Making his first start of the 2018 campaign at Sunset Speedway, Cameron McGlashan would see some highs and lows along the way.
Coming off one of the biggest seasons of his career, there is no secret about the amount of questions surrounding McGlashan Motorsports entering 2018. However, one thing is certain – he’s ready for whatever is in store.
Making his first appearance at the Autumn Colours Classic, Cameron McGlashan just missed qualifying for the Mini Stock main event.
Despite starting mid-pack for the event, Cameron McGlashan drove his way to the front en route to a top-10 finish on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.
Hawkestone, Ontario’s Cameron McGlashan was set to throw in the towel – but he did not give up and was crowned the 2017 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Sunset Speedway Mini Stock Track Champion.
In a night full of twists and turns, the unexpected certainly took place at Sunset Speedway as nothing played out as it originally appeared so. Once the dust settled, though, it’d be Daniel Montanari picking up the feature victory while Cameron McGlashan was crowned the 2017 Signs of Innovation Mini Stock Championship.
When the motor blew in his own car, Cameron McGlashan believed his season was over at that point. However, a generous offer from fellow competitor Dave Middel to borrow his car paid off with a heat victory on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
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.
After picking up the victory last weekend, Cameron McGlashan kept the good momentum rolling right into a top-five finish this past Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
After a dominating performance last weekend at Sunset Speedway, Cameron McGlashan will enter Saturday night looking for his second straight feature victory. Last weekend, McGlashan was fast from drop of the first […]