Brinsfield Loses In A Battle Of Record Holders At IHRA Parts Pro North American Nationals EPPING, NH-- If it were boxing, this would have been the battle for unification of the belt. However, the only sparring that took place between Dale ...
Brinsfield Loses In A Battle Of Record Holders At IHRA Parts Pro North American Nationals
EPPING, NH-- If it were boxing, this would have been the battle for unification of the belt. However, the only sparring that took place between Dale Brinsfield and Al Billes in the first round of Pro Modified eliminations at the IHRA Parts Pro North American Nationals. The battle was between the record holders of the class and this time elapsed time prevailed.
Brinsfield opened the qualifying with a 6.512/216.51, which was good enough for the 13th spot. He stepped up in a big way during the final session as he carded a 6.396/217.91 and that made him the quickest nitrous car on the premises.
He secured the second spot and his present was a match with Billes. The Canadian was quicker off of the line than the Dylan Mortgage-sponsored, Greensboro, N.C.-based, Brinsfield played a frantic game of catch-up. However, the finish line came too quick as Billes won by a 6.457/219.79 to 6.463/217.98.
The Dylan Mortgage-sponsored team plans to continue his championship conquest at the IHRA CARQUEST Autumn Nationals in Rockingham, NC., during the weekend of September 24-26. Brinsfield, along with each Pro Modified contestant, will be afforded four qualifying runs during the course of the event and the quickest sixteen entries will compete in final eliminations on Sunday. This event will be televised on ESPN2 with the dates TBA in an upcoming issue of Drag Review.
Dylan Mortgage is based in Wilmington, N.C., and employs a staff of 300. They host offices in such states as both the Carolinas, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. According to Caviness, a vast expansion this year will bring new venues such as Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma and Virginia. Dylan is no stranger to championships, as it currently sponsors the two-time national champion in organized softball.