BATHURST BECKONS FOR BROWN - CONQUERING THE MOUNTAIN

BATHURST BECKONS FOR BROWN - CONQUERING THE MOUNTAIN

The most challenging and exciting blue ribband event is next on the calendar for Eggelston Motorsport Cars Galore driver Will Brown as he tackles the toughest mountain in motorsport, Mount Panorama, Bathurst on October 5 - 8.

Brown will be out to follow up from his class victory at the 2017 Bathurst 12 HR Endurance race held in February 2017, when driving a MARC V8.

Bathurst is widely regarded as one of the most challenging and toughest circuits in world motorsport with concrete barriers lining a 6.213 km (4 mi) circuit and with elevation changes over 174 metres.

WILL CLAIMS STRONG THIRD FOR QUALIFYING IN SYDNEY

WILL CLAIMS STRONG THIRD FOR QUALIFYING IN SYDNEY

Eggleston Motorsport's Will Brown has claimed a strong third place for qualifying and will line up from the second row of the grid for this afternoon's Dunlop Super 2 Series race at Sydney Motorsport Park.

Brown was pipped for pole by a hairs breadth from Prodrive's Garry Jacobson and teammate Paul Dumbrell, finishing just 0.2 seconds behind the pole time, a stunning result in a 26 car field.

'YOUNG GUN' BROWN TO TEST TOP TRIPLE EIGHT MACHINE

'YOUNG GUN' BROWN TO TEST TOP TRIPLE EIGHT MACHINE

Standout Dunlop Super2 Series rookie Will Brown says his upcoming driver evaluation day test with Triple Eight marks one of the biggest opportunities of his career.

The 19-year-old will join Eggleston Super2 team-mate Nathan Morcom and rival Kurt Kostecki at Queensland Raceway on Friday as they test team-mate Paul Dumbrell’s Commodore in main series specification.

The day will be run by Triple Eight, with Jamie Whincup and his engineers David Cauchi and Romy Mayer, as well as team manager Mark Dutton, all scheduled to attend.

WILL ALL OK AFTER TOWNSVILLE INCIDENT

WILL ALL OK AFTER TOWNSVILLE INCIDENT

Eggleston Motorsport driver Will Brown has walked away unassisted from a heavy crash during Race 2 of Round 3 in the Dunlop Super 2 series at Townsville.

The race was suspended following the major incident on the sixth lap after Brown hit the wall at the exit of turn 3, leaving Josh Kean no opportunity but to collide with the Commodore.

Brown’s car then bounced onto the racing line, clipping Mason Barbera before Jake Kostecki, Nathan Morcom and Andrew Jones could not avoid Kean and piled into the back of Kean.

WILL WINS AT WINTON

WILL WINS AT WINTON

Young gun Will Brown has won the Race 1 event during a cameo appearance in the Australian Production Car Series, at Winton Raceway, Victoria against a strong field of national drivers.

V8 Supercar star Chaz Mostert, who’d taken control of his Ford Focus at around half distance, had been leading the race when his front left tyre began to peel off the rim.

The resulting stop left him emerging from pit lane effectively a lap behind Brown.

WILL SIGNS FOR EGGELSTON MOTORSPORT V8's IN 2017

WILL SIGNS FOR EGGELSTON MOTORSPORT V8's IN 2017

SUPERCARS Dunlop Series front-runners Eggleston Motorsport today confirmed reigning CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 and Toyota 86 Racing Series Champion Will Brown as part of its driver line-up for the 2017 Dunlop Super2 Series.

The 18-year-old from Toowoomba joins EMS fresh from winning the Invitational Class of the Bathurst 12 Hour in a MARC Cars Focus and will make his Super2 debut at the season-opening Clipsal 500 in Adelaide next month.

BROWN WINS BATHURST 12 HOUR INVITATIONAL CLASS

BROWN WINS BATHURST 12 HOUR INVITATIONAL CLASS

MARC Cars Australia has raced to an emotional victory at today’s Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, after dominating the Invitational Class lead by the #91 MARC Focus V8 team of Australian F4 champion Will Brown, Keith Kassulke and multiple 12 Hour winner Rod Salmon.

Steering ‘Amaroo’ the first car ever build in the MARC Cars program the result not only saw Kassulke and Brown enter the winner’s circle at the famed 6.2km circuit, but it was Kassulke’s first endurance title on home soil since being injured at a Victorian race meeting 15 months ago.

BROWN ANNOUNCES BATHURST 12 HR CAMPAIGN

BROWN ANNOUNCES BATHURST 12 HR CAMPAIGN

Australian Formula 4 and Toyota 86 Series champion, Will Brown has announced he will compete in the 2017 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 HR - Australia's toughest endurance race -at Mount Panorama on February 3- 5.

Brown will slot into the #91 MARC Cars Australia entry car with double outright 12 Hour winner Rod Salmon and Keith Kassulke.

The MARC Cars Australia effort lists four reigning national champions from various disciplines for its fleet of six machines confirmed for the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour.

WILL HEADS TO USA FOR WORLD CHALLENGE

WILL HEADS TO USA FOR WORLD CHALLENGE

Rising star Will Brown will head to America this week to take part in the USF2000 Scholarship Shootout event.

The Cars Galore Toowoomba driver has earned the prize drive at California’s Laguna Seca circuit as a reward for his performances in the Australian Formula Ford Series.

In 2016 Brown also won the CAMS Jayco Australian F4 championship and just last weekend won his second national title in 2016, taking out the Australian Toyota 86 Racing Series, racing at Homebush.

2ND NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP - WILL WINS TOYOTA 86 SERIES

2ND NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP - WILL WINS TOYOTA 86 SERIES

Cars Galore driver Will Brown has capped off a remarkable year by taking victory and winning the inaugural Australian Toyota 86 Series championship after the final round of the streets of Sydney today.

In doing so, still at just 18 years of age, he becomes 1 of only 5 drivers in Australian racing history to achieve 2 national circuit racing titles in the one year.

WILL INCHES CLOSER TO TOYOTA 86 TITLE WITH POLE AND WIN AT HOMEBSUH

WILL INCHES CLOSER TO TOYOTA 86 TITLE WITH POLE AND WIN AT HOMEBSUH

Cars Galore driver Will Brown has edged ever closer to claiming the inaugural2016 Australian Toyota 86 Series Championship, after taking pole position in qualifying and then the win in Race 1 at Sydney's Homebush circuit.

Brown held his nerve on the demanding and intimidating street circuit to cross the line first, ahead of Cameron Hill, Trent Grubel and the current 2016 Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercar winning driver, Jonathon Webb, in a 32 car field.

3 MORE WINS FOR WILL SECURES RUNNER UP IN FF CHAMPIONSHIP

3 MORE WINS FOR WILL SECURES RUNNER UP IN FF CHAMPIONSHIP

Cars Galore driver Will Brown has gone tantalizingly close to claiming the 2016 Australian Formula Ford Series title by grabbing pole position and then winning all '3 from 3' races, during the final round of the championships held at the Phillip Island Circuit in Victoria.

Despite missing a complete round of the championship earlier in the year due to F4 commitments, by winning all 3 races over the Phillip Island weekend, Brown took out second place in the series, which adds to him already claiming the 2016 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship title earlier this month on the streets of Surfers Paradise.