Brown won’t be competing in the demolition derby at the end of the night but we suspect that if he did he would probably win that too.
Instead he will be racing his familiar #77 in the Super Sedan category – a division he won a national championship in only a couple of seasons ago.
On top of that he will be in the rebadged #A1 in the Quest Apartment Late Models after he won the DiCandilo Steel City Australian Late Model Championship here two weeks back.
What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that the Broome-based racer is in his rookie Late Model season, having only driven the left-hand drive machines at about half a dozen shows!
On top of that Brown won the WA Late Model championship in Albany last weekend.
Joining the Super Sedans and Late Models on the track will be the TW Mechanical 360 Sprintcars, Harris Engines Wingless Sprints and then of course the Great Caravan, Boat and Dunny Demo Derby, presented by Carbusters.