Porsche Carrera GB grid in 2020 as team targets long-term goal of racing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Richardson Racing claims two steps on the podium; with Will Martin in first and Casper Stevenson in third.
The youngsters of the Ginetta Junior Championship set to take on the newly resurfaced north east track of Croft for two races.
I take a look at how Richardson Racing fared over the second race weekend of the 2019 Ginetta Junior Championship.
Rounds three, four and five of the Ginetta Junior Championship will see the youngsters take to the tarmac at Donington Park.