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Nationwide Accident Repair Services heads to Donington Park for rounds three and four of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB season as Dino Zamparelli aims to extend his Championship lead, while Dan Cammish aims to build on his opening three races in the British Touring Car Championship.

25-year old Bristolian Zamparelli ran away from the PCCGB field despite wet conditions during race one in Kent, opening up over a 10-second lead before slowing his pace to ensure the win. With race two being the series’ first reverse-grid event, Dino started fifth and carefully climbed to third, bringing home valuable points.

“It was a good day’s work,” said Dino. “They weren’t the easiest conditions to have the races in, but the Nationwide Accident Repairs Redline Racing Porsche was really good.

“You can overtake at Donington and I’m excited to see what we can do. I hope it is a little racier than Brands Hatch. We showed some awesome pace and have to take that through. I’m gelling well with my engineer, with Redline Racing, and with Nationwide, so for me it is all about keeping going, progressing, and scoring points.”

For Nationwide ambassador Dan Cammish the BTCC opener was full of ups and downs, with the Yorkshireman setting a quick time in qualifying and scoring points in the tricky conditions. “The races at Brands Hatch were tough and it was changeable conditions which made it difficult for everyone,” said Cammish.

“We got some points on the board and I’m looking forward to Donington. I tend to go quite well there. I’ve sat down and looked at the data from Brands and we did a good job over one lap. I’m new to touring cars and the Civic Type-R (FK8) is new to the team so there is still learning to be done, but I’m in a good environment so hopefully we can put on a good show for the team at Nationwide.”

Teamwork is the bedrock of success in motorsport, which is why the strong team ethos of Redline Racing has helped Nationwide Accident Repairs become the most successful sponsor in the history of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB. Teamwork is also an important trait of Nationwide, which believes that working as a team helps every member of staff deliver the very best quality for the company’s customers, every time.

Nationwiders and their families will find the Nationwide RaceHub located in the main paddock. This central meeting point for guests will feature the Nationwide Porsche Simulator where you can try to beat Dino’s time and find information. There’ll be collections for Cancer Research UK and the team on Sunday will be treated to an exclusive session to meet Dino, where he will sign autographs and pose for photographs.

Dino and Nationwide’s weekend begins on Thursday April 26 with two practice sessions at 10:40 and 14:55, before the all-important qualifying session on Saturday April 28 at 11:55. The first 33-lap race will be held that afternoon at 17:05, and the second on Sunday April 29 at 13:35, being shown live on ITV4 and ITV Hub. Nationwiders not attending the race itself can enjoy all the action on-demand for 28 days after the race via ITV.com.

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