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Dan Cammish: “Brought myself back to the BMW fight where I should have been all along”

Dan Cammish came away from the Croft weekend feeling ‘fantastic’ as the driver who took away the most points after a win, a second and a fourth.

After an incident filled race three on the whole, Cammish still moved forward to end what has been a record breaking weekend that moves him 12 points off of third.

“Very good, very good.” Cammish told TouringCars.Net. “I think highest points scorer I think over the weekend. Fantastic to put it on pole at my home event, something I’ve never done before in touring cars. It was a special 1-2-3 yesterday for NAPA, amazing. Then to back it up today with a win, my first ever win at Croft in BCCC means a lot.

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“To do it from pole even more so. Then to have my teammates there as well for two whole races, yeah, brilliant. I think we made history today. I don’t think the team’s won – It’s been 1st, 2nd and 3rd in two events on the trot. So it’s been a mega weekend for NAPA as a whole.

“We’re really pleased. Also, from my side, personally, a lot of points scored. Brought myself back to the BMW fight where I should have been all along after losing those points at Snet. Looking forward to getting on from here and hopefully picking up a few more points.”

Teammate and championship leader Ash Sutton retired after damage on lap one. From a team perspective it was never good to see but Cammish was happy that his gap to the top has gone down.

“Absolutely. I think it’s a shame what happened to Ash. But it just goes to show how touring cars can be so fickle at times. You need a little bit of luck and Ash has run out there. That’s why it’s so important that both of us keep scoring and stay up there.

“Because it only takes a couple of incidents and this could swing all the way around. So we need to make sure that we all score points in every race and keep picking up towards the end for both the teams, manufacturers and the drivers.”

Coming up next is a trip up to Knockhill. Something that the NAPA Racing UK driver is looking forward to more so than previous years.

“Yeah, I tend to enjoy it. I think last year was a struggle, but I’d say everywhere was a struggle. This car seems to be helping us get better performances. It’s a circuit I’ve always enjoyed and gone very well at. So my confidence is sky high going there next week that we can have a really good result.”

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