Utes: Glenn McNally comments on hefty penalty

MCNALLY LOOKING TO THE FUTURE IN V8 UTES Glenn McNally had a weekend to forget at Sandown Raceway on the weekend and was understandably upset at the penalty he received for a driving error in race 2 on Sunday morning. A $3000 fine and $6000 ...

MCNALLY LOOKING TO THE FUTURE IN V8 UTES

Glenn McNally had a weekend to forget at Sandown Raceway on the weekend and was understandably upset at the penalty he received for a driving error in race 2 on Sunday morning.

A $3000 fine and $6000 suspended for a year is enough to make anyone contemplate their racing future and that is exactly where Glenn was at after the meeting yesterday.

"I was really at a loss as to how we could move forward from that position," Glenn said.

"To have $6000 hanging over my head for any mistake on the track for the next 12 months is a big issue."

Given the speed and performance Glenn has showed this year it would be a shame for the West Australian star to stop racing now.

"I have had such a good run this year and to achieve anything in motorsport there are going to be some big hurdles to get over, and this is just another one."

"We are currently trying to work through the issue with CAMS and hope that we can come up with a situation that I can race on in the category."

"I have a lot of sponsors and supporters that have helped me get this far and I want to repay them by continuing on in the manner that we have done so far this season."

"I don't want to be beaten by this sport and am determined to have success in the V8 Utes in the future."

-credit: westcoastracing.com.au

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