Honda's Mike Brown had a busy weekend in Europe. On Saturday night, November 10, Brown compete in Spain for the Madrid Supercross and dominated the racing action.

The CAS Honda rider, said, "Madrid was a good event for me. There were three main races, and I won all three."

Overall, Brown took the win over Manuel Rivas and Americans Davi Millsaps, Nathan Ramsey and Tyler Bowers.

Immediately following the race, Brown hit the road and traveled all night to get to Paris, France, for the Bercy Supercross, where he filled in for fellow Honda rider Jeremy McGrath.

McGrath competed the first two nights at Bercy, but had to skip out early so he could make the start of Tuesday's Baja 1000, where he is set to compete in the Baja Challenge class in identically equipped, Wide Open Baja touring cars that are fitted with Subaru engines.

Brown finished sixth in Sunday's final, helping give the United States the victory in the team competition.

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By Cycle News Staff

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