Three-time British Touring Car Champion Matt Neal underlined his faith in his new Honda team-mate Dan Cammish to provide an ample replacement to Gordon Shedden.
Shedden, who won all three of his BTCC titles and nearly a half-century of race victories with Team Dynamics, recently ended over a decade with the outfit ahead of an anticipated switch to the new-for-2018 FIA World Touring Car Cup with WRT.
Cammish brings with him a brace of Porsche Carrera Cup GB titles and a faultless performance in the 2013 UK Formula Ford Championship, and has been long regarded as one of the TOCA support packages brightest talents.
He finished third overall in the category last season despite missing two races, claiming eight victories, ten podiums and nine pole positions.
The 28-year old also raced in the pan-European Porsche Supercup, taking a memorable victory at Le Mans.
Neal hailed Cammish’s ability and believes he will be a crucial component if Dynamics are to reclaim their BTCC mantles.
“This is a great signing for us, Dan has been very successful in every Championship he has competed in over the years,” said Neal.
“He’s incredibly difficult to pass and knows how to defend a position. We needed someone with his standing to help the team challenge for overall honours in all three championships this year.
“The goal for 2018 is to come away with as much silverware at the end of the season as possible. I’m really looking forward to him being my new team mate and to us battling away together this season.
One thing is for sure with Dan, he will be able handle himself in this highly competitive championship, he conducts himself with professionalism and is good on camera, he really ticks all the boxes as a replacement for Flash and I wish him all the best for the coming season, it’s great to have him on board.”