Glenfords Racing's Marcus Marshall will start tomorrow's reverse grid race from fourth place after finishing twenty-eighth today.

The Glenfords AEG Falcon started well and got as high as twenty-eighth, but was unable to make any further progress - Marshall's machine unable to match the pace of his higher placed rivals.

"Our balance was a bit off in qualifying but we still had a pretty good car, then on my final flying lap I got caught behind Bargwanna around the bowl when I was seven tenths up on my best time which probably cost us a few grid positions," said Marshall.

"The start was really good as was our pitstop...the boys have been really good on our stops all year."

"We've made a big step forward and now we are up there racing with teams that have been in the series for a number of years so that is real encouraging."

"The car is strong and we'll start from fourth for the second race tomorrow so we'll work hard to get a strong result."

Team Owner Paul Cruickshank is still disappointed with his team's progress in their debut V8 Supercar Championship year, however is pleased with the work done by Glenfords Racing this weekend.

"I'm pretty happy with the day. We're getting better each day and the team have done a great job as a whole this weekend.

By no means are we there yet but we are racing with the back guys and have a strong car that we can work on to continue moving forward.

We had a good battle with (Brad) Jones for much of the race so it's good that we are now competitive against experienced teams and drivers"



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