Porsche Carrera Cup GB

Sweet Seven For Cammish in Race Nine

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Dan Cammish dominated the ninth encounter of the 2015 Porsche Carrera Cup GB, never once being troubled during a serene Sunday morning drive at Snetterton.

Behind the Redline Racing driver, Josh Webster got the better of Michael Meadows, Team Parker Racing stealing the second podium slot from Samsung SUHD TV Racing. The second Samsung car driven by James Sutton became embroiled in a turn two collision that ruled him out of the race.

Behind, Jayde Kruger was a late spinner for Brookspeed after a failed attack on the Parr Motorsport car of Dino Zamparelli for sixth.

Jordan Witt, Ignas Gelzinis and Jack Falla are the clear 2015 stars of Pro-Am1 and they have continued to stamp their authority on first, second and third on the rostrum this weekend. Each appears to have a slight edge over the driver behind, that simply seems insurmountable in Norfolk. Redline besting Juta Racing besting Redline.

In a relatively calm Pro-Am2 encounter, Peter Jennings gave G-Cat Racing something to smile about with a class victory, their Pro entry of Ryan Cullen having been involved in Sutton’s turn two maladies. John McCullagh continued his good form for Redline with a second and Nerijus Dagilis became the second Juta driver to take a class podium with third.

Full results may be found here: http://www.tsl-timing.com/event/153203

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