Cammish to leave Team Dynamics after shock departure
Dan Cammish and Team Dynamics are to part-ways ahead of the 2021 British Touring Car Season.
Cammish, who joined Team Dynamics in 2018, has gone onto become one of the championship's most exciting drivers with the Yorkshireman narrowly missing out on the title in 2019.
This announcement comes as a shock as many thought it was a given that Cammish, who had been the team's lead driver for the past two seasons, was going to stay with and fight for the title this year.
Across his three season stay at Team Dynamics, Cammish has won eight races, stood on the podium 31 times, taking three poles, six fastest laps and claimed nearly 900 points.
Cammish said: "Whilst it is really disappointing for me, I have to thank Dynamics for their faith in bringing me into the championship three years ago."
"If it weren't for them, I probably wouldn't have got my 'big break' in the BTCC and managed to do what I have done."
"We have parted on exceptional terms and I will be keeping in contact going forward. You never know what the future will bring."
Team Dynamics are due to announce their first driver on Friday (5th March).
It is expected that Team Dynamics are to run a two-car assault again this year but current rumours are circuling that Honda will no longer officially back the squad.
Matt Neal, a three time BTCC Champion, partnered Cammish for the past three seasons but had admitted at potentially retiring at the end of last year's campaign. Neal's father, Steve, founded the team in 1991.
Dan Rowbottom, who drove in the championship in 2019 with Ciceley Motorsport has been linked with one of the two seats at the team.
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