Born and raised in Leeds, Dan Cammish has spent the majority of his life racing on the track. A car obsessed child, he made his karting debut back in 2003, before graduating to car racing in 2009. Once this move was made, he quickly settled into the sport by winning the Formula Ford Scholarship class and competing in the prestigious ADAC Formel Masters.
It wasn't all plain sailing for Dan, however. After a collision in a race in Spain back in 2012, he shattered his pelvis and was subsequently forced to spend time away from the racing arena. Nonetheless, he then went on to achieve his biggest win to date the year after, at the 2013 British Formula Ford Championship, winning every race he entered (24 out of 24).
Dan then secured a full time drive for the 2014 season with Team Parker Racing in a Porsche 911, winning the Porsche Carrera Cup GB the next year. He now drives for Halfords Yuasa Racing, competing in the British Touring Car Championship in a Honda Civic, where he’s raced for the past two years.