The 2016 Porsche Carrera Cup GB season began at Silverstone, on a cold, bright day in March. For the first time, all the teams, cars and drivers who would light up six circuits over eight weekends and 16 rounds were together in one place. The class of 2016 was a mixture of veterans, winners, newcomers and returnees spread across three categories – Pro, Pro-Am1 and Pro-Am2. In addition, the Rookie championship had five young guns aiming for the generous £50,000 prize. The big question was: could anyone beat Dan Cammish, the driver who took 11 wins from 16 races to secure the 2015 title?
In just his second Porsche Carrera Cup GB season, Dan Cammish and the Redline Racing team soaked up the immense pressure that comes with defending a title and fought off stiff competition to secure back to back titles – a feat achieved only twice before. In a season where hundredths rather than tenths made the difference, Cammish stamped his authority on the championship by storming to a record 12 wins.
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