Track Record

Sennan started - as so many top drivers have done - in go kart racing at the age of nine. By the age of just 15 he was both a national and international champion. In 2006 he won the Lincolnshire Kart Racing Club championship, just as Jenson Button had done 20 years earlier, which he followed up by winning the British WTP Cadet Championship the next year.

Sennan then moved over to KF3, the kart racing class for top drivers aged 12 to 15, where he first became British KF3 Open Champion in 2009 before becoming Western European KF3 Champion.

That same year, in 2010, Sennan won the intense competition for the Ginetta Junior Scholarship 2011 against 60 other elite young drivers, aged 14-16 from across the UK and Europe, who were tested in a gruelling three day motor sports event that involved not only race driving but also fitness and media skills. In 2012 he emerged as close second in the Ginetta Junior Championship, the racing series for drivers aged between 14 and 17 who all drive the same model - the Ginetta G4OJ.

In 2013 Sennan went on to become 3rd in the BRDC Formula 4 Winter Series Championship and the 2013 MSA RSF Young Driver Of The Year. In 2014 Sennan became a Mclaren Autosport BRDC Award Finalist, after a very strong season in BRDC Formula 4. Sennan is the only person to ever win all 3 races over 1 weekend at Silverstone.

2015 was a very challenging year for Sennan and JHR Developments. How ever Sennan, through lots of hard work and a very limited budget managed to develop the JHR, MSA Formula car to get 4 wins at the end of the season and was consistently up at the front in the second half of the season. During the year, Sennan had lots of opportunities offered to him. He raced in America (Mid-Ohio) in USF2000 and in Taiwan (Penbay) in Formula Masters where he managed to get a podium. Which was a great result, being his first time in the car and on the circuit.

Also he was in a shootout in RX Lites which is a completely different discipline to anything Sennan has ever drove and managed to reach the final 4.

Sennan has driven a variety of cars, ranging from; British Touring Cars, Mclaren and Lamborghini GT3, through to Formula 2 cars.

In 2016, Sennan