POSITIVES TAKEN FROM MT. PANORAMA AS SERIES HEADS TO GOLD COAST - BATHURST WRAP

POSITIVES TAKEN FROM MT. PANORAMA AS SERIES HEADS TO GOLD COAST - BATHURST WRAP

Multiple positives have been taken away from the 2019 Bathurst 1000 with the notorious mountain claiming the #99 Erebus Commodore on lap 126 of the great race.

In fast conditions and with record pace, Will topped the time sheets in the co-driver session with a blistering 2:04.981 of the 6.2km track on the morning of Day 2. The pairing of Brown and Anton De Pasquale would ultimately start the most demanding race in Australia from 7th on the grid.

The Virgin Australia Supercars Enduro series now heads to the Gold Coast, Queensland for the second of three enduro legs, with the final event at Sandown in Melbourne in November.

ON TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN - WILL GOES FASTEST IN DAY 2 PRACTICE

ON TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN - WILL GOES FASTEST IN DAY 2 PRACTICE

Erebus Motorsport driver Will Brown has topped the time sheets with a blistering 2:04.981.in the morning co-driver session on Day 2 of the Supercaheap Auto Bathurst 1000 at Mt. Panorama.

Brown was the first - and only - driver in the session to dip into the magical ‘2 minutes 4’ times around the 6.213km track.

Brown said post-session, “The car was awesome, makes it pretty easy when you’ve got a car that good”.

UP AND RUNNING - POSITIVE OPENER AT MT. PANORAMA - 'THE CAR FEELS GREAT'

UP AND RUNNING - POSITIVE OPENER AT MT. PANORAMA - 'THE CAR FEELS GREAT'

Erebus Motorsport driver Will Brown has gone 5th fastest in the first practice session at the 2019 Bathurst 1000 at Mt. Panorama.

Brown lit up the timing screens earlier in the session as the sessions times ramped up.

In the end, he was just pipped for 4th overall however the session was a very strong and positive ‘first out of the box’ run, with Will’s partner driver Anton De Pasquale earlier going 3rd fastest overall.

WILL FLIES INTO BATHURST IN STYLE

WILL FLIES INTO BATHURST IN STYLE

Will Brown might well have chalked up an early win at Bathurst; making the best entrance.

The Supercars co-driver and Dunlop Super2 Series regular got the unique opportunity to pilot himself and his father Shane from Toowoomba into town on Tuesday morning.

Brown, 21, only obtained his private pilot licence a month ago, giving him the necessary qualifications to make the trip.

"We flew from Toowoomba, straight down to Bathurst, did a few laps around the Mountain, a few passes over and then landed at the Bathurst airport.

VICTORY LANE - WILL CLAIMS AUSTRALIAN TCR CHAMPIONSHIP FOR HMO HYUNDAI RACING

VICTORY LANE - WILL CLAIMS AUSTRALIAN TCR CHAMPIONSHIP FOR HMO HYUNDAI RACING

Will Brown has become the inaugural TCR Australia Series winner after yet another impressive weekend at Sandown in Victoria.

In doing so, at age 21, Brown adds the title of TCR Australia champion to his Australian F4 and Australian Toyota 86 National titles.

The HMO Customer Racing driver endured an eventful race at Sandown that saw him spin at Turn 2 on the opening lap that handed a lifeline to title rival Dylan O’Keeffe (Ash Seward Motorsport).

STUNNING DEBUT SEES WILL ON POLE IN S5000 AT SANDOWN

STUNNING DEBUT SEES WILL ON POLE IN S5000 AT SANDOWN

Eggleston Motorsport driver Will Brown will start the second S5000 Australia qualifying race from pole position after a successful debut race today at Sandown Raceway in Melbourne.

Tim Macrow has become the first race winner in S5000 after seeing off John Martin in an entertaining inaugural qualifying race but with a reverse grid and Brown running as high as fifth, his campiagn will be bolstered by starting tomorrow’s race from the front row.

ALL SET FOR HISTORIC SANDOWN S5000 WEEKEND

ALL SET FOR HISTORIC SANDOWN S5000 WEEKEND

Will Brown is now all set and looking forward to an exciting and historic opening weekend of the first ever S5000 racing series at Sandown Raceway in Victoria.

The first round of the so called ‘big bangers’ follows a successful test at Victoria’s Phillip Island circuit where Brown completed a number of laps in the new high powered, wings and slicks ‘beast’ alongside ex Ferrari Formula 1 legend Rubens Barrichello who is also competing in the series.

“I loved it the car, it is an absolute beast and is just mean, you couldn’t build a meaner car if they asked you to,” he said.

WILL SET TO TAKE ON FERRARI FORMULA 1 DRIVER IN S5000

WILL SET TO TAKE ON FERRARI FORMULA 1 DRIVER IN S5000

MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT - Will Brown will add yet another premier racing category to his growing resume, joining ex-Formula 1 ace Rubens Barrichello as a confirmed starter in the new S5000 Series at Sandown.

Brown has plenty of open-wheel experience in his blood, having starred in the CAMS PAYCE Australian Formula 4 Championship as its champion in 2016 as well as stints in Formula Ford.

“It’s such a thrill to be confirmed to start in the first-ever S5000 race at Sandown,” Brown said.

WINTON WINS CEMENT TCR CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD

WINTON WINS CEMENT TCR CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD

Will Brown gave his father Shane the best possible Father’s Day gift when he handed him a pair of first place trophies after the carsales TCR Australia Series weekend at Winton.

Brown swept both Sunday races after a runner-up run on Saturday from Pole Position to cement himself in top spot at the top of the championship table, with a 116-point margin over Dylan O’Keefe with just six races to run in the inaugural series.

Brown set a new record for a winning TCR margin when he romped home by 10.74 seconds with his Hyundai i30N in the final heat, refusing to slow down to improve the show or give his rivals a break.

“I’m not going to slow down? Why should I?,” said Brown.

SOLID IPSWICH WEEKEND ADDS TO POINTS TALLY

SOLID IPSWICH WEEKEND ADDS TO POINTS TALLY

A solid weekend at Queensland’s Ipswich raceway has seen Will Brown extend his lead in the 2019 TCR Australia championship.

The Hyundai i30 HMO Customer Racing driver claimed a bag of 54 points against a vastly experienced field and now takes a 57 point lead into the remaining 3 rounds with the Victorian country circuit of Winton next on the schedule, a circuit on which he has tasted success previously.

POINTY END AFTER PRACTICE AT IPSWICH

POINTY END AFTER PRACTICE AT IPSWICH

TCR Australian Championship leader Will Brown has placed his HMO Hyundai ic30 at the pointy end of the field, after a strong first day of practice for the carsales TCR Australia Series meeting at Queensland Raceway.

Brown finished 2nd and 4th respectively in the two practice sessions, ensuring high expectations for Qualifying and racing tomorrow.