DROITWICH team driver Dan Cammish is eyeing a Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championships title shot ahead of this weekend's meet at Silverstone.

Halfords Yuasa Racing’s Cammish is third in the standings, just one point behind Andrew Jordan in second and 11 away from leader Colin Turkington.

The title race was blown wide open at Knockhill, Scotland, with Cammish claiming two podiums — third in race one and second in the next contest — to make it 11 from 17 attempts this season.

Rory Butcher and Jake Hill each took a victory with Jordan winning the other.

Cammish said: “I’m not a serial winner but we’re maximising what we’ve got.

"It’s brought me closer and it’s certainly brought Andy (Jordan) closer.

"The car is consistently strong. It digs out results when others don’t and that’s how you win titles.

"We go well at Silverstone and Brands Hatch. If I’m anywhere near the top two have got to watch out.”

Team-mate Matt Neal, who is eighth overall, finished 15th and 11th in the two races he finished in the Honda Civic Type R.

Kidderminster's Dan Rowbottom, of Cataclean Racing with Ciceley Motorsport, enjoyed his strongest showing of the season but narrowly missed out on a points haul.

He was 17th, 23rd and 18th at Knockhill.