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Dan Cammish will certainly make a visitor go back to the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) at this weekend break’s period opener at Thruxton (8/9 May) with BTC Racing in the 3rd Honda Civic Type-R FK8.

Cammish was a primary title lead character throughout the 2019 and also 2020 period with the previous particularly seeing the Leeds ace ready to take the title right into the last race at Brands Hatch prior to a significant ending saw Colin Turkington capitalize on a brake failing on the penultimate lap definition he lost by simply 2 factors.

He was readied to return with Team Dynamics this upcoming period yet it was introduced in very early March that he would certainly not be proceeding with the group and also Gordon Shedden and also Dan Rowbottom were introduced.

As an outcome, he is familiar with the Honda FK8 yet he will certainly currently fill up the function left uninhabited by Jack Sears Trophy victor, Michael Crees that left as a result of friendly factors previously today.

Joining fellow champion front-runner Josh Cook and also BTCC newbie Jade Edwards, he will certainly take the function for the initial 3 races of the period while BTC Racing take a look at substitutes for their 3rd seat.

Cammish himself is readied to go back to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB this period going for a 3rd title in his year far from the BTCC yet will certainly intend to make a declaration for a complete go back to the champion.

Steve Dudman, Team Owner of BTC Racing discussed Cammish’s go back to the champion and also rejoiced to see the ‘experienced and highly successful’ vehicle driver sign up with the line-up at Thruxton.

“We are absolutely elated to have Dan in the car and joining us for Thruxton, it’s not only fantastic news for BTC Racing but for the championship as a whole too. Anybody who has watched the BTCC over the last three years knows Dan’s quality, speed and tenacity. He was very unlucky not to have won the championship a couple of years ago, he’s a driver with incredible pedigree,” he stated.

“When the third car became available so close to the opening weekend of the season, I wanted to ensure we had an experienced and highly successful driver joining us for Thruxton. I think we can safely say, Dan fits that particular bill perfectly and we cannot wait to work with him this weekend.”

Source www.thecheckeredflag.co.uk