Brown, Jr. Places Twelfth in Pine Tree 100
6, 2018) The #00 RB2 Motorsports team traveled to Swainsboro
Raceway in Swainsboro, Georgia on Saturday evening, May 5 for
the annual running of the 'Pine Tree 100.' The Crate Late Model
special drew a strong field of competitors gunning for the $5,000
winner's check. Russell Brown, Jr. bottomed out and pushed during
the qualifying session and eventually stopped the clock twelfth
quickest. After starting the 40-lap feature from the outside of
the sixth row, Russell raced hard on the one-groove racing surface
and wound up finishing right where he started... in the twelfth
finishing position. Full results from last night at Swainsboro
can be viewed online at www.swainsbororaceway.com.
Lands on Podium in Limited at GIS!
22, 2018) Russell Brown, Jr. and his #00 team rolled
into Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia on Saturday
evening, April 21 and unloaded a Limited Late Model in pursuit
of capturing the $800 winner's check. Russell started off the
night by knocking down the fifth quickest lap during the qualifying
session. With a fast track, Russell navigated the heavy cushion
the best he could with his 602 crate motor. He did record the
fastest lap times in the main event while moving past two competitors
en route to a strong third place podium showing! Complete results
from last night at GIS can be accessed online at www.gisdirt.com.
Lifts Lid to 2018 Campaign at Cochran!
25, 2018) The RB2 Motorsports team started their 2018
racing season over the March 23-24 weekend in a pair of NeSmith
Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series shootouts that made up the 'Cochran
Clash' at Cochran Motor Speedway in Cochran, Georgia. On Friday
night in the $2,000 to win weekend opener, Russell Brown, Jr.
laid down the fourth quickest time overall during qualifying to
earn the outside of the second row for the start of the A-Main.
Unfortunately, Russell's carburetor stuttered at the drop of the
green flag and he was hit from behind - ultimately giving his
#00 mount a flat left rear tire. The Valdosta, Georgia ace wound
up retiring early and was credited with a twenty-third place performance
in his season lid lifter.
A $4,000 top prize was then up for grabs for the
cars and stars of the NeSmith Series on Saturday evening at Cochran.
Russell qualified seventh fastest in his group during time trials
before finishing sixth in his heat race and seventh in his B-Main.
He unfortunately suffered another flat Hoosier tire during the
50-lap headliner that dropped him to twenty-fourth in the final
finishing order. Full results from the Peach State can be viewed
online at www.nesmithracing.com.