WATCH: Dave Cam’s Done & Dusted Series – Week 6, Porsche Cup at Donington Park

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In Dave Cam’s new Done & Dusted series, Dave is aiming to master a variety of racing disciplines. Will his iRating go up or down after 12 weeks?
WATCH: Dave Cam's Done & Dusted Series - Week 6, Porsche Cup at Donington Park

The completion of Week 6 in 2023 iRacing Season 3 marks the halfway point in Dave Cam’s Done & Dusted Series. In five weeks, Dave is plus 238 iRating points, positively gaining through all five races. Granted, in these five races, they’ve all been in cars and track combinations that Dave is mostly comfortable with.

However, this series has the premise that once he’s done with a car, that’s it, it’s dusted, he can’t use it again. So far, that includes the GT3, FF1600, FIA F4, LMP3 and as of last week, the Formula Vee. It was a huge relief to Dave to see that he’s still got good options out there for him as this week, he takes on the Porsche Cup.

In the Fixed Porsche Cup series this week, Dave is driving in the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 992 at a track he’s quite familiar with, that being Donington Park. This 2.498-mile / 4.02-kilometer venue in England is great for racing, but as Dave puts it, there’s nothing more nerve-wracking than the start of a Porsche Cup race.

Starting from the third position, can Dave make it out of the opening lap in one piece? This race is set for 17 laps, so it’s another longer episode, but tune in to see how Dave does and if he can make it six straight weeks of positive iRating gain!

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