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Tyler Brown - Delaware Speedway Late Model "Rookie of the Year"


(March 2006 FLRS Class Photo, click on image)

Tyler's Website
http://www.tyler-brown.com


Tyler Brown was born July 11, 1991, turning 15 years old in July 2006. He has been racing for nine years including Cadets at WRKC, WKA, Mosport and Toronto Kart Club's, the Ontario Pro Challenge Series, and attended FinishLine Racing School in April 2006.  All this leads to Tyler becoming  the "Youngest" Late Model driver to ever compete at Delaware Speedway and finish the 2006 season as "Rookie of the Year" and 10th in final season points.  
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Tyler's karting years Tyler at Flamborough Tyler at Waterdown Tyler at Delaware

Waterdown 15 year old takes Rookie of the Year title at Delaware Speedway
For immediate release - September 4, 2006
WATERDOWN, ONTARIO – Sunday at Delaware was a big day of racing for 15-year-old racer Tyler Brown. A year had been spent trying to get to this point, and now, with one more ‘good’ race night, Brown could clinch the coveted Delaware Speedway Late Model Rookie of the Year championship. Although it wasn’t the day he was looking for, the result was, and Brown was crowned Delaware Speedway Late Model Rookie of the Year.

“Right now, this has to sink in a bit,” Brown said after being crowned Rookie of the Year. “It has been a full year of work – not only by me – but by the whole team, and I thank each one of them for their help this year. We had a goal as a team, and now we have achieved that – it feels great!”    (read more...)


Tyler Brown takes lead in Rookie standings
The Auto Channel News
July 3, 2006
Waterdown youngster takes the lead at Delaware Speedway

WATERDOWN, ONTARIO –Last Friday was a pivotal night in the young career of
14-year-old stockcar driver Tyler Brown. Delaware hosted 27 Late Models
with an influx of cars form upper series such as Allstar, as well as some
regular CASCAR drivers.

Brown qualified his car – just like they do in NASCAR – in the 18th slot.
“My crew chief just told me to lay down one safe lap and they try for more
on the second and that’s all I tried to do,” Brown said of his first
attempt at single car qualifying run. (read more...)



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