One of the most consistent and productive champions in North American sports car racing returns to the team where he enjoyed three successful seasons as Dane Cameron rejoins Team Penske beginning in 2022.

A winner of three IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship titles, Cameron will team up with another former IMSA champ – Felipe Nasr – and veteran sports car standout Emmanuel Collard as the trio will race an ORECA 07-Gibson in the World Endurance Championship (WEC) LMP2 class this season.

The opportunity represents a homecoming for Cameron, who earned four victories, five poles, 17 podium finishes and the 2019 IMSA Daytona Prototype international (DPi) championship, alongside teammate Juan Pablo Montoya, during his three seasons racing for Team Penske in IMSA competition. Cameron joined the Team Penske DPi program in 2017 after three successful seasons with Action Express Racing, which included winning the 2016 IMSA Prototype Championship. Cameron also captured the 2014 IMSA GT Daytona class title.

A native of Glen Ellen, Calif., Cameron has always felt at home at a racetrack as his father, Rick Cameron, is a race engineer with over 40 years of experience in motorsports. For several years, the two competed against each other in the IMSA Prototype class, with the elder Cameron serving as the lead engineer for other series teams. Growing up with a race-winning engineer as a father, Cameron has always brought a unique knowledge of car setups and how to maximize performance to his skill set as one of the world’s top sports car drivers.