Cammish departs Team Dynamics ahead of 2021 BTCC season

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Dan Cammish (GBR) Halfords Yuasa Racing Honda Civic Type R

Dan Cammish will not be part of Team Dynamics‘ line-up for the 2021 British Touring Car Championship season after the team announced the departure of the title challenger.

Cammish joined the team in 2018 and challenged over the past two seasons for overall honours with 2019 seeing him getting the closest with Colin Turkington denying him in an epic at Brands Hatch.

This featured eight race victories and a total of 31 podiums over the course of his time with the team. Gordon Shedden has since been confirmed in the first Team Dynamics seat on Friday (5 March) with the identity of the second driver to come in the next few weeks.

“Whilst it is really disappointing for me, I have to thank Dynamics for their faith in bringing me into the Championship three years ago,” said Cammish.

“If it weren’t for them, I probably wouldn’t have got my ‘big break’ in the BTCC and managed to do what I have done. We have parted on exceptional terms and I will be keeping in contact going forward. You never know what the future will bring.”

James Rodgers, Team Manager at Team Dynamics, added: “Dan is and always will be part of the Dynamics family. We have tried very hard to keep Dan as part of the team for 2021, but it was not to be, and we have had to part ways.

While his former teammate, Matt Neal paid tribute: “Dan is a fantastic guy and has been a great driver for us! We wish him all the very best for the future and will very much be keeping in touch.”

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