Ginetta has awarded two scholarships for the 2021 Ginetta Junior Championship.
In a close fought contest, 27 drivers made it through to the final day of the scholarship assessment at Blyton Park.
Unable to pick between Robert de Haan and Maurice Henry, the manufacturer made the decision to crown two scholars for the first time in the scholarship’s history.
They receive free entry into the 2021 Ginetta Junior Championship, professional car preperation, and a number of consumables such as tyres and fuel.
Both drivers have enjoyed successful karting careers. De Haan claimed the 2019 German karting championship and finished third in the FIA Karting Academy Trophy. Henry has won multiple awards in regional karting tournaments and, in 2020, took a stage win in the F1000 Junior Rally Championship.
De Haan and Henry will be aiming to follow in the footsteps of 2020 Scholarship winner Tom Lebbon, who took the overal title in his rookie season and is now testing single seater cars.
Image credit: Ginetta/Jakob Ebrey Photography
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