Despite having to start deep in the field following a penalty, Cameron McGlashan worked his way to the front to post a top-five finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
McGlashan started off the night well, placing eighth in the first heat, followed by winning his second qualifier.
Originally slated to start inside the top-10 for the feature, race officials would send the No. 83 Mustang to the tail of the field for the start due to “unapproved adjustments,” after deeming the team made an adjustment while the car sat on pit road in line for the event following fan appreciation. The decision was questioned by McGlashan Motorsports as while they had a crew member walk out to speak with McGlashan, there were no adjustments made according to their account.
Starting 19th for the 25-lap feature, McGlashan immediately began to make his way forward, breaking into the top-10 by the halfway mark. He’d continue to move forward, running fifth when the first caution of the event flew on Lap 19. Restarting inside the top-five with six laps to go, he would get by Randi Seguin for fourth before the checkered flag flew.
McGlashan Motorsports are set to compete at Sunset Speedway on Saturday, September 9 as part of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series competition.
Cameron McGlashan and McGlashan Motorsports are proud to be supported by England Enterprises, ORVAuto, Polished Automotive, Arbor Aces Tree Care Inc, M&S Metals, Orillia Metal Fabrication, Darrell Eacott’s Custom Diecast with Tammikinz Phileac, and MAK Mechanical.
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