Stroud, ON (June 13, 2017)- Despite battling mechanical issues on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway, Cameron McGlashan was able to keep his top-10 streak alive with another solid result.
The mechanical problems showed their face in the first heat, with McGlashan pulling off the track on Lap 5. He would rebound to post a third-place finish in his second qualifier.
Starting 17th for the 25-lap feature, he began to make his way forward immediately, battling four-wide for seventh at Lap 5. He was unable to move up then, but moved into the eighth spot at Lap 13 with a pass on Lisa DeLeeuw. The caution then flew three laps later for a single-car spin in turn two. Following the restart, he continued to make up ground, crossing the line at the checkered flag in the eighth position.
So far this year, McGlashan has posted a top-10 in each of the five events so far, and will try to keep the momentum rolling this weekend in the sixth night of NASCAR Whelen All-American Series points competition on Saturday, June 17.
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, and MAK Mechanical.
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