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1November 15th, 2014 - Chris Brown made an unscheduled visit to The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, Nevada) over the weekend as he piloted Tommy Fain's IMCA Open Wheel Modified in the 2014 edition of the Duel in the Desert.

The three-day, mega event drew over 200 Open Wheel Modifieds to the oval, all chasing the $7,777 top prize. In Thursday night's preliminary event, Chris advanced from tenth to finish fifth in his heat race, sending him to a b-main. A second place finish in the b-main earn him the 26th starting spot on the feature grid. Despite starting near the back of the pack, Brown quickly sliced his way through the field to register a solid sixth place finish in the 25 lap, preliminary feature.

Friday evening saw another 25 lap, preliminary event being contested at the 1/2 mile oval. Chris used a heat race win to lock into the evening's main event before racing to a second place finish behind race winner, Johnny Scott. Kyle Strickler and Robert Hellebust finished third and fourth respectively. Brown's runner-up finish would earn him the sixth starting spot in Saturday night's 40 lap finale.

In the main event on Saturday, Chris battled amongst the top five throughout the 40 lap affair. He ran as high as third at times before settling to fifth place finish in the final rundown behind race winner, Terry Phillips, Jordan Grabouski, R.C. Whitwell and Johnny Scott.

Complete results from the weekend are available at

1November 8th, 2014 - Chris Brown returned to the seat of his #21 Brown Motorsports/LG21 Open Wheel Modified over the weekend as he competed in the 8th Annual Winter Nationals at Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana), which was sanctioned by the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS).

Sixty-six Open Wheel Modified registered for the opening round of the mega event on Thursday night, and Chris would fall short of lock into the $2,000-to-win feature via heat race action. As a result he would have to run a b-main where he rolled off from the twelfth position on the grid. Brown battled the handle on his entry throughout the b-main, only managing an eighth place finish. Failing to qualify for the 30 lap main event, his night came to an early end.

The winner's check increased to $3,000 on Friday evening, and Chris would enjoy a much better outing as he went into battle against a stout field of seventy-two entries. Preliminary action saw Brown winning his heat race from the third starting spot, locking him into the pole position for the 40 lap feature.

When the race went green, Brown assumed the point from fellow front-row starter, Wes Armstrong. Leading the way for much of the event Brown looked to be well on his way to victory, but he would ultimately fall just short of a triumph.

Sixteenth starting Rodney Sanders used the high side to close the gap on the leaders in the closing laps before diving to the bottom to make his move on Brown. The pair fought hard over the final five laps but it was Sanders who came out on top with Brown settling for second place. Kelly Shyrock, Chris Henigan and Steve Whiteaker Jr. rounded out the top five finishers.

Saturday night's 8th Annual WInter Nationals finale boosted a $4,000 top prize for competitors. With seventy Open Wheel Modifieds in the pit area, Chris used a ninth to third run in his heat race to lock into the ninth starting spot for the 50 lap feature. Brown raced amongst the top ten for much of the main event before crossing the finish line in sixth behind race winner, Kelly Shryock, Rodney Sanders, Cade Dillard, Stormy Scott and David Winslett.

Full results from the events are available at