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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.

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 EYES CHAMPIONSHIP GLORY THIS WEEKEND - F4 GOLD COAST

WILL EYES CHAMPIONSHIP GLORY THIS WEEKEND - F4 GOLD COAST

Cars Galore BRM driver Will Brown will have his eyes firmly on the prize this weekend as he goes for championship glory in the Australian F4 Championships on the streets of the Gold Coast.

After starting the year in April at Tasmania’s Symmons Plains, the CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship arrives to its final round of the 2016 season around the narrow streets of the Gold Coast.

Supporting the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, three races await our field of drivers. Championship leader Will Brown (Team BRM/Cars Galore) has a 35-point gap ahead of his nearest rival Nick Rowe (AGI Sport/SCT Logistics), with Jordan Love (Team BRM/TFS) 43 points behind Brown and only 8 points behind Rowe.

Out of the three championship protagonists, Brown is the only driver to have experienced the streets of the Gold Coast aboard an Australian Formula 4 car.

WILL BROWN WINS BATHURST

WILL BROWN WINS BATHURST

In what is already a remarkable year, 18 year old Cars Galore driver Will Brown can now claim to be a Bathurst champion.

Brown has taken victory in both Toyota 86 Series races today, held as a support event to the V8 Supercars 1000.

"It's an amazing track, it's like a big roller coaster and to win here is a real achievement and honour for the whole team. I cant thank my team and partners enough".

BROWN ON TOP WITH MORE WINS AT SANDOWN

BROWN ON TOP WITH MORE WINS AT SANDOWN

Will Brown has won Round Five of the 2016 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship at Sandown. The victory sees Brown extend his championship lead ahead of the season finale on the Gold Coast. “To come out and win the last race, and still have good pace, we were really happy about that. So to win the weekend with what happened is a great weekend, and we look forward to the Gold Coast,” Brown said.

As if winning 2 of the 3 Formula 4 races over the same weekend wasnt enough, Brown also won Race 1 of the Toyota 86 Series against far more experienced competition including former V8 Supercar championship winning drivers, and in a 33 car field.

The victory means he now moves in to the lead in that championship, as well as currently leading the Australian F4 series.

BROWN EXTENDS LEAD WITH WIN IN RACE 1 of 3

BROWN EXTENDS LEAD WITH WIN IN RACE 1 of 3

Cars Galore driver Will Brown has further extended his championship lead by clinching the opening race win at Sandown for Round Five of the CAMS Jayco Australian Formua 4 Championship. Brown started alongside the U Race It Pole Position winner Jordan Love on the front row and got the jump over his Team BRM teammate.

“The battle with Nick was good. I probably didn’t race as good as I would have liked to,” Brown said. “Started to look in the mirrors a bit and made a few mistakes. We came back from that after he passed us, got past him and then eyes forward.”

 

WILL SETS HIS SIGHTS ON F4 CHAMPIONSHIP AT SANDOWN

WILL SETS HIS SIGHTS ON F4 CHAMPIONSHIP AT SANDOWN

Cars Galore Team BRM driver Will Brown will have the title in his sights when the penultimate round of the 2016 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship visits the historic Sandown Raceway this weekend in Victoria.

Supporting the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship for the first round of the Pirtek Enduro Cup, championship stakes are high with Brown leading ahead of AGI Sport’s Nick Rowe and Team BRM teammate Jordan Love.

Brown is currently 31 points ahead of his nearest rival, Nick Rowe. 

ANOTHER SERIES - ANOTHER WIN FOR WILL

ANOTHER SERIES - ANOTHER WIN FOR WILL

18 year old young superstar driver Will Brown has again proved his remarkable ability by claiming his maiden win in the Toyota 86 Series at Sydney Motorsport Park.

In just 3 weeks, Brown has claimed victories across Formula 4, Formula Ford and saloon racing and all on a national level. 

He currently leads the 2016 CAMS Jayco Australian F4 Championship, sits second in the Australian Formula Ford championship and is chasing the leaders in the Toyota 86 series competing against vastly more experienced competitors including former V8 Supercar champions.

WILL WINS AGAIN - AUSTRALIAN FORMULA FORD

WILL WINS AGAIN - AUSTRALIAN FORMULA FORD

Staking his claim as one of the hottest prospects in Australian motor racing, Cars Galore driver Will Brown has dominated Round 3 of the Australian Formula Ford Championship Round at Ipswich Queensland Raceway.

18 year old Brown, from Toowoomba, won Races 2 and 3 (of 3) of the Australian Formula Ford Championship Round at Ipswich Queensland Raceway today. After also crossing the line in first place in Race 1, Will was handed a time penalty for a pace car restart infringement, meaning he was relegated to third place, the penalty being the only blemish on a '3 from 3'weekend.

WILL CHARGES TO F4 CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD AFTER SYDNEY VICTORY

WILL CHARGES TO F4 CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD AFTER SYDNEY VICTORY

Cars Galore Team BRM CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship leader Will Brown has fought back to win a scintillating Race Two at Sydney Motorsport Park.

The Race 2 victory, and decisive haul of points from a successful Sydney weekend, now sees Brown make a strong claim on the 2016 Australian F4 Championship. With 156 championship points, Brown moves to a 21 point lead.

BROWN 4TH PLACE IN RACE 1, SYD

BROWN 4TH PLACE IN RACE 1, SYD

Cars Galore Team BRM driver Will Brown has jumped ahead and taken out a strong 4th place in Race 1, after qualifying 6th, during Round 3 of the 2016 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park.

The result now sees Brown move to within obtaining the championship lead in the Australian F4 series.

Will Sets Sights On F4 Championship

Will Sets Sights On F4 Championship

Team BRM’s Will Brown has his sights set on the 2016 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship, and what better way than to be armed with Jordan Lloyd’s championship winning car.

“We were lucky enough to take out the Burson Auto Parts Rookie of the Year, and also third in the championship last year. We’re looking at doing even better this year and hopefully take out the championship,” Brown said.

WILL ANNOUNCES TOYOTA 86 CAMPAIGN

WILL ANNOUNCES TOYOTA 86 CAMPAIGN

In 2016, Cars Galore driver Will Brown will be competing in the newly announced Toyota 86 Series.The series will run for three years. Up to 5 selected professional drivers nominated by Toyota will mentor and compete against a potential field of 27 amateur drivers who will qualify to get onto the starting grid. The nominated drivers will not be eligible for prize money.