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 2009 UPDATE

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While 2009 marks the 3rd season for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, Doug Brown and the HB Motorsports team are missing the opportunity to compete at the highest level of competition in Canadian stock car racing for economic reasons.

Like many teams in motorsports, the state of the economy and the loss of major sponsorship have forced the team to regroup and seek other avenues for remaining in the sport this season albeit at a lower level of competition.

But like the highly determined team that it is, there is good news for HB Motorsports in 2009. That news being that the team has made some significant changes that are providing an opportunity to develop new talent for the team. That new talent is third generation driver Mitchell Brown.

"Mitch" as he prefers to be called turned 16 years of age in late April and already he's beginning to make great strides to becoming a force to be reckoned with in the future.

Over the past four seasons he has been preparing himself for his future in motorsports - a tradition that began for the family when granddad Harold Brown competed in the Supermodified ranks in the 1960s and early 70s then made the switch to Late Models where he became a steady and popular runner at Flamboro, Delaware and Cayuga and was among the leading competitors in the Export "A" Series.

He now takes over the seat of the team's #10 car his dad Doug Brown drove during some successful years in CASCAR and most recently in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series,

As a teenager, Mitch's poise on and off the track; his quiet demeanour when discussing racing or his off-season passion for hockey; and the way he studies the sports and observes the actions of those he believes can further his career are qualities that are already paying huge benefits in his development.

With the stretch run now on in the two classes of racing he competes in, he continues his focus on capturing Ohsweken's Mini Stock Division Championship and setting atop the podium in the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup.

One is clearly within his grasp. The other poses a greater challenge but his confidence and determination will help him accomplish his goals.

Regardless of the final results, Mitch Brown will be there when the stretch run to the final laps begin.

As we have been doing since we broke into this sport over a dozen years ago, we will continue to approach each event and personal appearance on behalf of our sponsors and our sport with the intentions of elevating the perception of stock car racing to the level it deserves; to highlight the exciting and colourful entertainment race fans have come to enjoy; and to demonstrate and validate the marketing opportunities thousands of businesses large and small are already benefiting from or are about to enjoy.

Hopefully, you will find time to take in a race or two and get to appreciate first hand the colourful and exciting entertainment provided by some of the most competitive racing teams in Canadian motorsport






Despite a torrid pace through the 20-car starting field it looked as though Mitch Brown had come one car short of registering his tenth feature win of the season at Ohsweken Speedway on August 21st.

The youngster who started 12th but was late breaking out of the tightly bunched pack of Mini Stocks set for battle in the their feature event of the evening and appeared to be set for a tenth to seventh place finish in the 15-lap dash. But a caution flag late in the race bunched the field and it was all he needed to set himself up for a late race charge that fell a lap short in his bid to the victory.  It appeared to be only the third time that the teenager hadn't taken the winner's trophy in the 2009 season

But wait a minute. A feature race isn't over official over until post-race inspection.

The ESSO Mini Stock feature began with Chase Hess and Mike Giberson on the front row, and it was Hess getting the early lead, which he would hold for much of the first half of the race. While a good battle ensued up front between Hess and Mike Evers, fans were also keeping an eye on Brown, who was gunning for his tenth feature win of the season after finishing second to Ohsweken's Steve Hess the previous Friday.




Mitchell Brown will be gunning for win #11 in the Esso Minsi Stock Division at Ohsweken Speedway on Friday August 28th and again on September 4th.


On September 5th he will be competing in the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cuo seies Race #6 at London's Delaware Speedway

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