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1February 27th, 2016 - Making his season debut, Chris Brown traveled to Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana) on Thursday night for United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) sanctioned 5th Annual Cajun Clash. Drawing a stacked field of sixty-five Open Wheel Modifieds, Chris was sent into the B-Main after placing 5th in his heat. Transferring the top four into the $2,000-to-win A-Main, Brown scored a 3rd place finish. Starting in 21st for the feature, Brown fell two spots in the 35-lapper retiring a 23rd place outing.

1Returning for the second night of the USMTS Casey’s Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental, Chris captured a heat race victory setting him up a 4th place starting spot for the feature. Battling for a $3,000 payday, Brown held his position for all 40 laps recording a 4th place finish behind Ryan Gustin, Jason Hughes, and Rodney Sanders with Kyle Strickler rounding out the top five.

Wrapping up the three-day stint with the USMTS Series, Brown scored a heat race win from the 2nd place starting position. Paying $4,000 to the winner of Saturday night’s finale, Chris Brown notched a 5th place finish behind Jake Gallardo, Stormy Scott, Johnny Scott, and Rodney Sanders in the 50-lap affair.

For complete standings and full results please visit www.USMTS.com.

1February 23rd, 2016 - With a new season of racing rapidly approaching Chris Brown and Gavin Landers are excited to announce that they will be teammates in the Dirt Late Model ranks in 2016.

“This is a great opportunity for both Gavin and myself,” said Brown. “I was at a point, where I needed to make some changes within my program, and Gavin was at a point, where he could use some input and help at the track. This solution puts us both in a position, where we can reach our goals.”

Brown, who finished in the runner-up spot in the 2015 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMS) Rookie of the Year battle, has improved by leaps and bounds in Dirt Late Model competition over the past few years as he traversed the national scene. This combined with his successful history as both a racer and mentor in the Modified ranks allows the Spring, Texas racer to provide knowledge that will aid Landers in his young career.

“Throughout my career I’ve always enjoyed helping other drivers with their setups and driving styles,” noted Brown. “I’ve watched Gavin race several times, and I think he has a ton of potential behind the wheel. I plan to do whatever I can to help him progress to the full extent of that potential.”

Gavin Landers recently completed his first-full year of Super Late Model competition. The 19-year-old from Batesville, Arkansas registered several strong performances throughout the year and also claimed the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) Rookie of the Year title.

“I learned a lot this year, but I recognize that I have so much more to learn,” notes Landers. “I’m eager to do whatever I need to get faster and more consistent behind the wheel. I just need somebody there at the track, who can point me in the right direction until I get more experience. Chris (Brown) definitely brings this to the table.”

The team will base their operations at the Lance Landers Motorsports facility in Batesville, Arkansas. Both drivers will utilize Sweet-Bloomquist Race Cars with Penske Shocks. James Crockett will be the crew chief for both entries with Jarrod Grider also turning wrenches.

Landers and Brown tentatively hope to open their 2016 campaign at Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana) on March 11-12 with the 6th Annual Pelican 100. The duo plans to enter an array of regional and national events throughout the season, including all of the televised races with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS). As more schedules are made available for 2016, the team will finalize their plans.

The team is currently seeking marketing partners. Any interested parties are encouraged to please contact Gavin Landers at 870-251-6866.