Gause’s Brandon Corn winning big in American Sprint Car Series


In winner’s circle at Lawton, Oklahoma (L-R) Chevy Corn and Dennis Brown who led wire-to-wire in his ASCS feature win Aug. 20. At right is an unidentified ASCS track official. In winner’s circle at Lawton, Oklahoma (L-R) Chevy Corn and Dennis Brown who led wire-to-wire in his ASCS feature win Aug. 20. At right is an unidentified ASCS track official. L AW T ON, Ok la— Bra ndon Corn of Gause left little doubt about his first career American Sprint Car Series feature win by wiring the field in Saturday night’s 25-lap American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region main event at Lawton Speedway.

He gunned into the lead from the pole position and led all the way atop the high-banked, quarter mile red clay oval for his first taste of ASCS victory-lane glory.

Corn began his ASCS action in 1998 and has had 112 starts in the Gulf South, Lone Star, and National. He has racked up 7,329 points combined.

From 2003 through 2011 he rolled up 5,016 points in the Gulf South Region, and broke into the ASCS Top 20 in both 2004 (11th place with 1,442 overall points) and 2008 (7th place with 2,170 points).

From 2008 through August, 2011 he has compiled 2,313 points in the Lone Star Region, not to mention his appearance in the ASCS Points Standing Top 20 in 2010 (4th place with 1,631 points).

Corn has had 89 feature starts, 8 Top 5’s, and 24 Top 10’s.

Honors—National (through Aug. 20), 29 Feature Starts, 1 Top 5, 1 Top 10; Gulf South (prior to 2011 season), 48 Feature Starts, 5 Top 5’s, 17 Top 10’s; Lone Star (prior to 2011 season), 12 Feature Starts, 2 Top 5’s, 6 Top 10’s.

Team, car, engine—With a new engine, new car, and additional sponsors ahead, Corn and his team are looking to the 2012 season with high expectations.

His racing team members are his son, Chevy Corn, his father, Larry Corn, Mike Alford, Dennis Brown and Corbin Estes.


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