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Cammish Considers Sportscar Move With Radical Debut

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Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain points leader Dan Cammish is to make a switch of disciplines this weekend, joining the Radical SR3 Challenge grid for Oulton Park.

The 24 year old will compete alongside fellow Formula Ford GB driver James Abbott for the weekend’s two forty-minute races. Abbott, son of Radical boss Phil, currently sits second in the SR3 points standings.

Cammish is eyeing up a move into sportscars in 2014 as he looks to move forward in career, with this season being the BRDC Rising Star’s fifth in single-seaters. The JTR driver currently holds a 150 point championship lead in Formula Ford after winning all the opening fifteen races of the season.

“I know my single-seater days are numbered,” Cammish told AUTOSPORT. “I’m looking to get as much experience as I can to get ready for the future. I’m now aiming to place myself somewhere next year, hopefully in a GT category. The Radical is something new to try and it’s all good experience.”

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