The Ginetta Junior Championship is the UK’s longest running junior series, offering the first step on the motorsport ladder for 14-17 year old racing drivers. Where better to cut your racing teeth than as part of the BTCC support series.

Giving aspiring teenage drivers the perfect platform to showcase their talents not only to a massive trackside audience, but to millions of fans at home as part of the highest profile Junior championship in Europe.

The Ginetta Junior Championship is a proven tool in the development of drivers moving on to a variety of different Motorsport disciplines.

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11th

Bio

Luke Browning #12

Nationality Great Britain

Age 15

Lives Chesire

Website http://lukebrowningracing.co.uk

Twitter @lukeracing11

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Racing Career in Brief

Luke Browning is a rising star of British motorsport. He began his competition career aged 10 in the North West of England’s regional karting scene.

In 2016, as one of the youngest in the Citroen Saxo Championship for 14 – 17 year olds, Luke became one of the stars of the series. The season was capped by a victory at Brands Hatch.

For 2017, Luke has stepped up to the Simpson Race Products Ginetta Junior Championship with Richardson Racing and has already collected a second place finish in the Rookie Class at Luke’s home circuit of Oulton Park at only the fourth meeting of the season.

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15th

Bio

Matt Luff #72

Nationality Great Britain

Age 15

Lives Romford

Website

Twitter @Matt_Luff_2772

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Racing Career in Brief

The 15 year old from Romford finised inside the top three at the Ginetta Junior Scholarship last year and is hoping his frontrunning pace will help him pick up multiple rookie podiums in his maiden year, giving him a shot at the 2017 rookie Championship honours.

Like many Ginetta Junior competitiors, Matt has a decorated background in karting. He won the British Schools Karting Championship last season, as well as the SODI World Series title in Paris in both 2015 and 2016. Not only that, but his local council have recently named him London Borough of Havering Junior Sports Champion of the Year 2016.