Porsche Centre Preston has been confirmed as a lead sponsor of two-time
Porsche Carrera Cup
for the new 2021 Porsche Carrera Cup GB.
Dan will be driving for team Redline Racing . The season kicks off at Snetterton on June 12th and 13th. The championship will consist of sixteen rounds, all in support of the BTCC (British Touring Car Championship). At least one race from every meeting being televised live on ITV4.
The competition represents a return to motorsport for Dan’s title sponsor; iconic UK motorsport brand Duckhams . Many famous British drivers spent the early stages of their career in the engine lubricant company’s yellow and dark blue livery - including Mark Webber and Eddie Irvine.
Tom Fox, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Preston, says: “We’re really excited to be working with Dan this season. He is a very talented driver and we’re very much looking forward to Dan helping to support and develop our customers to get the full experience of owning a Porsche.”
Dan Cammish commented: “I am really looking forward to working with Duckhams and Porsche Centre Preston. The Redline Racing team is a brilliant outfit with whom I have shared much success in the past so I am confident that myself and my partners are in the best possible position ahead of the new season.”
“The future certainly looks exciting and this deal gives us the stability and opportunity to start our 2022 discussions a lot earlier than we normally would, but my focus is winning as many races as possible this season and seeing where that takes us.”
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