BrownTown Racing, based in Lincolnton, North Carolina, is the 2022 N2/WERA Lightweight Endurance Championship winners. They are looking to defend the title this weekend at the opening round at Road Atlanta.
Don’t let their small amount of endurance experience trick you, the riders on this family team have a combined 30+ years of racing experience.
Father/Owner of BrownTown Racing David Brown has raced motorcycles on the track for over 28 years. He has won many national championships and races including the WERA 750 Superbike Expert national race, 2016 WERA Triple Crown aboard his Suzuki 750, then getting second place in the 2017 WERA Triple Crown aboard his Yamaha R1 and select 2013 AMA Superstock 600 races.
Oldest son Reese Brown is back from injury and ready to race this weekend aboard the Suzuki SV650. Reese Brown has won multiple WERA 2021 regional and national Novice championships aboard a similarly built SV650. He has also tested his Suzuki against the Pros at select East Coast MotoAmerica races.
Youngest son Chase Brown is the youngest in the family but he does not lack the skill and experience to be a top runner in the championship. Chase has plenty of experience on a road racing bike. He has been ranked highly in many regional and national expert races aboard a Suzuki SV650 and Yamaha R6. He placed second in the AMA Superbike 1000 race. He has also been racing the MotoAmerica Twins cup series aboard his Aprilla RS 660, with a top finish of 11th at Barber Motorsports park.
BrownTown Racing is a team to look out for at the opening round in Atlanta. BrownTown racing says they are confident going into Atlanta because they know Brandon Cole with PowerSport Supply and Michael Copoulos have their Suzuki dialed in.
N2 Trackdays has a practice/trackday event on Thursday May 25th before the first 4-hour race of the N2/WERA National Endurance series kicks off at 1:00pm Eastern Time on Friday May 26th. The weather forecast could not be better and BrownTown Racing expects to defend their national championship.