Battling up front throughout the whole feature, Cameron McGlashan scored a top-five finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
With Cameron McGlashan attending a wedding, car owner Dave Middel made the decision to put Johnny Paradzinski behind the wheel of the No. 00 Mustang on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
In an interesting twist of events, someone other than Cameron McGlashan drove the No. 00 Mustang in the Signs of Innovation Mini Stock feature on Saturday night.
After having a week off from Signs of Innovation Mini Stock competition at Sunset Speedway, Cameron McGlashan is ready to get back after it.
With about two months left of racing at Sunset Speedway, things are certainly getting interesting when it comes to the top drivers in the standings as everybody tries to tally up as many points as possible. With that in mind, it’s perfect time to bring back everybody’s favorite column.
After dealing with some adversity the past couple of weeks, Cameron McGlashan put together a full solid feature en route to picking up a top-five finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Running upfront, Cameron McGlashan ran into bad luck at Sunset Speedway for the second straight week in a row.
Running in the top-10 at Sunset Speedway, a mechanical problem in the final laps caused Cameron McGlashan not to finish the feature.
After spending time away from Sunset Speedway, Cameron McGlashan returned with a sixth-place finish on Saturday night.
After parting ways with his own mustang, Cameron McGlashan isn’t set to give up the racing steering wheel yet as he will make his return to Sunset Speedway, set to run the rest of the Signs of Innovation Mini Stock schedule at Sunset Speedway.