Reigning Milltek Sport Civic Cup Champion Alistair Camp has confirmed that he will return to the championship this year to defend his Cup Class title.
Having taken five race wins, eight fastest laps and two pole positions during the course of his ultimately successful 2021 season, Camp acknowledges that with the entries received so far signalling that a high-quality field awaits, it’s going to be tough to come out on top for the second year in a row.
Staying on board with Area Motorsport for a third season and with a calendar of events that sees competitors return to all but one of the same circuits to that of 2021, Camp is eager to build on the knowledge gained last season to boost his 2022 campaign.
“Being the reigning champion, I accept that I’ll be wearing the target on my back and everyone will be out to try to beat me this year.
“I’m hoping to score as many top three race finishes that I can and in doing so build up the points tally towards my second title. However, looking at the competition and potential grid numbers this could prove challenging, especially when the top 10 finishing positions from the first race are reversed for the second.”
As it did for the first time last year, the Milltek Sport Civic Cup will be running alongside the Time Attack Championship, the only exception being the double-header meeting at Castle Combe in August. The 2022 16-round season gets underway at Cadwell Park on 1st & 2nd May over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend.