Climbs Inside Top Five at All-Tech
23, 2019) Russell Brown, Jr. and his #00 team ventured
to All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville, Florida on Saturday evening,
June 22 to compete in a $4,000 to win Late Model showdown. On
a slick racing surface, Russell battled a loose racecar to post
the thirteenth quickest lap overall during the qualifying session.
After starting the A-Main from the inside of the seventh row,
Russell made a charge during the headliner and climbed to as high
as fifth in the running order. A late race caution; however, would
be to his detriment, as a car nearly spun out in front of him
and shuffled Russell back to an eighth place effort. Full results
from last night at All-Tech can be viewed by clicking on www.alltechraceway.com.
Brown, Jr. Grabs Top Five in GIS Special!
16, 2019) The RB2 Motorsports team invaded Golden Isles
Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia on Saturday evening, June 15
for a $2,500 to win Late Model special event. Russell Brown, Jr.
clicked off the third quickest lap overall during qualifying to
earn the inside of the second row for the start of the main event.
The Valdosta, Georgia ace then battled a loose racecar during
the headliner - due to a spring that had collapsed - and eventually
wound up fifth in the final finishing order behind only winner
Mark Whitener, Rhett Carter, Kelly Walker, and Brian Smith. Full
results from last night at GIS can be viewed online at www.gisdirt.com.
Nabs Pair of Runner-Ups at Needmore!
26, 2019) Valdosta, Georgia ace Russell Brown, Jr. was
back in competition on Saturday night, May 25 at Needmore Speedway
in Norman Park, Georgia! Behind the wheel of his Late Model in
the Southern Clash showdown, which paid $2,000 to the winner,
Russell timed in second fastest during qualifying, fell back to
fourth in the feature, and later climbed back up to second to
trail only victor Rhett Carter at the unfurling of the checkered
flag. Racing a Skeeter that mimicked Harvey Jones' famed car,
Russell won his heat race and also brought home a runner-up performance
in the A-Main! Complete results from Needmore last night can be
found online at www.raceneedmorespeedway.com.
Brown, Jr. Sets Fast Time; Finishes Second at GIS!
5, 2019) Russell Brown, Jr. returned to dirt-slinging
action at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia on Saturday
evening, May 4 for a $2,500 to win Late Model throwdown. Russell
posted the quickest lap during the qualifying session to earn
Fast Time honors and the pole position for the 30-lap main event.
The Valdosta, Georgia ace then backed up to third early in the
contest before climbing to second late in the race to earn a strong
runner-up performance behind only victor Mark Whitener. Full results
from last night at GIS can be accessed online by clicking on www.gisdirt.com.
Dominates; Refuses to Tear Down New Motor
14, 2019) The RB2 Motorsports team invaded Needmore
Speedway in Norman Park, Georgia on Saturday evening, April 13
for a $1,500 to win Southern Clash Late Model shootout. Russell
Brown, Jr. knocked down the quickest lap overall during qualifying
prior to dominating each and every lap of the main event en route
to what appeared to be a convincing victory. However, Russell
was disqualified post race when his motor was protested and the
Valdosta, Georgia driver made the decision to refuse to tear it
completely down to the oil pan. The motor was brand new and would
have cost Russell double the $1,500 to put it all back together.
Complete results from Needmore last night can be found online
Opens Season with Spring Nat'ls at Cochran
24, 2019) Russell Brown, Jr. and his #00 team lifted
the lid to their 2019 campaign on Saturday night, March 23 at
Cochran Motor Speedway in Cochran, Georgia. The Schaeffer's Oil
Spring Nationals Series rolled into town to preside over a $10,000
to win throwdown. Russell ran fifth in his heat race and later
started the 60-lap headliner from the outside of the ninth row.
The Valdosta, Georgia ace then completed 58 circuits against the
strong field of Super Late Model competitors and left Cochran
paid for a fourteenth place showing. Full results can be accessed
online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
(Brian McLeod Photo)