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Senna Proctor For Ginetta Junior Championship Return

Senna Proctor For Ginetta Junior Championship Return

Senna Proctor has today confirmed his plans to return to the KICK Start Energy Ginetta Junior Championship with JHR Developments for 2015, following a strong debut in the BTCC support series last season.

The 16 year old from Bridlington enjoyed a podium in the main 2014 series, before taking a trio of top three results in the KICK Start Energy Ginetta Junior Winter Series in November 2014. Proctor said;"I am very excited to be returning to the KICK Start Energy Ginetta Junior Championship this season.  

“We had a positive first year in the championship with some good races and a trip to the podium at Knockhill, and, after gaining knowledge of the circuits and the car, I am confident of my forthcoming championship campaign. I plan to be on the podium from the outset, and will hopefully pick up a number of race wins and fight for the overall title.”

Steven Hunter, Team Principal at JHR Developments added;“Senna has improved at rapid rate since joining the team. We have watched him climb up the result sheets over the 2014 season and we are looking forward to seeing what Senna can do in a full campaign with JHR. I'm sure he will be right up the sharp end of the grid.”

Despite having only three years of competitive motorsport behind him, Proctor is hoping to be instrumental in ensuring JHR Developments secure the KICK Start Energy Ginetta Junior Teams Championship for a second year running.

Proctor concluded;"I know that in 2015, I will have the right tools around me; JHR Developments are a great team, I am also looking forward to working again with Dan Zelos, also in his second year with the team which brings continuity. We work very well together and along with the other drivers in the team we hope to retain the Teams Championship for Steve.

“Our winter testing programme is going well and I have focused on improving on the elements which weren’t as strong as they could be in 2014. This year is going to be very competitive with 26 drivers on the grid, which makes it even harder to clinch the title, but we’re going to give it a good go!”