Unlike many drivers, Cameron Das went straight to car racing at the age of 15 competing in Formula Lites. In both races he competed in, he finished 5th in the standings. Also during this year, he competed in F1600 Formula F Championship Series with JAY Motorsports, racing for 3 races. For the races, Das finished in 10th, 7th and 8th.
In 2016, he started to race in Britain, racing in British Formula 3, racing with Carlin. During this racing season, he also competed in the inaugural Formula 4 United States Championship driving with JDX Racing. With 9 wins and 10 podiums out of the 15 races under his name, he won the championship ahead of Konrad Czaczyk. Alongside Formula 4 United States in 2016, Cameron competed in USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, accumulating 83 points out of the 13 races. This placed him 16th in the championship order.
2017 provided the start of his Euroformula Open career, driving for Campos Racing in his debut. For the 4 rounds Das competed in, he gained 13 points which put him into 15th into the standings. His highest finish was 8th thrice at Silverstone, Monza and Jerez. He returned to British Formula 3 with Carlin once again. This time, he took 4th. Cameron Das raced with Newman Wachs Racing for two races, earning 25 points putting him in 28th position. Like the previous year, he raced again in the USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, this time only with 25 points in 2 rounds.
In the following year, he competed in EuroFormula Open and Toyota Racing Series. For EuroFormula, Cameron drove again with Carlin, this time with 4 3rd positions, putting him 5th in the standings with 159 points. Driving for Victory Motor Racing, he finished 12th in Toyota Racing Series with 428 points.
Once again for the 2019 season, Das raced in both championships again. This time for EuroFormula Open, he raced with Fortec Motorsports instead of Carlin. With 54 points under his name, he finished in 12th behind Red Bull Junior, Jack Doohan. Toyota Racing Series provided him with a 7th position driving with M2 Competition. Cameron managed to achieve a win and 2 podiums, meaning his points tally was 205.
FIA Formula 3 Championship
In 2016, he started to race in Britain, racing in British Formula 3, racing with Carlin. He drove alongside James Pull and Enaam Ahmed. Here, he finished 7th with 44 points, where he was ahead of James Pull who had 36 points. For the 2017 British Formula 3 Championship, he took 4th with Carlin, achieving a win and 7 podiums.
2020 provides the start of his Formula 3 debut after the name change, with the joining of GP3 and Formula 3 European Championship. For this season, he will be racing with Carlin alongside Enaam Ahmed and Clement Novalak. He will be driving the car #28.