Another sterling qualifying effort saw Dan qualify 4th and 5th, just being pipped to 3rd in race one by Antti Buri and beaten for race two by championship leader Scott Malvern by just 0.001s.
Race one started badly with both Jake Cook and Scott Malvern getting past on the run down to the first corner. Fighting between the cars in front held Dan up for a couple of laps before an attempt to get past at the second hairpin forced him wide onto the grass allowing Dan Cammish to get past. For the rest of the race Dan was locked onto Cammish's gearbox but could not find a way past, eventually finishing 7th.
Race two started no better with Dan Cammish and Josh Hill coming past on the run down into the first corner. However Dan got back past Josh into the hairpin but a tap to the rear left mid corner pitched him into a spin with a passing car collecting the front left and severely bending the steering arm. From here on it was just a matter of taking the chequered flag and picking up any points available. A frustrating end to a promising weekend.
"Well on the one hand it was probably our most competitive weekend in terms of pace but on the other the starts were poor and gave most of that away. Race one was fun, though it would have been nice to get past Cammish and it was so disappointing not to be able to resume the fight in race two. Silverstone next and we've had good pace on the new GP circuit but the old one will be something new, fingers crossed we can keep some of the pace we've had this weekend."