Jr. Wins Heat; Wrong Tire Choice in Feature
30, 2021) Russell Brown, Jr. and his #00 team hit the
road and ventured south to All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville, Florida
on May 28-29 for the 'Harvey Jones Memorial.' The Crate Racin'
USA Dirt Late Model Series sanctioned the two-day extravaganza
and 36 competitors signed into the pit area to do battle for the
$10,000 top prize. Russell clicked off the second fastest time
in his group during qualifying on Friday before securing a victory
in his heat race. After starting Saturday's 60-lap headliner from
the pole position, Russell unfortunately missed both the setup
and his tire choice for the contest and eventually retired from
the race in the twenty-second position. Full results from the
Memorial Day weekend special can be accessed online at www.crateracinusa.com.
for Russell Brown, Jr. in Needmore Biggie!
9, 2021) The RB2 Motorsports team invaded Needmore Speedway
in Norman Park, Georgia on Saturday night, May 8 for the 'Gene
Maine Memorial.' The Crate Racin' USA Series presided over the
action and a $10,000 payday was up for grabs. Russell Brown, Jr.
won his heat race in preliminary action and later started fifth
on the grid in the 60-lap headliner. The Valdosta, Georgia ace
was then able to move up to fourth in the contest to trail only
race winner Wil Herrington, Kyle Bronson, and Mark Whitener at
the checkers. Complete results from last night at Needmore can
be viewed online at www.crateracinusa.com.
Forced to Scratch at Needmore with Clutch Woes
26, 2021) Russell Brown, Jr., of Valdosta, Georgia,
piloted another Super Street on Sunday, April 25 at Needmore Speedway
in Norman Park, Georgia. After finishing third in his heat race,
Russell unfortunately ran into clutch problems leading into the
main event. He was unable to make the call to the starting grid
and was forced to scratch from the Super Street headliner. Complete
results from yesterday at Needmore can be viewed online at www.raceneedmorespeedway.com.
Brown, Jr. Wires Super Street Field at Albany!
18, 2021) Valdosta, Georgia standout Russell Brown,
Jr. recorded his first victory of the 2021 campaign aboard Robby
Metts' #37 Super Street at the newly-reopened Black Horse Speedway
in Albany, Georgia on Saturday, April 17! Russell clicked off
the quickest lap overall during the qualifying session to earn
Fast Time honors and later led all twenty circuits in the main
event to claim the $1,000 top prize! Russell would like to thank
R&C Motorsports for the opportunity to drive their equipment
and it may be something he does again later in the season. Full
results from the former Albany Motor Speedway can be viewed online
on the Black Horse Speedway Facebook page.
(Billy Dean Photography)
Starts 2021 Season with Strong Top Five!
4, 2021) Russell Brown, Jr. and his #00 team lifted
the lid to their 2021 campaign on Saturday night, April 3 at Patriots
Park Raceway in Dublin, Georgia. The Southern All Stars Dirt Racing
Series (SAS) rolled into the Peach State to preside over the $4,000
to win 'Icebreaker 50.' Russell clicked off the fifth fastest
lap in Group A during the qualifying session before running second
in his consolation race. After starting the 50-lap season opener
from the inside of the fourth row, Russell scooted past a trio
of competitors during the contest to land in the fourth finishing
position behind only race winner Pearson Lee Williams, Dalton
Cook, and Wil Herrington! Full results from last night at Dublin
can be accessed online at www.sasdirt.com.