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Marlon "Clutches" McKay, also spelled as Marion McKay, was a mid-size car that worked as Security Team Leader at the Motor Speedway of the South in Motor City as a Piston Cup Racing Series security. He previously served for 20 years as a soldier in United States Army.

History

Marlon McKay, Richard Clayton Kensington and other security members guarding the referee area at the Motor Speedway of the South, Motor City in 2006.

Marlon McKay served for 20 years as a soldier in United States Army. Most of that time he speeded as a armored troop carrier. He left the army to presume his dream of becoming leader of the security team at the Motor Speedway of the South in Motor City, United States.

In 2006, he was present at the Motor Speedway of the South during the Dinoco 400 race ending the 2006 season of Piston Cup Racing Series. Together with other security guards he kept the order in the referee area while they were trying to determine who won the three-way tie.

Physicals description

McKay was a Capitol Motors Colossus mid-size car. He was painted black and white, with the word "Security" painted on his doors. His eyes were blue.

Official biographies

  • When you're cornered by a mob of fierce paparazzi, there's none better to call than Marion "Clutches" McKay. A twenty-year service veteran whose time was spent largely as an armored troop carrier, Marion traded in his bulletproof glass to pursue his dream of becoming a Motor Speedway of the South Security Team Leader. He loves nothing better than locking grilles with nosy camera sidecars and personally showing them the exit.

Trivia

  • The Car Finder game refers to him as Marion "Clutches" McKay, while his diecasts refer to him as Marlon "Clutches" McKay.
  • Police cars similar to him appear in exploration mode at Radiator Springs Speedway in the Cars: Race-O-Rama located near location that Mack can be found, except without the Piston Cup logo.

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