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Frank Wrathall Nationality English Date of birth October 4, 1986 (1986-10-04) (age 24) Place of birth Lancaster (England) 2011 British Touring Car Championship Debut season 2011 Current team Dynojet Car no. TBA Starts 0 Wins 0 Poles 0 Fastest laps 0 Previous series 2008-2010 2007 1998-2007 Ginetta G50 Cup Ginetta G20 Championship Karting Championship titles 2010 Ginetta G50 Cup Awards 2010 2007 2006-2007 BRDC Rising Star Ginetta Rookie of the Year Will Hoy Scholarship Winner Frank Wrathall Jnr. (born 4 October 1986 in Lancaster) is a British motor racing driver. He won the Ginetta G50 Cup in 2010 and going to debut for Dynojet in the 2011 British Touring Car Championship season. Contents 1 Career 1.1 Early career 1.2 Ginetta Racing 1.3 British Touring Car Championship 2 Dynoject Race Team 3 Reference 4 External links // Career Early career Wrathall started his racing career in karting in the 1998 Cormer Cadet Series. He spent the next six years progressing up through the karting ranks, winning several championships along the way.[1] Ginetta Racing In 2007, Wrathall swaped from karts to racing Ginetta cars. He took part in the 2007 Ginetta G20 Championship, debuting at Oulton Park and finishing the season in 8th place, with two podium results. This won him Ginetta Rookie of the Year. He graduated to the G50 Cup for the 2008 season, finishing second in 2008 and 2009 seasons. This spurred Wrathall on during the 2010 Ginetta G50 Cup season, leading to him eventually being crowned champion, after five race wins and 19 podium finishes.[1] British Touring Car Championship Wrathall will move into the BTCC in 2011, racing for Dynojet in a NGTC Toyota Avensis[2] . Dynoject Race Team Dynojet Race Team, is a family run team, founded by Frank Wrathall Snr. He built the team up to help develop his son Frank‚Äôs racing career. The team is regarded as one of the best teams in the Ginetta race series.[3] The team is sposored by Dynojet, who make parts for the automotive industry.[4] In the 2010 Ginetta G50 Cup season, Dynojet won both the drivers and teams championship. Reference ^ a b http://www.frankwrathall.co.uk/about.cfm ^ O'Leary, Jamie (5 November 2010). "Hollamby to continue in BTCC". autosport.com (Haymarket Publications). http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/87933. Retrieved 5 November 2010.  ^ http://www.frankwrathall.co.uk/team.cfm ^ http://www.dynojet.co.uk/ External links Frank Wrathall's Website This article needs additional categories. Please help out by adding categories to it so that it can be listed with similar articles. (December 2010) Persondata Name Wrathall, Frank Alternative names Short description Date of birth 4 October 1986 Place of birth Lancaster (England) Date of death Place of death