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Brilliant highlights and the fastest race lap in Monza

By Team Das Autosport

Brilliant highlights and the fastest race lap in Monza
Cam Das completes the 2019 Euroformula Open season on a strong note, managing to climb to second position in race one and scoring the fastest lap of the race in Sunday’s event.

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Wet, wild and a sensational 9 overtakes in Barcelona

By Team Das Autosport

Wet, wild and a sensational 9 overtakes in Barcelona
Cam Das mastered a wet Barcelona F1 track to recover and make up many positions in both Euroformula Open races of the weekend.

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Silverstone: Cam Das’ return to form

By Team Das Autosport

Silverstone: Cam Das’ return to form
Cam Das showed great pace on his return after the summer break, getting to grips with the Motopark Euroformula Open car and qualifying second at the Silverstone F1 track.

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The Red Bull Ring Rollercoaster

By Team Das Autosport

The Red Bull Ring Rollercoaster
Cam Das made his debut at the Red Bull Ring Grand Prix track battling through electronics issues to score points in both Euroformula Open races of the weekend.

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Euroformula Hungary: New Beginnings

By Team Das Autosport

Euroformula Hungary: New Beginnings
In efforts to continue his development, American Cam Das has chosen to switch teams and join the Motopark Academy for the reminder of the season.

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Das: The Other Hero of Pau

By Team Das Autosport

Das: The Other Hero of Pau

Excerpt taken from 5/22/19 article by EuroformulaOpen.net:

There were other star drives in Pau, besides Billy Monger’s. Fortec Motorsports’ Cameron Das finished eighth in the grand prix, despite staying on slick tyres throughout the wet race.

“Slicks was an agreed decision with the team before the race started,” Das said. “Could’ve gone in our favour, but it didn’t obviously. It was the hardest race I’ve ever had to do. I was inch-perfect everywhere, no mistakes, or else I would be in a wall. We didn’t have any crashes at Pau, which is an achievement in itself, and not a lot of other people can say that. So I’m really proud of that race.”

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Das Storms Through Field in 2018 Season Finale

By Team Das Autosport

Das Storms Through Field in 2018 Season Finale
Cameron Das ended his 2018 Euroformula Open Championship season with stunning pace in the season finale in Barcelona, Spain.

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Barcelona to Bring Season to Conclusion

By Team Das Autosport

Barcelona to Bring Season to Conclusion

This weekend’s racing action in Barcelona will bring the 2018 Euroformula Open Championship to its conclusion for American racer Cameron Das. With 14 races down already, just two remain on the calendar this weekend as the 2016 F4 US Champion looks to round off the year in style following continued good form and pace in the past couple of rounds.

The 2018 Euroformula Open season started way back in April at the Estoril circuit and since that first minute on track, Das has used every lap to his advantage to gain valuable experience in the widely used Dallara chassis on a variety of Formula 1 spec circuits – including tracks currently on the calendar such as Silverstone, Hungary and Spa-Francorchamps. Since Estoril, Das has gone on to take an impressive four podiums, and 12 top six finishes – showing incredible consistency. Now, with just two races to go, Das is hoping to sign off his season in style.

The Spanish track, a popular venue on the Formula 1 calendar, features a variety of corners for Das to get to grips with. The talented American has already raced at the track in the past so will be using the two days of testing prior to the weekend to his advantage as he looks to refamiliarize himself and make an impression on the two qualifying sessions and races on offer over the weekend.

“Barcelona is a special track,” Das analysed the Catalonian circuit. “It has a wide array of different corners from technical chicanes to edgy sweepers and I find it to be one of the most enjoyable tracks on this year’s calendar to drive on. It also has a very long straight which presents a great overtaking opportunity.

“Currently, the weather looks a bit wet and less than ideal on Thursday and Friday for testing but I’m greatly looking forward to the racing in Barcelona no matter what the conditions. It’s always sad going in to the last race of the season, but at the same time it is a perfect opportunity to take the gloves off and fight for more good results.”

The timetable [local time] for Barcelona is as follows;

Thursday
09.00 – 12.00 – Private test 1
14.10 – 15.00 – Private test 2
16.20 – 17.10 – Private test 3

Friday
09.00 – 09.40 – Free Practice 1
13.10 – 13.50 – Free Practice 2

Saturday
10.25 – 10.55 – Qualifying 1
14.40 – Race 1 (17 laps)

Sunday
09.40 – 10.10 – Qualifying 2
13.15 – Race 2 (17 laps)

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