DROITWICH motorsport side Team Dynamics maintained their lead in the British Touring Car Championship manufacturers table, after two podium finishes for Dan Cammish at Thruxton.
It proved a successful first outing of the year at the Hampshire circuit, with Cammish holding onto third place in the opening race, and Matt Neal rising to seventh in the other Honda car on the circuit.
In race two, Cammish holding position with the leading two drivers to again secure a third-place finish, whilst Neal this time secured fifth to secure further points for Honda.
The final race was dampened by the threat of rain, but fortunately for the drivers involved – it did not amount to much more than mere drizzle on the track.
Both Team Dynamics drivers avoided a crash during the first lap, helping their cause as the pair of Neal and Cammish finished fourth and sixth respectively.
Honda now sit 15 points clear over second-placed BMW, with Halfords Yuasa Racing also rising to the top of the Teams’ standings, with BWM again in second.
The duo sit in the top ten in the Drivers’ Championship at present, with Neal seeing good value in the results of the team – despite not racing to a first-place finish during the event, and now looks ahead to the next round.
“Between the two cars we’ve had six decent top ten finishes, and we scored good points in the Drivers’, Manufacturers’ and Teams’ Championships.
“Of course we’d like to win, but it’s onward and upward.
“The BMWs and Subarus historically have been in a league of their own at Croft, which is the next round in four weeks, so we’re under no illusion.
“It’s nice to have a bit of a buffer, and then it’ll come back round to us again later in the season.
Team Dynamics are back in action at Croft in North Yorkshire, on Sunday June 16.