Top level Formula Ford will make its return to Knockhill with championship leader Dan Cammish aiming to break yet more records.
After a three year absence at the Scottish circuit, the MSA Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain will return as part of the BTCC support package and Cammish’s rivals will be hoping to break his incredible run of form in the opening 18 races of the year.
Cammish has one every race this season and is just one win away beating Scott Malvern‘s 2011 modern-era record for most wins in a season. The 24-year-old was one of the drivers at the 2010 visit to Knockhill, claiming a podium in the opening race but ending race two in the tyre barriers.
The most likely candidate to break Cammish 18-race winning streak is 17-year-old Harrison Scott who, after a trio of Snetterton podiums, leads the race to second in the championship standings and heads the Scholarship division thanks to nine class victories.
“The team did a fantastic job all weekend,” said Harrison of his Snetterton success. “We consolidated second place in the championship and made more progress with our car. We are all learning together and I feel a win is very close. I’m now very confident in the car and while the learning curve is still steep for me I’m confident of improving my results even further.”
Other notable mentions to potentially break the streak are the Jamun Racing trio of Jayde Kruger, Nico Maranzana and Juan Rosso, reaching second position seven times between them throughout the year. The unique undulations and often cruel weather could give them the opportunity they need to overthrow Cammish.