There are three well-known Chris Brown’s. One who races for Team DGB, one who races for various teams in the inters and clubman series and one who beat up Rihanna. Personally that acoldae makes him my favourite but the Chris Brown who races for Team DGB is arguably the quickest Brown next to the diarrhea that often comes out of his mouth.
Having tried his hand at corporate karting as well as a season racing in the Hot Ford championship where he finished third, Brown made the move to Club100 after meeting Steve Gray through work and being persuaded to take part in a test session at the end of 2011. Admitting to “shitting himself” when he was the karts going round and feeling way out of his depth. Brown nevertheless adapted quickly and was soon putting in some respectable times.
Signing up for a full season, the first half of 2012 was very much a learning experience but Brown very quickly found his feet and soon felt he was being held back. Despite scoring a podium late in the year, he was instrumental in sacking Steve Gray from the team. Partnering just Chris Dean the following year, the duo dominated the rookie championship and went on the take the intermediate championship at their first attempt in 2014.
As well as success in the endurance series, Brown also competed with success in the sprint championship in 2013 and 2014 and scored a number of podium finishes. He also made a one-off appearance in the season finale of the open championship in 2013 and won - holding off a number of top premier drivers in the process.
An outspoken driver who isn’t afraid to speak his mind, Brown has occasionally come in for criticism due to his aggressive driving and penchant for getting involved in silly on-track incidents. Nevertheless, his speed cannot be questioned and he remains one of the most promising new drivers currently racing in the endurance championship.
2012 Rookie Endurance Championship 8th
2013 Rookie Endurance Championship 1st
2014 Intermediate Endurance Championship 1st