Will Brown’s contract with Erebus Motorsport will expire at the end of the 2023 season, the team announced today.
An peaceful deal and early release from his contract, which had him Erebus confirms Brown exit locked up until the end of 2024, resulted from Brown’s decision to seek new options.
Brown signed with the current Championship leaders back in 2017 Erebus confirms Brown exit before making his Supercars Championship debut in 2021, thus his relationship with Erebus has lasted a while.
Will has been a member of our team for almost six years, and although we are sorry to see him go, business will continue as usual for the rest of 2023, according to Erebus CEO Barry Ryan.
Our shared goal is to win both championships and develop Erebus confirms Brown exit into the top pit lane squad.
Currently, Erebus leads the Team rankings, while Brown is second in the Driver’s Championship behind colleague Brodie Kostecki.
Brown remarked, “I’m grateful for the experiences and chances I’ve had with the team.
It’s been a wonderful ride with Erebus.” “I want to thank Erebus, the entire team, sponsors, and fans for their support throughout my time here. This choice wasn’t made lightly.
I’ll give every race my all and will never waver from our shared commitment to driving Erebus confirms Brown exit to the Driver’s and Team’s Championship in 2023.
On August 18–20, the OTR SuperSprint will host the start of the 2023 season.
Will Brown will quit the team at the conclusion of the 2023 Supercars Series.
One year before the expiration of his contract, according to Erebus Motorsport. The announcement coincides with Brown’s anticipated replacement of Shane van Gisbergen.
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After working together for several years, notably in the Dunlop Super2 Series. Erebus claims that the breakup is “an amicable agreement and early release from his contract.”
Will has been a member of our team for nearly six years. And although we are sorry to see him go. Business will continue as usual for the rest of 2023, according to Erebus confirms Brown exit CEO Barry Ryan.
Our shared goal is to win both championships and develop Erebus into the top pit lane squad.
Teammate Brodie Kostecki is ahead of Brown in the Repco Supercars Championship right now. But Brown has recently taken the lead.
He stated, “I’m grateful for the experiences and chances I’ve had with the team.
It’s been an amazing trip with Erebus. “I want to thank Erebus, the entire team, sponsors, and fans for their support throughout my time here. This choice wasn’t made lightly.
“I’ll be giving it all I’ve got in the remaining races, And I’m still fully dedicate to Erebus confirms Brown exit. I winning the Drivers’ and Teams’ Championship in 2023,” he said.
In a recent appearance on The Dale Junior Download podcast, van Gisbergen identified Brown. As one of the three to four drivers on Triple Eight’s “shortlist” to replace the New Zealander.
Van Gisbergen asserts that he has not yet secured a NASCAR contract for 2024. Although he has been quite complimentary of Trackhouse Racing’s long-term goals.
Erebus confirms Brown exit
The three-time Supercars champion made his racing debut in Chicago last month. Trackhouse will field him once more this weekend on the road track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
This weekend at The Brickyard, Brodie Kostecki, a current teammate of Brown’s at Erebus who confirmed. Brown will also make his Cup Series debut in a Richard Childress Racing car.
He is also believed to have a contract with Erebus that, in theory. Binds him to the Betty Klimenko-owned team through the year 2024.