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BTCC: Cammish tops FP1 earlier than struggling shunt at Donington Park | BTCC

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The Ford Focus ST driver set the timesheets alight after producing a 1’33.670s lap across the Grand Prix structure. Nonetheless, with the quickest time safely in his pocket, Cammish introduced out the red-flag with round three-minutes to go after crashing out on the Previous Hairpin.

Though it is unclear what prompted the crash, the incident prompted vital harm to the rear of the Motorbase Efficiency ready Ford Focus.

Regardless of his heavy crash, Cammish ended the session over 0.4s clear forward of the remainder of the pack with Hyundai driver Tom Chilton proving ‘better of the remaining’ after setting the second quickest time.

Championship chief Ash Sutton was third quickest aboard the sister NAPA Racing UK, 0.016s forward of main Toyota effort Ricky Collard in fourth.

Having endured a nightmare weekend in Knockhill final day trip, four-time champion Colin Turkington shall be trying to reignite his fading title hopes after falling 81-points adrift of Sutton’s championship lead.

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Turkington ended the opening session because the quickest BMW runner in fifth forward of Toyota Gazoo Racing UK’s Rory Butcher in sixth.

Sam Osborne loved a robust FP1 run to make sure three out of the 4 NAPA Racing Fords made the top-ten order in seventh, whereas Aron Taylor-Smith, Jake Hill and George Gamble accomplished the rest of the top-ten FP1 order in eighth, ninth and tenth.

Elsewhere, defending champion Tom Ingram additionally endured a session to overlook after the rear-left wheel vacated his Hyundai i30N in the direction of the tip of the session.

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