Being a racing driver isn’t just about driving as fast as you can. Okay, it’s a big part of it, but mental and physical fitness, as well as a degree of media savviness is crucial to making it big.
Luckily for the winner of our 2017 Ginetta Junior Scholarship, we’ve got all that sorted. Our friends at Goodman Media and iZone Driver Performance have once again stepped up to the mark to give this year’s Scholar an awesome driver support package worth in excess of £800. Like winning a fully funded racing season wasn’t enough right?
Goodman Media and iZone Driver Performance can even help competitors prepare for the big event through a bespoke preparation package for all accepted scholarship entries. Drivers who book in for this will benefit from media training designed by television presenter extraordinaire Louise Goodman and driver training by top motorsport coaches on iZone’s state-of-the-art simulators.
So, if you think you’ve got what it takes to follow in the footsteps of Adam Smalley, Daniel Harper, Stuart Middleton, Alex Sedgewick, Jamie Chadwick, Oli Basey-Fisher and Sennan Fielding, then wait no longer. Entering the competition takes five minutes, costs £396.00 and could change your life.
Taking place at Blyton Park, Ginetta’s own race track, 60 ambitious young racers will be put to the ultimate racing driver test between the 23 and 25 October. There will be two qualification days, each with driving, fitness and media assessments, before a grand finale sees the 20 most promising drivers from the first two days invited back for the final.
For more information on this year’s scholarship, visit http://ginetta.com/scholarship
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