Brandon Brown focused the goal back into Darlington
With the Nascar Xfinity Series Playoff Berth is impossible, Brandon Brown focuses on an increase throughout the remaining 2022 season.
The 28 -year -old player returned to B.J. McLeod Motorsports for VFW Hair Sports Clips helps Heroes 200 at Darlington Raceway.
Onboard Chevrolet Camaro SS No. 78 is Jabs Construction.
This is the first time the Woodbridge company, VA partnered with Brown since Richmond Raceway earlier this year.
In 11 begins together, the couple has one top-five finish and four top-10.
"It feels fun to have a loyal partner like Jabs Construction, because with them partnering with me in 78,
it only shows that they are willing to survive by my side wherever I go racing
and it is always important," admitted chocolate. "I am very grateful To the team
and his family for their sustainable support in my career and want to see fellow Woodbridge natives leave as far as I can. "
In addition to Brown locked through the temporary winner of his past,
only 38 entries means that all teams are locked in the race.
Entering Darlington, Chevrolet Camaro SS No.
"B.J. The McLeod team appeared with a decent baseline at Watkins Glen, so it was good, "Brown reflected.
"We focus on the small Gremlin in the car, and have several electricity problems.
From there we will continue to work to handle
and how we can change the car for the better than in their place now. "
Brown has eight starts on 'The Track Too Sound to Tame.'
In eight it began in Darlington, his best finish ranked -13
in the race returned by the Xfinity Series for racing from Covid Break in 2020.