Dunlop Super2 Series
Position
9
Points
939
Penalty 0
Average Qualifying Position 9.7
Average finishing Position 10.7

biography

Place of birth
Toowoomba, Queensland; June 5, 1998
Lives
Toowoomba, Queensland
Status
TBC
Outside of Racing
Water skiing
Personal Vehicle
Toyota Hilux
Engineer
Dan Kroehn
Follow Will Brown

The winner of both the Australian Formula 4 and Toyota 86 Racing Series titles in 2016, Will Brown stepped into the Dunlop Super2 Series last year with Eggleston Motorsport.

Brown quickly made an impression, taking a podium finish in just his second event at Symmons Plains.

While that was his sole visit to the rostrum, Brown was on-track for a maiden victory in the final race in Newcastle before a late mechanical failure also dropped him a potential fifth to ninth in the points.

He was duly voted by media as the best Supercars rookie of 2017, receiving the prestigious Mike Kable Young Gun Award.

Brown returns for a second season in an ex-Triple Eight Commodore, and will make his PIRTEK Enduro Cup debut with Erebus Motorsport alongside Anton De Pasquale.

With his 2016 success, Brown is one of only five drivers in Australian racing history to achieve two national circuit racing titles in the one year.

His Formula 4 crown followed Rookie of the Year honours in 2015, and karting at state and national level across New South Wales and Queensland.

Event Race Qualifying Finish
Adelaide 500 ›
Race 1 › 4 5
Race 2 › 5 6
Race 3 › 3 3
Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint ›
Race 1 › 15 9
Race 2 › 2 8
Race 3 › 7 7
Perth SuperSprint ›
Race 1 › 19 18
Race 2 › 17 20
Race 3 › 20 13
Watpac Townsville 400 ›
Race 1 › 14 14
Race 2 › 6 7
RABBLE.club Sandown 500 ›
Race 1 › 7 17
Race 2 › 12 10
Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 ›
Race 1 › 5 13

Vehicle detail

Holden Commodore VF
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