ROBERSONVILLE, NC – Cameron Murray picked up his first career Legend Car victory on Saturday afternoon, holding off teammate Emily Day at East Carolina Motor Speedway in Robersonville, North Carolina.

Murray, 14, from Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, qualified on the pole with a 16.548 lap, allowing him to set the pace throughout the race.  He ended up leading wire-to-wire in the 30-lap race to pick up the win in the Dillon Spain Motorsports prepared car.  Murray’s first victory continues a hot start to start the 2019 season.

“I knew that Dillon Spain Motorsports gave me a great car,” Murray said.  “When I had the pole, I was so excited with this being my first Legend race of the year.  It’s awesome to get that first win.”

Earlier this year, Murray picked up the Cookout Winter Heat Series Outlaw Bandolero championship.  He followed that up in February winning the Outlaw Bandolero championship at Citrus County Speedway in Inverness, Florida.

“I have been very fortunate since the beginning of the 2019 season,” Murray stated.  “With two winter championships, I am very blessed to have this type of success in such a short amount of time in the 2019 season.  I hope the success continues in Texas with Tretow Racing.”

Murray will compete at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend in the U.S. Legends Cars International Lone Star Spring Battle at Texas Motor Speedway which kicks off on March 28th and runs through March 31st.

Cameron Murray is supported by Detroit Speed, Mothers Car Wax & Polish, and CAMCO Landscapes, LLC.