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Cameron Twynham

We Welcome Young F3 Racing Driver Cameron Twynham On Board with David Mason London Watches as Young Ambassador

 Cameron Twynham


Still only 17, Cameron Twynham from Market Harborough on the Leicestershire & Northamptonshire border is one of the brightest youngsters in British motorsport and we are very proud to be associated with such an aspiring youngster and team here at David Mason London Watches.

After making an encouraging single-seater debut in the entry-level Intersteps series last season and the BARC Renault winter series, finishing 4th and 6th in the championships, 2013 sees him graduate to the highly-competitive European F3 Open Copa Class, a known proving ground on the junior motorsport ladder.

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Cameron will be driving for revered British squad Team West-Tec who finished as runners-up last season following their double championship success in 2011 and will be sporting the David Mason London Watches Logo on his car and suit during the season.

Cameron is currently studying his ‘A’ levels at Pitsford School, Northamptonshire.


A Little More about Cameron Twynham 

Age: 17Cameron debut

School : Northamptonshire Grammar School, Pitsford

Race Class :

2009-2011 Junior Rotax Karting
2012 Formula BMW Intersteps 4th in Championship, 7 podiums, 1 fastest lap, no DNF
2012 BARC Renault Winter Series 6th in Championship
2013 European F3 Open Copa Class with West-Tec

Ambition : To become a multipe F1 world champion

Idols       : Lewis Hamilton, DAD!

I have lived in Great Bowden near Market Harborough all of my life except for a couple of years spent in Lyon, France, where at the age of 4 I had my first go at karting (ending in the gravel!).

2013 having tested the BARC in the Renault winter series, the Eurocup car at Pembrey, the F2 and Copa F3 we decided the European F3 Open Copa class offers the best all-round package of track time, fantastic car, all the best tracks in Europe and great media coverage. It also means that I will still be eligible for the BRDC Autosport award, if I had moved into a 2012 F3 that option would have disapeared. The action starts with one round of the winter series in Paul Ricard on February the 16th

Early in 2011 I started to win heats and finals on a regular basis and it was really what my dad had been waiting for to show I was ready to move up to cars. At that point we set about testing a few cars and finding a series to run for 2012.

Testing started in August 2011 with the Motaworld team at a very damp Pembrey, South Wales in the Intersteps Mygale BMW FB02 and after several tests with them we decided this was the championship we wanted to enter. We then took the decision to run with the best team on the grid and that was clearly the Fortec team so in November we signed up with them for the 2012 Intersteps Championship. Starting at the back as a total novice and being in 9th out of 11 after teh first round I made my way to 4th in the championship and ending with 7 podiums.

2010 we decided to run a national campaign with the plan to gain as much experienece as fast as possible, I enetered both the Formula Kart Stars series and the MSA Super 1 Rotax British championship series which is competed over 7 rounds all over the UK. I also entered the Rotax International Open in Zuera qualifying 2nd on my European debut.

I started racing karts properly in 2009 at the age of 13 and raced locally in the junior rotax class focussing on gaining speed and race experience at a local level, racing at Whilton Mill, Kimbolton and Shenington on a regular basis. During that summer we started working with Jonathan Stilp who became my full time mechanic and mentor for the rest of my karting in the Junior Rotax class.


For more information on Cameron and MRE Motorsport you can visit their respective websites http://www.camerontwynham.com/ and http://www.mremotorsport.co.uk/, you can also follow Cameron on his personal twitter page @CameronTwynham.