Grain Valley, MO
Knoxville Feature Wins (410): 30
Knoxville Feature Wins (360): 15
Brian has built his team into one that is competitive wherever they travel in the country. The two-time Knoxville 410 track champion finished second in three consecutive Knoxville Nationals (2012-14) as well. In 2014, despite missing one point night at Knoxville, he would be in contention until the final night, settling for fourth in the standings, a spot he repeated in 2015. He would grab his first career World of Outlaws win in Charlotte to cap off his 2014 season. He was also voted the "Knoxville Jr. Fan Club Award" most popular driver.
Brian posted a record sixteen wins in 2013, including the Devil’s Bowl Winternationals, the Jackson Nationals, the Shaheen’s “Blast from the Past” and several other big events.
After his hopes of running a full season at Knoxville went up in smoke in opening night hot laps in 2001, the determined racer came back in 2002 with his grandfather George and won the 360 track title. The next season, he captured his first 410 win in Lonny Parsons’ #6 before a brief stint with the World of Outlaws. He has 29 career 410 wins (9th all-time) at Knoxville and 15 360 wins (7th all-time). He captured his track titles in 2007 and in 2010, and has since run a schedule that could find him anywhere from California to Pennsylvania.
410 point standing by year:
2015 - 5th, 2014 - 4th, 2010 - 1st, 2009 - 2nd, 2008 - 4th, 2007 - 1st, 2006 - 2nd, 2005 - 4th, 2003 - 7th
360 point standing by year:
2002 - 1st
Brian Brown Racing
Chad Morgan, Zac Thomas, Glen Wignall, George Lasoski
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