Official site of Erebus and Eggleston Motorsport V8 Supercars driver, Will Brown.
In 2018, Will is competing in the Virgin Australia V8 Supercar series for the 2017 Bathurst 1000 winning team, Erebus Motorsport. He is also driving in the Dunlop Super 2 Series for Eggleston Motorsport.
20-year-old Brown is one of only five drivers in Australian racing history to achieve two national circuit racing titles in the one year.
The early stages of his career involved karting at state and national levels in New South Wales and Queensland before strong success came in open wheeler categories, going on to become the Australian Formula 4 and Toyota 86 champion.
Hugely popular amongst both fans and teams alike due to the ever present smile and his down to earth approach, after an outstanding 2017 where Will was awarded The Mike Cable Award by his driving peers and The Peter Brock Medal by CAMS, in 2018 he is debuting in the main V8 Supercars game as a driver for the 2017 Bathurst 1000 winning team, Erebus Motorsport.
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WILL AWARDED PETER BROCK MEDAL
In 2017 it was Mark Webber. In 2018, it is Will Brown.
The Confederation of Australian Motorsport has awarded The Peter Brock Medal to Will Brown.
Launched in 2011, the Peter Brock Medal is awarded annually to a driver who has shown similar characteristics to the late Peter Brock AM. The award recognises outstanding driver ability and commitment to the positive endorsement of motor sport within the greater community.
Nominees must have demonstrated outstanding driver ability whilst displaying a fair and sportsmanlike attitude, respect for authority, and support, encouragement and motivation of and for their peers, as well as a willingness and capacity to promote the sport in the wider community.
In 2018 Will makes his debut in the Virgin Australia V8 Supercars championships with the 2017 Bathurst 1000 race winning team Erebus Motorsport.