Special Needs Children in Big Bay, Michigan Benefit from Sprint Car Competition

Defending Knoxville Raceway 360 sprint car track champion Brian Brown battled against two of the better drivers in the business before pulling away for a special win in Sedalia, Missouri.

Brian Brown's win helps handicapped children at Bay Cliff Health Camp
Brian Brown's win helps handicapped children at Bay Cliff Health Camp
Brown battled with Jason Johnson and Sprint Cup star Kasey Kahne in the Michael Ross Memorial Foundation (MRMF) car with K&N Engineering products. “The race was a good one,” said the Grain Valley, Missouri driver. “We were fortunate to start on the pole, but after a restart on lap three, Jason was able to slide by me. We were able to pass him, but Kasey got in the action and passed us both. Kasey and I raced by each other three or four laps and he proved why he’s such great driver.”

Brown has used K&N Engineering air and oil filters for seven years. “Anyone looking for more horsepower and durability should use K&N filters,” he said. “K&N protects my engines and gives me an extra advantage on the track.”

The MRMF benefits the Bay Cliff Health Camp in Big Bay, Michigan. The camp is for handicapped children only, many with special care needs. “I don’t have a whole lot of money myself to donate to the foundation, but I did donate half of my winnings,” said Brown. “I thought it was the least I could do. I’ve always been a big supporter of the foundation and I believe in what they do at the Michigan camp.”

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