Grain Valley, (MO) -  It was an exciting weekend in North Carolina for Grain Valley, Missouri’s Brian Brown and Brian Brown Racing, not only unveiling their extension with Casey’s as a primary partner but ultimately concluding the season-ending World of Outlaws World Finals with a top-ten score on Saturday, November 4. Brown, ace of the Casey’s/FVP No. 21 sprint car, finished tenth in his top-ten appearance, starting the 25-lap, $25,000-to-win finale from the pole position. In all, a sound effort for Brown at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, qualifying for all three World Finals features which resulted in 20th and 12th-place finishes prior to his top-ten appearance. Brown’s preliminary efforts were the foundation for his successes, winning Friday’s heat race, as well as Saturday’s dash - hence his pole position. “Overall, a very solid weekend for our Casey’s/FVP team. We showed a lot of speed on qualifying night and that led to great performances in the heats and dashes,” Brian Brown, ace of his own Casey’s, FVP, Andy's Frozen Custard, Impact Signs Awnings and Wraps, Mt. Dew Overdrive, HAWK Hunting, Ditzfeld Transfer, No. 21 sprint car, said. “Our efforts eventually led us to a top-ten finish in our final start of the season. “Very proud of the hard work Chad, JB, Lath, and Jared showed all week,” Brown added. “I think we’re all ready for a little break before we get into some hard prep for 2024. We’re looking forward to announcing a few new, and exciting, marketing partnerships.” “Blackjack” will roll into the winter months on the coattails of an amazing season, not only accomplishing eight victories, one of which at the famed Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania, but solidifying a 360 Knoxville Nationals title in the process. Brown’s most recent victory, as well as the largest of his career, is the aforementioned triumph at the Port Royal “Speed Palace.” The Higginsville, Missouri, native clinched a $62,000 payday in the annual Tuscarora 50 featuring the All-Star Circuit of Champions.