Thompson Motorsports promotes Aaron Brown to Crew Chief

Crew Chief Aaron Brown accomplishing one last checklist inspection prior to the #60 “” car goingon-track. First time driver Taylor Barton later drove the car to an impressive 12th place pace finish. A highly experienced Crew Chief and a true NASCAR rookie driver worked together to produce a pleasant surprise.

By RA Fariello ~ Mar 30th

Thompson Motorsports has selected master car builder, Aaron Brown, to assume the position of “Crew Chief; NASCAR Customer Cars.”

Aaron comes to TMS with an extensive background in working with many NC based Sprint Cup teams. He represents a continuing effort by TMS to bring some of NASCAR’s finest talent from the EAST to the WEST and, in doing so, assuring TMS customers of state of the art services.

Aaron, a Pennsylvania native, left his home after graduation and became a US Navy ‘Hull Tech’. After an honorable discharge, Aaron was convinced that his future would be a life working in NASCAR Racing.

By working for multiple Mooresville NC based Teams, Aaron’s experience level increased to a point where he has compiled a very impressive resume, including;

  • Crew member with the teams of Jeff Bodine, Rick Mast, and Jimmy Spencer.
  • Working with Ray Evernham and Dale Earnhardt Inc. (speedway car; design and construction)
  • Crew Chief and Builder of the current NASCAR World Record Holding “Cup Car.” (Bonneville Salt Flats; 244.9 mph)

Aaron and his son also co-own AB-1 Motorsports, an AMA Daytona Sportbike racing, and race bike building and support, organization. AB-1 Motorsports is also a noted constructor of specialized Sprint Cars.

In addition to designing and building TMS race cars, Aaron will also be the Crew Chief for the NASCAR K&N Pro GN cars of Taylor Barton and Rick Boysal.

We at TMS congratulate Aaron Brown and are very happy to have him as part of our TMS Team.

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