Dan Cammish leaves Team Dynamics – What next for Honda backed team?

Dan Cammish will not be in the 2021 British Touring Car Championship after it was revealed he has left Team Dynamics.

The news broke on Tuesday morning as the Yorkshireman departed after three stellar campaigns in the championship. In what appears to be an amicable split, Cammish leaves the team and means that the Honda backed outfit has yet to name either of its two drivers for this season.

Dan Cammish departs Team Dynamics on good terms. (Image Credit: BTCC Media)

Cammish amassed eight wins in his three seasons with the team. He has been in the hunt for the title in both 2019 and 2020, finishing third on both occasions. This including a dramatic and heart-breaking final race battle in 2019, where brake failure saw him retire in spectacular fashion at Brands Hatch, handing the title to Colin Turkington.

After a flood of supportive tweets came in for Cammish, he was quick to thank the fans for their support over the last few years.

Team Dynamics’ lynchpin Matt Neal paid tribute to Cammish and his effort with the team.

The move brings up a conundrum for the Team Dynamics side, what is their next move going to be?

Series veteran Matt Neal has been strongly rumoured to be retiring and taking on a leadership role in the garage. The move may mean Neal has one more season, or he sticks to his plan and brings in two brand new drivers for the new season.

There are various contenders for the two seats, and ones which will be the most coveted, in what is a race and title winning outfit.

Dan Rowbottom has been strongly linked with a move to Team Dynamics, having had one season in 2019 in the BTCC with Ciceley Motorsport. Neal could remain with the team and shelve his retirement plans. His son Henry could be drafted in but some believe it’s too early for him to make the step up.

Alternatively some outside bets for the seat could arise, including Senna Proctor, whose yet to sign for anyone. Another outside bet could be Harry King, who romped to title success in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB series in 2020, and has a similar pedigree to Cammish.

The first driver is said to be revealed on Friday 5 March, with the second being announced over the coming weeks.

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