Cameron McLean (born 14 December 1967) is an Australian former racing driver.
McLean began racing at age 14 in karts. He came to prominence when he won the 1995 Australian Sports Sedan Championship in a BMW M3. McLean won the 1997 and 1998 Privateers’ Cup in the Australian Super Touring Championship. In 1999 he moved to the V8 Supercars category with Greenfield Mowers Racing, winning the Privateers award in the 1999 Shell Championship Series. From there, he raced in selected events, but was always a regular in the endurance races. For 2001 and 2002, he drove for private team , but was never able to land a full-time drive with a professional outfit. McLean drove with a number of different leading teams in the enduros, including Dick Johnson Racing, Kmart Racing, Stone Brothers Racing, Ford Performance Racing and Garry Rogers Motorsport. His best V8 Supercar result came in the 2004 Sandown 500 where he finished second for Stone Brothers Racing, driving with Russell Ingall. McLean also finished fourth in the 2001 Bathurst 1000 with Greg Ritter, driving for Dick Johnson Racing.
Complete Bathurst 1000 results
|1997*||Volvo Dealer Racing||Volvo 850||Jan Nilsson||5th||158|
|1998*||Greenfield Mowers Racing||BMW 320i||Tony Scott||4th||159|
|1998||Garry Rogers Motorsport||Holden Commodore VS||Garth Tander||DNF||49|
|1999||Greenfield Mowers Racing||Ford Falcon EL||John Cleland||DNF||138|
|2000||Dick Johnson Racing||Ford Falcon AU||Steven Johnson||4th||161|
|2001||Dick Johnson Racing||Ford Falcon AU||Greg Ritter||4th||161|
|2002||Paragon Motorsport||Ford Falcon AU||Tony Scott||8th||161|
|2003||K-Mart Racing Team||Holden Commodore VX||Andy Priaulx||DNF||33|
|2004||Stone Brothers Racing||Ford Falcon BA||Russell Ingall||6th||161|
|2005||Ford Performance Racing||Ford Falcon BA||Greg Ritter||18th||138|
|2006||Garry Rogers Motorsport||Holden Commodore VZ||Greg Ritter||13th||160|
|2007||Garry Rogers Motorsport||Holden Commodore VE||Greg Ritter||9th||161|
- Super Touring 1000
- Official Program, Sensational Adelaide 500, April 9, 10, 11, 1999, page 68
- "Cameron McLean - Speedcafe". Retrieved 26 August 2017.