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Import face-off: Dallas, Texas - Intel

For this event, IFO hosted a Gambler's FWD class with a $400 buy-in and the winner's pot built up to $4000.

Scott Steinberg
Feb 21, 2011

The 5th annual Dallas Import Faceoff event had its largest turnout yet. For this event, IFO hosted a Gambler's FWD class with a $400 buy-in and the winner's pot built up to $4000. Tony Palo and his red Acura Integra (B-series) met Aaron Lopez and his Honda Civic (H22). Tony won with a record 8.577 @ 183.84 mph to Aaron's much slower, yet very respectable 9.491 @ 161.38 mph on a stock transmission. This was a significant showdown in that Tony was looking to redeem himself after red lighting to Aaron's slow stage at the Crandall, TX IFO back in April - except this time, Tony staged last.

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In the car show portion of the event, Best Club Representation was won by Team 16 Niss. Best of Show was won by Marcus Chin and his blue Honda Fit.

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