Cam Walton fought back from mechanical issues to salvage a top six result at the most recent Toyota 86 Racing Series round at Sandown.
The Sydney based British racer overcame not one but two mechanical failures to finish the weekend with a solid sixth place in the highly competitive field during the final race of the weekend.
"We came into the weekend incredibly motivated after a promising showing at The Bend, as well as bringing on DPO as a major sponsor," said Walton.
"Being the halfway point of the season we gave the car a bit of an overhaul ahead of Sandown in order to stay competitive in the highly competitive series".
"Unfortunately one of the replacement driveshafts failed on the out lap of our first practice session, leaving me a difficult job for the remainder of the day, having never done a lap of the circuit before."
"My crew promptly got the car sorted and we shot straight out of the blocks to end the second practice session with the seventh fastest time"
Sydney based British racer, Cam Walton is proud to announce that DPO has jumped on board to back the remainder of his 2018 Toyota 86 Racing Series campaign, commencing with next weekends round at Sandown, in Melbourne.
DPO, one of Australia's largest independent internal linings distributors, have extended their support of Australian motorsport to include major sponsorship for Walton at the remaining three rounds of the Toyota 86 Racing Series, Sandown, Bathurst and Newcastle.
Australian motorsport fans will recognise DPO for their involvement with Nathan Morcom (2016 Australian GT Endurance Champion and current Super2 Series racer) as well as Chaz Mostert (Supercars Star), particularly for their achievements during the Bathurst 6 Hour.
"Cam Walton is on the cusp of breaking through in the 2018 Toyota 86 racing series," said Scott Fulcher, DPO Manager.
"To support him in his quest, DPO is proud to step up as the major sponsor for Cam’s remaining rounds of the 2018 Toyota 86 series at Sando...