After a very strong second half of the 2019 Euroformula Open campaign, the young American will once again be competing in the F3 based championship, driving for the German team, Motopark.
The 2020 Euroformula Open championship will feature brand new cars, named F320 and built by Dallara in Italy. The cars’ philosophy is based on that of the classic Formula 3, adding downforce, power, and the FIA required Halo to a championship which races predominantly on Formula 1 tracks.
Deciding to build on the experience gained during the previous season, Cam will stay with German powerhouse, and series champion, Team Motopark and will be fighting for the top positions of a championship which features extraordinary races in historic venues such as Pau in France and Pergusa in Sicily.
“I am delighted to be back with the Motopark squad. I really enjoy being a part of their process. They have a unique workflow throughout race weekends, and I’ve learned tremendously from it. The EFO championship also offers plenty of track time in what I’ve been told is one of the best built race cars ever, so I’m very much looking forward to it”, said Cam.
The 2020 Euroformula Championship and the previously announced FIA Formula 3 championship will only have one overlapping race in what will be a very busy season for Cameron Das, who is looking at gaining as much experience from this dual program.The first Euroformula Open race will take place between the 25th and the 26th of April on the Paul Ricard Formula 1 track in France.