An American Formula One Driver – the time is now!
Very few race car drivers ever make it to professional racing. Even less have an opportunity to compete in the pinnacle of the sport, Formula One (F1). The challenges and roadblocks are immense, and for an American, it is virtually impossible, until now. Formula One is a “world” sport that has eluded significant American participation. Scott Speed and Alexander Rossi, two very talented drivers to say the least, made a crack at it most recently, but ultimately failed to persevere.
Today, the tides have changed, and the door has opened for the right American driver. With Liberty Media - the new American owner of F1 in the driver’s seat - an expansion of the American fan base is a key strategic objective. To achieve this lofty goal, the industry agrees the missing link will be the entry of an American driver, not just an American team, as supported by the demographics of the F1 fan base.
Formula One is a “world” sport with arguably the largest upscale fan base of any sport. America is an untapped market and the new owners of F1 - Liberty Media - have set out to change this. It is clear that a significant factor to increasing fan adoption is the “community” support of the driver and almost always, that support comes from their countrymen. To increase the reach of F1 into an American fan base, an American driver needs to be in Formula One. Cameron Das seeks to be that driver. He possesses the skills and characteristics, and now looks to developing a community of support that proves to the F1 teams that he is the next American hopeful.
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Cameron is racing with Motopark Academy and will challenge for the top of the podium in the Euroformula Open Championship! The series runs from April to October. Live racing action can be viewed via the Euroformula Open YouTube page.
Over the winter of 2019, Cameron raced in the Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand against the world’s top young Formula drivers. Cameron raced in the white #28 car that was adorned with the U.S. flag.
On the final weekend in New Zealand, Cameron started in P2 and closed the race one step higher on the podium!
Toyota Racing Series: Halfway Notes [2/1/19]
Toyota Racing Series: Cameron Das Returns to TRS! [1/7/19]
Cameron’s racing machine for New Zealand is looking very clean and sharp!
MotorWeek Feature [Season 38, Episode 7 - 10/23/18]
Behind-the-scenes shots from the MotorWeek episode filmed at Summit Point [9/5/18]
Motorsport.com - Peter Windsor interviews Cameron Das [6/10/18]
Euroformula Open 2018 ROUND 5 UK - SILVERSTONE Race 2 [9/2/18]
Euroformula Open 2018 ROUND 2 FRANCE - PAUL RICARD Race 2 [5/6/18]
Here is Cameron racing at Hungaroring on July 7-8, 2018. The Hunt Valley Horsepower logo is reaching new top speeds!