About Cameron

Cameron Davies is Rally Driver from Llandovery, Wales. Cameron started his Rallying career at the age of 14, where he won the 2009 and 2010 F1000 British Junior Rally Championship.In 2011 he became the youngest driver ever to be backed by a works team Chevrolet. Following his successful period during the F1000, He later went on to win the BTRDA Rally First championship in 2012.


My goal is to make it to the World Rally Championship Junior Category within three years. This is my ambition and I see it as a sensible goal and a natural progression following past success. I have formulated my three-year plan with careful consideration to achieve this. The plan includes an ambitious yet realistic target to achieve the top prizes available in each of my proposed categories along the way. 


  • 2009  F1000 Kick Energy Junior Rally Champion (aged 15)


  • 2009  Became Britain’s Youngest Rally Champion


  • 2010  F1000 Kick Energy Junior Rally Champion


  • 2010  Professional Motorsport Expo Show, Germany, won UK Young Rally Driver of  the year


  • 2010  WAMC Jack Romain New Comers Award


  • 2010  Became the World’s Youngest Backed Rally Driver by Chevrolet, aged 16


  • 2011  3rd F1000 Kick Energy Junior Rally championship


  • 2011  Wales Rally GB National, 1st in Class


  • 2011 Young Sport Personality of the Year  (Runner Up, South Wales)


  • 2012  BTRDA Rally First 1.4 Champion


  • 2012  BTRDA Junior Champion


  • 2012  Vital Equipment Champion on Ice  Winner


  • 2013  BTRDA Won all 6 N3 Rounds


  • 2013  Vital Equipment Champion on Ice Winner


  • 2013 WAMC Pirelli Welsh National Championship N3 Winner

  • 2014 BRC Class award Winner 

  • 2015 Sports 2000 Rookie of the Year

  • 2016 Fiesta ST Rally Champion 

  • 2016 Sport Hero of carmarthenshire 

  • 2017 BRC Round Class Winner 




Cameron Davies 

Twitter @Cameron_davies 

Faebook @Cameron Davies Motorsport 


Caron Tomlinson

BTRDA Silverstar Champion 2016 - MSA Acdemy Co-driver.  


Twitter @TomlinsonCaron

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