Pro outlaw 10.5
It wasn't the way he'd dreamed of taking his first race win in Pro Outlaw 10.5, but a win is a win. In the end, Jim Brown took the win on a coin flip, but he had to do the work to get to the finals to make that possible. It wasn't just his first win, but the first time he's made it out of the treacherous first round. It was a tough road, as Jim qualified in the middle of the pack with only a 7.54/182 pass in his big-block-powered 'Stang. After Dennis Bailey gave him the easy win in Round 1, Jim had to face the music against Conrad Scarry in Round 2; luck was on his side again as the Scarry team had troubles. As the weather delayed the race, Jim and his final-round opponent both had to get home to face the daily grind, so they agreed on the coin flip. Lady luck was in Jim's corner.