When Bubba Corzine needed a diversion
from the demands of fielding and driving a racecar, timing was on his side. When
Corzine walked away from driving Pro Stock, he journeyed into the complex world
of timing drag races.
Corzine joined forces with Bob
Brockmeyer, the founder of the Compulink timing system, where he worked for 11
He’s since moved on to the world of
serving as general manager of Kennedale Dragway in Texas and devotes a portion
of his time to serving as competition director for the two-year old American
Drag Racing League. Once again, it was all about timing.
Too much travel and an investment in
two convenience stores led to Corzine’s decision to hang up the national tour in
favor of working at a local track.
“I worked a bit on the weekends at
Kennedale and the opportunity presented itself for me to get back into this and
I took it,” Corzine said. “It’s a five-day work week. It’s a job and we work