Cammish Makes It Six Of The Best With Donington Sweep

by Dan Mason
Cammish (JEP)

Dan Cammish kept his 100 per cent record intact with the most dominant win from his electric start to the 2013 Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship, making it six victories from six in race three at Donington.

The script remained the same following another great start from the Leeds driver, Cammish heading Nico Maranzana away from turn one with Lassi Halminen and Harrison Scott chasing Maranzana in the fight over second, third and fourth.

Behind them, Luke Williams was making up for his race two retirement following technical problems, passing his Jamun Racing team-mate Juan Rosso for fifth position at McLeans before quickly drafting past Scott on the front straight for fourth at the end of lap one.

With Cammish pulling away and Maranzana also edging clear of the chasing pack in second, Williams then went hunting after Halminen for third position, diving inside the Falcon Motorsport car at Redgate on lap three but losing out on the exit having gone in slightly too hot on this occassion.

Williams tried the same move a lap later into Redgate but this time it ended in tears as the pair made contact, Halminen the casualty as he was sent spinning into the gravel trap and immediate retirement.

Rosso was the biggest gainer from the incident as he took up third spot, Williams trying to recover from his misunderstanding by crawling all over the back of Scott’s Falcon Mygale in a bid to grab back fourth place.

Williams eventually got the better of his rival with a much smoother exit from Redgate, making it a Jamun Racing 2-3-4 behind the rampant Cammish.

The JTR man was never troubled at the front and went on to take his sixth win in six races by over 12 seconds, Maranzana taking Scholarship honours in third but being robbed of second place after running out of fuel, crawling across the line behind Rosso with Williams and Scott next up, the win meaning Cammish extends his early points lead to 55 over Maranzana.

Sam Brabham finished a lonely sixth ahead James Abbott who got the better of Fred Martin-Dye, George Blundell also disposing of Martin-Dye to finish eighth, Andy Richardson taking the flag in 10th spot.

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