Dan Kamish breaks up with Dynamics Honda team – Motorsports

The team issued a statement on Tuesday confirming the departure of the 31-year-old Yorkshire Man, who was scheduled to continue the team for the fourth season at the BTCC.

Cammish has spent three seasons with the team since joining the BTCC from the Porsche Supercup and Carrera Cup GB.

After the 2018 rookie campaign, he arrived within a lap and a half of winning the 2019 title, but the brakes didn’t work in the final race at Brands Hatch and the bid failed. As in 2019, we finished in 3rd place in 2020 and again fought for the title for the final race.

Cammish has won eight races over three seasons at the BTCC.

The news arose in rumors that Honda would not formally support the Dynamics Civic Type R team, and the statement simply calls the operation “Team Dynamics.”

However, Dynamics intends to move forward with two teams in 2021, with the first driver announced on Friday and the second driver “will be confirmed in the coming weeks.”

Matt Neal, the cornerstone of the dynamics that his father Steve founded the team, He told that he is considering retiring from the BTCC after the 2020 season...

Cammish’s departure could open up the possibility that Dan Rowbottom, who left 54-year-old Neal and took part in one BTCC season with the steering wheel of Ciceley Motorsport Mercedes in 2019, is strongly tied to other seats.

Camish said: “I’m really sorry for me, but I have to thank the dynamics for believing in the championship three years ago.

“Without them, I wouldn’t have been able to take a” big break “at the BTCC, and I would have managed to do what I did.

“We broke up on exceptional terms, and I will continue to stay in touch. I never know what the future will bring.”

Dynamics Team Manager James Rogers added: “Dan is part of the dynamics family. We worked very hard to keep Dan as part of the team during 2021, but instead we had to break up.”

– Motorsports

Dan Kamish breaks up with Dynamics Honda team Dan Kamish breaks up with Dynamics Honda team

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