Lap Record: Sennan Fielding / 14th April 2012 / 1:21:622

Provisional Entry List

Race No Forename Surname Hometown Team Twitter
8 Ben Pearson Whimple R&J Motorsport B__Pearson
11 Lando Norris Glastonbury HHC Motorsport Landonorris1
13 James Kellett Leeds HHC Motorsport JamesKellett13
17 Matt Chapman Abingdon TCR MattCRacing
19 Jack Mitchell Wrotham JHR Motorsport JackMitchellx
21 William Taylforth Preston HHC Motorsport  
23 Billy Monger Charlwood Privateer billywhizz
24 Harry Mailer Partridge Green Hillspeed HarryMailer
27 Alex Sedgwick Southham JHR Developments AlexSedgwick9
28 Tom Parker Wakefield Team Dynomite team_dynomite
33 Tom Brown Oldham Tollbar Racing TomBrown21
38 Jamie Caroline Warkingham TCR jamiecaroline38
39 Lewis Brown Waddington Privateer  
42 Jonathan Hadfield Buxton R&J Motorsport JonathanLego66
43 Pedro Cardoso Brasilia Hillspeed pendrotmcardoso
44 Ryan Hadfield Buxton R&J Motorsport rhadfieldracing
45 Dan Zelos Dereham JHR Developments DanZelosRacing
46 Jack Rawles Winchester Privateer jackrawles46
55 Jamie Chadwick Hillesley JHR Developments jamiechadwick55
66 Senna Proctor Driffield Privateer SennaProctor66

Provisional Driver Standings

1 Jack Mitchell 74   11 Matt Chapman 23
2 Ryan Hadfield 52   12 Lewis Brown 16
3 Ben Pearson 42   13 Pedro Cardoso 16
4 Jonathan Hadfield 38   14 Jamie Caroline 14
5 James Kellett 36   15 Biller Monger 13
6 Jack Rawles 34   16 Harry Mailer 11
7 Lando Norris 29   17 Senna Proctor 11
8 Dan Zelos 27   18 Tom Brown 9
9 Jamie Chadwick 26   19 Alex Sedgwick 9
10 Williams Taylforth 26   20 Tom Parker 9

Mitchell Looking For Second Perfect Weekend

Jack Mitchell stole the show in the opening rounds of the Ginetta Junior Championship with a perfect weekend which saw him secure maximum points. The results didn’t come easy though, and the Ginetta Junior Championship will certainly provide plenty of entertainment this weekend. Ruth Harrison looks at the drivers.

Whilst Mitchell (JHR) secured all pole positions, wins and fastest laps on offer, it wasn’t all plain sailing for the Brands Hatch local, as he faced fierce competition from all sides, namely at the hands of new team R & J Motorsport.

Team owners Ryan & Jonathan Hadfield impressed across the board at Brands Hatch as the pair, and their third driver Ben Pearson, locked out three of the top four overall championship positions following the Kent opener with four podiums between them.

ATL Racing Fuel Cells Ginetta Junior Winter Series champion James Kellett (HHC) enjoyed a strong weekend with a second place trophy as he aims to follow in the footsteps of Seb Morris and Harry Woodhead, who translated a Winter Series victory into main championship honours.

Jamie Chadwick (JHR) and Jack Rawles (Tollbar) rounded out the returning drivers with Chadwick impressing right from the start with a podium in the first race, only to be involved in an incident in race two. Rawles kept his nose clean, narrowly missing out on a podium and promising to be one to watch this weekend.

In a predominantly rookie grid, Lando Norris (HHC) lived up to expectations, as the world class karter heads to Donington Park leading the newcomer class. He challenged for podium positions in the opener and certainly provided the crowd with much excitement.

Jamie Caroline (TCR) displayed his raw pace in qualifying as the second fastest rookie, whilst teammate Matt Chapman showed off his impressive overtaking skills as he climbed from 14th into the top 10.

Carlube backed Ginetta Junior Scholarship driver Alex Sedgwick (JHR) put on a fine show, running inside the top three rookies during qualifying, whilst his teammate Dan Zelos was equally as strong, securing a top five finish in the final race of the weekend.

William Taylforth (HHC) showed good pace in the opening round of his full season within the Ginetta Junior Championship, having joined the championship for the final three rounds of 2013, as newcomer Lewis Brown (Privateer)also impressed with his driving.

Ginetta Junior Championship stalwart team Hillspeed ended the opening weekend of the new season pleased with the progress made by its two rookie racers, Harry Mailer and Brazilian Pedro Cardoso – the latter achieving a best finish of eighth on his debut.

Billy Monger and Tom Brown enjoyed their first weekend as part of the Tollbar Racing squad, with Monger arriving at Donington with new sponsor Paragon Porsche of East Sussex behind him. The pair raced hard against Senna Proctor (Privateer) and Tom Parker (Team Dynomite) and are expected to be ones to watch as they find their feet within the sports car racing arena.

The Ginetta Junior Championship is undoubtedly one of the most popular support races to the headlining British Touring Car Championship, and for fans here at Donington Park this weekend, the skill of these teenage drivers will only cement that reputation - follow the action live on Twitter @GinettaCars.