Dan Cammish “eager to maintain that forward momentum at Silverstone”

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Dan Cammish BTCC
Credit: Halfords Yuasa Racing Press Office

Visiting the home of British motorsport for the first time as part of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship grid, Halfords Yuasa Racing driver Dan Cammish is hopeful of a strong showing at Silverstone.

After finally getting his maiden pole position at Knockhill last time out, Dan is brimming with confidence in both his ability and the possibility of the Honda Civic Type R excelling on the flat, sweeping curves of Silverstone.

Last year in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at the Northamptonshire circuit, Dan was on pole for both races and he managed to secure fastest lap in each race too. However, he wasn’t able to convert this to victory.

The current Jack Sears Trophy leader will be hoping that this strong pace can be converted over to NGTC machinery.

Looking ahead to this weekend. Dan said,

“After a big step forward at Knockhill I’m eager to maintain that forward momentum at Silverstone and bring home another strong set of results for the Halfords Yuasa Racing team.

“Looking ahead to Silverstone, the new Civic Type R should be well suited to this circuit and we will surely benefit from having a lighter car than many of our direct competitors.

“With this in mind, I come into the event feeling energised and confident of a successful weekend.”


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