Dan Cammish added another victory to his dominant season in the Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship, romping to a near second win in the second race of the weekend at Snetterton.
Cammish was untroubled, taking a comfortable lead on the opening lap as Jayde Kruger took second place as second placed starter Harrison Scott was pushed back to fourth. However speaking from the podium Cammish pleaded for his dominance – if not his winning streak – to end.
“I’m not knocking this success but I need some competition to keep me sharp,” he said. “For the sake of my own driving I need someone to race now. I don’t know what to say other than the team has done a superb job for me I can’t thank them enough for what they have given me.”
Though Cammish pulled away Kruger kept second place throughout the race, only coming under pressure in the closing laps from a recovering Scott as he had to deal with severe tyre wear, the flip-side of some changes on the South African’s Jamun Racing run car after the first race of the weekend. Third place gave Falcon Motorsport driver Scott an eighth Scholarship class win of the season, and a second podium of the weekend.
Scott had been pushed back to fourth, Sam Brabham pushing him from the podium places with a lap one move at Agostini. Scott’s race was further complicated by a severe oil leak on Brabham’s JTR Mygale that robbed Scott of grip and the Brabham of a race finish as engine problems brought his race to an end after just four laps.
Scott’s winning margin in the Scholarship class was a little over five seconds over Nico Maranzana who held off his Jamun teammate Juan Rosso for fourth overall.
Camren Kaminsky finished sixth despite carrying front wing for near enough the entire race after clipping the rear of Scott’s tyre as he have to brake to avoid contact with Brabham as he force his way through on the fourth corner of the opening laps.