Son of the late Rodney Crick, Cameron has been part of the TGRA 86 Series since its local inception in 2016. After making steady progress in his first two years, Cameron came of age in the 2018 season, taking third overall.
In 2019, Cameron did only a partial TGRA campaign, focusing instead on the SuperUtes series, where he finished second overall.
Last year’s COVID-interrupted TGRA season saw Cameron take part in four races for no wins or podiums, while also racing in the National Trans Am Series.
The 24-year-old came to this year’s TGRA 86 Series as one of the most experienced racers on a grid of which more than half are series debutants.
That experienced showed from the outset when Cameron was fastest in practice and qualifying at Mount Panorama, then went on to win all three races in the Sieders Racing Team-prepared 86.
Round 2 of the TGRA 86 Series is scheduled for 29-30 May, in support of the Supercars at Winton.