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Formula Car Challenge: Dane Cameron wins Race 1 at Infineon

by Ryan Stringfield
Posted August 21, 2010 at 5:36 pm open wheel racing news

Dane Cameron
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Dane Cameron hasn’t raced a formula car since 2008.  He’s been spending his time in the fender-ranks driving both a Grand-Am GT and Daytona Prototype car.

Clearly, his time away from open-wheel racing hasn’t had any effect on his ability to pilot a formula car.  He dominated a 35-car field today at Infineon Raceway in the first of two Formula Car Challenge events this weekend. Patrick O’Neill made a solid run through the field after starting in the back due to a DQ in qualifying yesterday.  He finished second overall.  Cole Morgan, who is a regular in the F2000 Championship, followed suit driving from 11th to 3rd in the 14-lap event.

“It’s been a couple years,” said Cameron, referring to his formula car endeavors. “Doing the sports car stuff, I don’t always get to start a race, so I had to remember how to do a rolling start,” he continued with a smile. “It’s good fun to drive a formula car, there is nothing that can beat what these things can do.”

Michael Guasch finished fourth with Paul LaHaye rounding out the top-five in the Pro Formula Mazda division.

In the standard Formula Mazda division Alan McCallum, of Houston, TX., found his way to victory lane lapping nearly a full second faster than his nearest competitor.  Doug Peterson and Joe Colasacco rounded out the podium.

Full results and pictures after the jump.

35-Cars Take the Green Flag at Infineon Raceway
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Dane Cameron
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FCC Victory Lane Race 1
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Formula Car Challenge
Infineon Raceway – Race 1
Complete Results

  1. Dane Cameron (Fast Lap – 1:29.670)
  2. Patrick O’Neill
  3. Cole Morgan
  4. Michael Guasch
  5. Paul LaHaye
  6. Dave House
  7. Claudio Cornali
  8. Sean Prewett
  9. Stan Kohls
  10. Frank Cusak
  11. Alan McCallum (1st Place Standard Formula Mazda)
  12. Douglas Peterson
  13. Joe Colasacco
  14. Steve Jenks
  15. Lucas Barnett
  16. Bill Weaver
  17. Matthew Trudell
  18. Derry O’Donovan
  19. Stew Tabak
  20. Jamie Slone
  21. Perry Mele
  22. Russell Hillenburg
  23. Cameron Parsons
  24. Sam Lockwood
  25. Dale Swope
  26. John Weed
  27. George Jackson
  28. Tom Barnett
  29. John Ertel
  30. Bruce Carpenter
  31. Ty Young
  32. David Vanhooser
  33. Vito Racano
  34. Jim Mashburn
  35. Darryl Wills
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