Will Brown will now head to Melbourne for the next Round of the 2018 Dunlop Super 2 Series, also taking the reigns of the current Bathurst 1000 winning team Erebus' Commodore, in the first of the Virgin Australia Supercars enduro season events.
A front row Qualifying position for Race 2 of the 3 race weekend saw Will Brown claim a bag of points from the second round of the Dunlop Super 2 Series at Symmons Plains in Tasmania.
Brown came away from the drama filled and heavy hitting round to be now sitting in 6th place in the championship with 408 points.
Eggleston driver Will Brown has secured his first podium of the 2018 season, taking third place in the final race, of the first round at the Adelaide 500.
With a 6th and 5th place in the first 2 races, Brown bagged a heap of points from the opening weekend and now sits in 4th place in the championships on 228 points.
The second round of the series will be held at the Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint on April 6-8.
Eggleston Motorsport Dunlop Super 2 series driver Will Brown has finished 6th and 5th, in the opening 2 races, as part of the 2018 Adelaide 500 Virgin Australia Supercars event in South Australia.
MW Motorsport driver Garry Jacobson has claimed victory.
The 2016 Dunlop Super2 Series winner led from start-to-finish, following a second-place finish behind Paul Dumbrell in yesterday's opener.
Brown (Holden), who lost several places at Turn 4 on the opening lap, Chris Pither (Holden), Brodie Kostecki (Holden), Dean Fiore (Nissan) and Bryce Fullword (Ford) rounded out the top 10.
The third and final race of the Super2 season opener commences tomorrow at 1:05pm local time.
Will Brown has claimed his second Bathurst 12 HR class win in 2 years after the 2018 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 HR race at Mount Panorama.
Driving the MARC Cars MARC II V8 Mustang, alongside co-drivers Kieth Kassulke and Rod Salmon, Will took the Invitational Class victory after a grueling and incident filled 12 hours around the most imposing track in Australian motorsport.
Will Brown will make his Virgin Australia Supercars Championship debut as an Erebus Motorsport co-driver in this year’s Pirtek Enduro Cup.
Brown raced a Supercar for the first time in last year’s Dunlop Super2 Series, finishing in the top 10 in each of the first six races of the season.
The fifth of those proved to be his only podium of the year, but the Eggleston Motorsport driver also led the final race of the season in Newcastle before suffering a gearbox problem which saw him DNF.
The following night, Brown was announced as the Mike Kable Young Gun Award winner at the Supercars gala awards dinner.
“I’m super excited; obviously to get a co-drive, start my first Bathurst 1000 and make my main series debut is pretty cool,” said Brown.
Toowoomba teen Will Brown has joined some of Supercars’ biggest names as the winner of the Mike Kable Young Gun Award.
Brown, 19, starred in his debut Dunlop Super2 season with Eggleston Motorsport, coming agonisingly close to a maiden win in Newcastle on Sunday.
The Young Gun Award, which was implemented in 1999, recognises an outstanding first-year driver in either the main or second-tier series under 30 years of age.
Voted on by the media, previous winners include Marcos Ambrose (2001), Mark Winterbottom (2003), James Courtney (2006), Chaz Mostert (2011) and Scott McLaughlin (2013).
Brown accepted the award, which comes with a $15,000 prize cheque, at tonight’s Supercars Gala in Sydney.
Eggelston Motorsport driver Will Brown has taken out fifth place in the 250km Dunlop Super2 race at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 today.
Starting 7th, Brown remained calm amid the chaos whilst competing at Australia's toughest and most imposing race track to come home ahead of far more experienced rivals.
Brad Jones Racing young gun Macauley Jones secured his first Dunlop Super2 win. Jones crossed the line with a 3.9449-second margin over Jack Le Brocq in the non-points race, and was joined on the podium by BJR team-mate Andrew Jones.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.