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Cam Waters ‘had a blast’ in NASCAR Truck Series debut

Tickford Racing’s Cam Waters began his NASCAR journey last weekend at Martinsville and ran strongly until a late incident robbed him of a good result.

Joining the ThorSport Racing squad for the 200-lap NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series event at the tight Martinsville oval, Waters ran as high as 11th and was caught out with 25 laps to go after rear-ending Jake Garcia.

Waters was stoked with his debut and is keen to take in more events that fit into his Repco Supercars Championship schedule.

“What a blast, I had a ball out there,” Waters exclaimed.

“The racing is so intense, it’s just relentless. You never stop looking for a gap while defending position.

“Yeah, we ended up out of the race within sight of the finish, which is a real shame for the whole team, but I had nowhere to go both times and ended getting turned around by hits from behind.

“It was absolutely wild, but I learnt so much today and I can’t wipe the smile off my face right now.

“I’m definitely keen to do more of this where my Supercars schedule permits.”

It is believed Waters will be back for the round in Kansas, although this has not yet been officially confirmed.

Waters will resume his pursuit for the Repco Supercars Championship title at Taupo on April 19-21.