Dane Cameron

Dane Cameron

Dane Cameron is undoubtedly one of the most talented young American drivers on the racing scene today, arriving at this stage of his career by quickly distinguishing himself on every rung of the road racing ladder.

After a stellar karting career, Dane continued his winning ways into 2005, when he was named SCCA Formula Jim Russell Series Champion and Rookie of the Year. As a Team USA Scholarship driver, the following year he won the 2006 Palmer Audi Winter Championship in Europe, earned honors as the 2006 F2000 Rookie of the Year and finished second in the championship.

In 2007, Dane blew the doors off the Star Mazda Championship, where he was not only named Rookie of the Year, but also Series Champion, the second driver in the Star Mazda’s 18-year history to become champion in his first season.

Switching his focus to sports cars in 2009, by 2011 he won the Sebring 12 Hour from the pole in LMPC. He then scored his first Rolex Series GT win in 2012. In 2013, he teamed with PR1 Motorsports in the final four ALMS races taking three poles and two podiums to help his co-driver take the LMPC championship as well as earning two poles in Daytona Prototypes including the final ever Grand Am event.

In eight short years, he has become one of the most talked-about drivers in sports car racing. And if you’ve ever seen him on the track, you can tell; he’s just getting started…
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