Cars Galore AGI Sport driver Will Brown has stormed to a spectacular second place, during an incident-filled race 1, at Round 7 of the CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship at Homebush.
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.
TCR Australia championship leader Will Brown has walked away without injury from a heavy shunt, during practice in wet conditions at The Bend, South Australia.
The crash between Brown and James Moffat has been caught on Brown’s in-car camera, showing how heavy the impact was between the two cars.
Check out the huge incident which brought out the red-flag during Practice 1, and hear from HMO Customer Racing's Will Brown and Garry Rogers Motorsport's James Moffat for their take on the incident and their plan to get back on track at The Bend Motorsport Park.
Will Brown has secured a deserved victory in the third race of the inaugural TCR Australia Series round at Sydney Motorsport Park.
The HMO Customer Racing young gun fought off a number of challenges to secure his second win for the day and leave the Sydney venue with the championship lead.
The race was action-packed, with a number of great passing moves and the bump and grind that fans can expect to see at every TCR Australia event.
Erebus Motorsport’s young gun Will Brown has topped the time sheets during Practice 2 for the Virgin Australia Supercars Sandown 500 Endurance event.
In stunning display, Brown who is making his debut in the championship this weekend, has blitzed the field to scorch around the famous Melbourne circuit in a time of 1:08.6230.