In the two weeks following a monumental victory for himself and Brandonbilt Motorsports at Talladega Superspeedway, Brandon Brown has had a rough go of things, after a poor finish at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s ROVAL, and now a late-race accident at Texas Motor Speedway, which will see the No. 68 collect his 8th finish outside the top-30 this season.
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The crash was simply the result of the No. 68 Chevrolet Camaro breaking loose in turn two, drifting to the outside wall in an attempt to catch the black and green machine. As they always say “what comes up must come down” and that’s exactly what happened, with Brown collecting the inside wall and destroying the front of the car, resulting in a finish of 33rd.