From the winner's circle in Indy, Antron Brown traveled to Washington D.C. to testify at the Dirksen Senate Office Building. Brown will meet with the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee as it considers passage of the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act. THE RPM Act is intended to ensure racers have the right to modify street vehicles into dedicated race cars,
“The RPM Act is essential to the racing community, particularly for grassroots racers who are just getting started,” said Brown. “It’s imperative that we protect the ability for young men and women to be able to compete at the track. The RPM Act will give racers the assurance they need to continue this American tradition.”
Brown will be joined by his sons Adler and Anson, who compete in NHRA’s Junior Drag Racing Series, and his wife Billie Jo. Antron will share details about his family’s personal journey in motorsports, which includes four generations of Brown family members competing on the track.