Mixed weekend for Waters at Phillip Island

MILDURA’S Cameron Waters was happy his sixth-place finish in Sunday’s race at the Phillip Island SuperSprint after a “very disappointing” Saturday, where he lost ground in the championship fight. 

The 24-year-old was forced to retire from race nine of the championship on Saturday after he was involved in a late-race bump with Red Bull Holden Racing Team’s Shane van Gisbergen, in which Waters’ car came off worse.

Cameron Waters was happy enough with a sixth place finish in Sunday’s race 10 of the Supercars championship at Phillip Island. Picture: Russell Colvin

Cameron Waters was happy enough with a sixth place finish in Sunday’s race 10 of the Supercars championship at Phillip Island. Picture: Russell Colvin

Waters said he and his team had a “calculated swing” at trying to make his Monster Energy Ford Mustang better overnight after Saturday’s action. 

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