Zak Brown Offers Historic Monza Drive To Chaz Mostert For Winning At Bathurst

This is the third such deal Brown has made this year for his drivers

Zak Brown is best recognized nowadays for being the head of McLaren Racing, however he’s obtained his fingers in a great deal of different motorsport pies. Brown additionally co-owns United Autosport, which is currently partnered with 2 various other iconic global names Walkinshaw Racing as well as Andretti Autosport to create the Walkinshaw Andretti United Supercars team down under. That team utilizes one Chaz Mostert, who partnered with Lee Holdsworth to take the Bathurst 1000 success from post this weekend.

Earlier this year Brown made bargains with McLaren vehicle drivers Patricio O’Ward and also Daniel Ricciardo that they can get a Formula One examination as well as a drive in his ex-Dale Earnhardt NASCAR stocker respectively– if they executed along with he recognized they could. With O’Ward almost taking the IndyCar championship and Ricciardo securing McLaren’s initial F1 triumph in several periods, Brown has had a lot of good will to pay back.

When Mostert was talked to post-victory he quipped “We never actually picked anything, however I believe he [Brownish] owes me currently without a doubt,” Mostert said. “I ‘d better take a look with his garage as well as exercise what I intend to drive.” To which second-place finisher James Moffat replied that Brown possessed his papa Allan’s 1970s Chevrolet Monza which competed in the Sports Sedans championship.

Brown verified in a tweet (over) that he not just had the auto, yet the deal was definitely on the table. I’m not an Aussie with a deep connection to the Sports Sedans champion, but I reckon this would certainly be a pretty trendy automobile to drive around for a while. Those old DeKon Design Monzas were rather special, what with a 650 horsepower little block in advance in a huge widebody tubeframe machine. Yeah, I believe that ‘d be alright.