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March 30th, 2013 - After being delayed a week by Mother Nature the King of America III Modified Nationals was held over the weekend at Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, Kansas) as ninety-four of the best Open Wheel Modified pilots in the country entered the $10,000-to-win event, which was sanctioned by the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS).

Thursday and Friday night found a series of double heat races contested, and on Thursday night Chris won his first heat from the second starting spot and advanced from the ninth starting spot to a fourth place finish in his second heat. He ended the night fourteenth in the overall point standings.

Friday night found Chris winning his first heat race from the third starting spot, and he passed five cars in the second heat to finish third. His combined points from the two nights locked him into the tenth starting spot for Saturday night's 100 lap finale.

In the feature on Saturday evening he progressively began working his way forward as the event went green. By lap 30 he was into the top five as he continued his march forward. A spirited battle waged for positions two through six during the race's mid-stages, but Brown would work his way past Jeremy Payne into the second spot by lap 80 as he set his sights on the leader, Ryan Gustin. Over the final twenty laps Brown applied heavy pressure to the leader, and even pulled alongside him on a few occasions, but fell just short of making the pass as he settled for a second place finish. He was awarded a $6,000 check for his efforts, which marked his richest USMTS payday of his career.

Full results from all three days are available at www.USMTS.com.

1March 17th, 2013 - Chris Brown took part in a three race swing with the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) over the weekend, which rumbled across Texas and Louisiana.

The trio of events began on Friday night at RPM Speedway (Crandall, Texas) with a $4,000-to-win program, which saw fifty-one Open Wheel Modified entries pass through the gate. Preliminary action found Brown earning the sixteenth starting spot for the 50 lap feature, and in the main event he advanced five spots to record an eleventh place finish.

On Saturday night the USMTS competitors thundered into the 1/4 mile confines of Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana) for a $2,000-to-win, 40 lap shootout. Once again fifty-one entries were in the pit area, and a sixth to third run in the second heat race locked Brown into the eighth starting spot for the main event. Chris ran in the top ten for the duration of the event before crossing the finish line in the eighth position.

The ultra-busy weekend concluded on Sunday evening at Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, Louisiana) with another $2,000-to-win program. Brown started his evening outing with a second to first performance in the first heat, which locked him into the redraw for the feature, where he received the seventh starting spot. For the second night in a row he battled in the bottom half of the top ten for the duration of the event before notching a seventh place finish.

Full results from all three events are available at www.USMTS.com.

March 2nd, 2013 - It was a doubleheader of action over the weekend for the Chris Brown as he participated in both the P&W Sales SUPR Super Late Model and Open Wheel Modified portions of the annual Port-A-Cool Texas Dirt Track Championship at the Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway (Justin, Texas).

The weekend began on Friday night in the Open Wheel Modified division as a talented field of more than seventy competitors were on hand for the program. After drawing the ninth starting spot for the fifth heat race Brown rocketed to the heat race win, which locked him into the A-main qualifier in the third starting spot. After battling at the front of the pack for the duration of the preliminary feature Chris finished third behind race winner, Ryan Gustin, and Rodney Sanders to lock into the pole scramble for Saturday night's 40 lap, $3,000-to-win finale. A sixth place finish in the pole scramble resulted in Brown starting sixth in the finale. During the course of the main event he advanced to a third place finish behind race winner, Rodney Sanders, and Ryan Gustin.

In the P&W Sales Southern United Professional Racers (SUPR) event on Saturday night, thirty-nine Super Late Models registered for battle, and Chris drew the sixth starting spot for the first heat race in his #21 Bloomquist/Roush Yates Racing Engine Super Late Model. A sixth to third run in his heat race positioned Brown starting eleventh on the feature grid for the $3,500-to-win finale. Unfortunately handling issues would plague Chris in the feature as he faded to a seventeenth place finish at the checkered flag.

Full results for both divisions from the event are available at www.TexasMotorSpeedway.com.