Cammish has last-minute call up to drive Huracan in Blancpain Series
Reigning Porsche Carrera Cup GB champion Dan Cammish is eyeing more GT outings after making his debut in the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup at Silverstone last weekend.
The 27-year-old received a lastminute call on Friday to drive a Konrad Motorsport Lamborghini Huracan GT3 alongside Jules Gounon and Christopher Zochling after regular driver Christopher Bruck was unavailable due to a clashing VLN round in Germany.
Cammish had previously driven for the team in the German Carrera Cup.
Cammish started the race and was 26th by the end of his stint – after starting 36th – and the trio ended up 24th. “It was difficult because I got 15 or 16 laps before qualifying, then four or five in qualifying. Most of my learning was done in the race,” he said. “It was good as I was close to my team-mates’ pace.”
Cammish highlighted the brakes as a major difference from the Carrera Cup car he is used to.
“I could go a long way past where I brake in the Carrera Cup car,” he said. “I’ll have to wait and see if I get any phone calls but hopefully I can do more. It would be good to get more GT3 experience – that seems the future for a lot of drivers and I think it is for myself too.”
Porsche star drove a Konrad Lamborghini at Silverstone
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