BRENTWOOD, England - Dan Cammish continued his winning ways in the Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship at Donington Park with three pole-to-chequered flag victories.
Six rounds into the new championship, Cammish and his JTR-prepared EcoBoost Mygale have taken six poles and six wins, and the Leeds-based 24-year-old is 55 points ahead of his closest rival in the championship standings.
After dominating the opening two races at Donington, Cammish saved his best for last, claiming victory in the final race of the weekend by the biggest margin yet - 12 seconds - after another copybook performance.
“It’s all good, especially the car,” said Cammish. “Do I want some competition? No, I’m quite happy doing it this way; you never get bored of winning. I know that the others will get there eventually and close the gap, but until they do I am happy.
“It’s been really good weekend for me again,” he added. “Three poles, three wins - three quite dominant wins in the end. The whole idea of coming back to Formula Ford was to get my name back out there, to do the best possible job that I can for myself and for the team, and see where life takes me after that. So far, so good. My great start to the season is not just down to me, it’s thanks to the team, my sponsors, everyone helping me.”
Cammish and his challengers will be back on track in a fortnight’s time at Thruxton, the UK’s fastest circuit.
Provisional championship standings: 1) Cammish 183 points; 2) Maranzana 128; 3) Scott 119; 4) Blundell 110; 5=) Williams & Halminen 86