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Halfords Yuasa Racing new boy Dan Cammish drew first blood in the battle for the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship Jack Sears Trophy at Brands Hatch today (8 April), as the new Honda Civic Type R (FK8) showed glimpses of its potential on its series debut.

Despite having only first turned a wheel in his car at Season Launch a week-and-a-half ago, Cammish broke the Brands Hatch Indy circuit lap record in qualifying on what looked to have been a stunning pole position run. Read More »

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– Halfords Yuasa Racing’s new Honda Civic Type R ready for BTCC battle
– Matt Neal on the hunt for history-making fourth Drivers’ crown
– New recruit Dan Cammish eager to prove his worth at tin-top pinnacle

Honda duo Matt Neal and Dan Cammish are eager to reward the Halfords Yuasa Racing crew for their tireless work in readying the team’s new Civic Type R for Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship action – by racing to the podium in the season curtain-raiser at Brands Hatch next weekend (7/8 April). Read More »

– Halfords Yuasa Racing’s 2018 BTCC contender officially unveiled
– Striking new-shape Honda Civic Type R to do battle for coveted crown
– Matt Neal and Dan Cammish take to the track at Donington Park

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– The covers come off Honda’s 2018 BTCC challenger
– Testing begins in Spain this week at Parcmotor Castellolí
– Triple champ Matt Neal and debutant Dan Cammish set for first taste of car

Halfords Yuasa Racing’s all-new BTCC Honda Civic Type R broke cover for the first time this morning (27 February) at Parcmotor Castellolí, just outside Barcelona, Spain. Read More »

cammish-silverstone16bDaniel Cammish put in a commanding performance to take two wins and a fastest lap at Silverstone, putting the 2016 title out of reach of his rivals. The Leeds-based driver started on pole position for both rounds 13 & 14 of the Porsche Carrera Cup and ran an immaculate weekend to score all but one of the points on offer. Read More »

cammish-silverstone16aDaniel Cammish goes to Silverstone for rounds 13 & 14 of the Porsche Carrera Cup championship with the title firmly in his grasp.

The BRDC SuperStar currently leads the standings by 44 points from nearest rival Dino Zamparelli and will be hoping that two solid finishes will seal the title. With a maximum score of 22 points on offer for each race, he only needs to outscore Zamparelli to secure the championship double, matching the feat achieved by mentor Tim Harvey. Read More »

Cammish pre-Knockhill16aPorsche Carrera Cup GB championship leader Daniel Cammish returns to Knockhill in Scotland for rounds 11 & 12 and will be hoping to repeat his double race-winning feat of 2015.

The Leeds-based driver enjoyed a close battle last year with 2014 champion Josh Webster, both drivers pushing each other hard at the front of the field, leaving the rest trailing. By his own admission, the 1.3-mile, 9-turn circuit nestled in the countryside north of Dunfermline, is not one of his strong circuits. Despite this, Dan has a very impressive track record at Knockhill, having won three races at the track during his dominant Formula Ford campaign in 2013 in addition to his two 2015 Carrera Cup wins. Read More »

Cammish Snetterton16Daniel Cammish secured his third double victory of the season at Snetterton when he crossed the line to win round 10 of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB.

The championship leader started the first race of the day from the pole position in brilliant sunshine to lead the field as round 9 started. Despite pressure from teammate and Porsche Scholar Charlie Eastwood, Dan controlled the race superbly, never showing a hint of things being less than under control, to take his sixth win of the year. Read More »

Cammish pre-Snetterton16Daniel Cammish heads to Snetterton for rounds 9 & 10 after the summer break, to resume his title campaign at the Porsche Carrera Cup GB.

The 27-year old recently raced in the British GP supporting Porsche Supercup. It was his third appearance this year on the Grand Prix circuit after winning both the WEC-supporting Carrera Cup races in April and making his Blancpain Endurance Series debut in May in a Lamborghini. Read More »

Cammish Silverstone16Daniel Cammish once again scored a top ten finish in the ultra-competitive Porsche Supercup despite the car being set up for dry conditions. Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup race was one of the major support events to Formula 1 at Silverstone.

The Leeds-based driver got the weekend off to a good start by going fourth fastest in free practice, only being bested by Supercup regulars Sven Mueller, Matteo Cairoli and Mathieu Jaminet. Read More »