Dan Cammish heads into this weekend’s penultimate British Touring Car Championship round of the season ‘feeling energised and confident’ after the Honda driver took a pole and a brace of podiums last time out.
Cammish enjoyed arguably his best weekend of the season at Knockhill when he took a maiden pole in qualifying, following that result up with two solid podium finishes in third in the heavy rain.
Now the Halfords Yuasa Racing driver heads to Silverstone and a circuit where the Hondas have been on strong form in recent years, with both Matt Neal and Jack Goff taking a win apiece in the older-spec car last season.
The 29-year-old believes that the new Civic Type R will be well-suited to the Silverstone National circuit’s trio of straights, potentially allowing Cammish to improve on his current placing of tenth overall in the drivers’ championship standings.
“After a big step forward at Knockhill I’m eager to maintain that forward momentum at Silverstone and bring home another strong set of results for the Halfords Yuasa Racing team,” said Cammish.
“Looking ahead to Silverstone, the new Civic Type R should be well suited to this circuit and we will surely benefit from having a lighter car than many of our direct competitors.
“With this in mind, I come into the event feeling energised and confident of a successful weekend.”