Dan Cammish will continue to race for the Team Dynamics Honda squad for the next two years after agreeing a new deal with the multiple British Touring Car Championship winning race team.

The 30-year old joined Halfords Yuasa Racing for the 2018 season as three-time champion Gordon Shedden's replacement and went on to finish his debut BTCC campaign 10th in the overall standings after taking a double win during the Brands Hatch season finale.

Having impressed during his debut year, Cammish has led Honda's title challenge for the majority of the 2019 season and heads to next weekend's Brands Hatch title decider sitting second in the drivers' standings, 16 points behind championship leader Colin Turkington.

Cammish's title charge has been boosted by 12-podium finishes so far this season, including his one and only victory of the year so far at Thruxton.

“I’m over the moon to be extending my contract with the team, they truly are the most professional outfit on the grid," said Cammish.

"I have to offer my thanks to the whole of Team Dynamics for the support they have given me, particularly my teammate Matt Neal who has been a superb mentor and has given me the confidence and inspiration to do what I do.

"The Honda Civic BTCC Type R FK8 just gets better and better, the more I drive it the more I realise what a truly competent car it is.  This season I have really got to grips with the way the car works and that has reflected in my results.

"I’ll certainly be giving it my all come the final round at Brands to repay the guys for their faith in me”

Team Dynamics owner Steve Neal said Cammish has already proven himself to be a 'shining light in the championship'. 

“Dan has had a steep learning curve coming into this series, it is a lot more physical than what he was used to, but he has learnt quickly and is now proving himself to be a shining light in the Championship," said Neal.

"I predict great things for him, both now and in the future, hopefully he can go onto to equal or better Matts titles.”





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