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(Updated 6/3/08 )

Drag Racing Stories

Wilton Wallace Jr. Last Brother Standing In Gamblers at MIR

Wilton "Horse" Wallace Jr. was the last "Brother" standing in the Gamblers race on Sunday, June 1, 2008 when the race was cancelled due to rain the purse was split with the remaining racers.
We Congratulate Horse for staying in the race.


Clay McCauley Wins in 10.5 Outlaw at Coastal Plains Dragway

Clay Cauley in his Chevy Camaro wins the unions 10.5 Outlaw race held on Saturday, May 31, 2008 at the Coastal Plains Dragway in Jacksonville, NC. We Congratulate Clay on his Victory.


Willie Warren, Jr. Takes It to the Winner's Circle at N.E. Dragway

Willie Warren, Jr. wins in the Motorcycle Class on Saturday, May 31, 2008 at Northeast Dragway 008. We Congratulate Willie on his victory.


Eric Whitehurst Lands Another Double this time at Northeast Dragway

Eric Whitehurst after coming off a double final at Outerbanks Speedway last week. Eric does it again this time at Northeast Dragway on Saturday, May 31, 2008 . Eric running his Dragster in Top Eliminator and his Chevy Camaro in Modified Eliminator. Eric took home the win in Mod ET and got runner-up in Top Eliminator losing by a margin of .019. We Congratulate Eric on his outstanding driving skills and his winning performance.


Carlton Thornton Get R/U in Footbrake at Richmond Dragway

Carlton Thorton former Junior Dragster driver is making his mark in Mod ET. Carlton gets runner-up at Richmond Dragway on Saturday, May 31, 2008. Congratulations Carlton!


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Wesley Washington Jr. Wins Top ET at Colonial Beach Dragway

Wesley Washington, Jr. wins in Top Eliminator at Colonial Beach Dragway on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26, 2008. We Congratulate Wesley on his win.


Roger Johnson gets the win in Trophy Class at Carolina Dragway
Roger Johnson wins the Trophy final at the Ironman Carolina Dragway Points Meet in Jackson, SC on Saturday, May 24, 2008. Roger, a native of Nanjemoy, MD, gets his first win since relocating from Japan to Fort Gordon, GA. We Congratulate Roger on this first win!!!


The "Young Soldiers" from Soul Factory Church Visit Capitol Raceway

The "Young Soldiers" from the Soul Factory Church in Forestville, MD made a stop at Capitol Raceway on Saturday, May 31, 2008. This was just one of the activities that the group had scheduled for the day on Saturday. The Soul Factory Church gives back to the community with programs like; free gas give aways, free groceries and a number of other activities within the church that focus on the youth of the community. The church slogan is "Changing Lives From the Inside Out". If you would like to learn more about the "Young Soldiers" and the Soul Factory they are located at 7702 Marlboro Pike, Forestville, MD or click here to view web site.


Message from Custom T's of D.C.
(Larry Thompson, Owner; "Monster" Jones, and Randy Pryor)

"We would like to first thank God for blessing us with a beautiful and safe race day on Sunday, May 25, 2008. Our deepest appreciation goes out to all the racers and fans that supported us at the 1st Annual Custom T's of D.C. Doorslammer Nationals. The turn out was great!

Our thanks to Royce and Jason Miller for giving us the opportunity to host this meet and also for agreeing to let us host our 2nd Annual Custom T's of D.C. Doorslammer Nationals in 2009 at Maryland International Raceway. The date has been set, it will be SUNDAY, MAY 24, 2009. So please be sure to mark your calendars. We look forward to seeing you all there next year."


Award Recipients at the 1st Annual Doorslammer Nationals

Custom T's of D.C. hosted their 1st Annual Doorslammers Nationals at Maryland International Raceway on Sunday, May 25, 2008 it was a great event. We would like to thank Larry Thompson of Custom T's of D.C. for giving QuarterMileBrothers.com an opporunity to be a part of the program on Sunday. QuarterMileBrothers.com in conjunction with Custom T's of D.C. was privilege to present the "Drag Racing Vision Award" to a few outstanding individuals.

Custom T's of D.C. and QuarterMileBrothers.com would like to extend a very special thank you to Rodney and Charlene White from White Motorsports for donating the funds for the awards.

Super Car Engineering
In Memory of
Malcolm "Strip Blazer" Durham

In appreciation for the determination that made
you a driving force in the world of drag racing.
You had a vision, and rose above all adversity
to pave the way for the rest of us.

(Bryan Durham, the son of the late Malcolm Durham
received this award In Memory of his father.)


Freeman Brother's Racing
In Memory of
Eddie Freeman

We thank you for throwing away the rule book
and starting the race. You were a legend to the
fans and we will all miss you on the starting
line.  As we cheer from the “Freeman Brothers”
Grandstand - an honor given only to you -
we will remember your smile.

(Nicole Freeman, the daughter and Eddie Freeman, Jr. the grandson of the late Eddie Freeman received
the award In Memory of their father/grandfather.)

Carroll Carter
“C & C Motorsports”

In appreciation for the contributions that you are
making in drag racing, for your Pro Stock,
Top Sportsman and Bracket race engine programs.
We congratulate you on your accomplishments.

Bill Lane
Founder of
“Metro Area Racers”

In appreciation for the determination that
made you a pioneering force in the world of
“Test and Tune” drag racing.  You had a
vision, and rose above all adversity to pave
the way for the rest of us.

Thanks for all that you’ve done.

Reggie Roderick
“Reggie Powered Engines”

In appreciation for your dedication and
overwhelming support that you give to your
customers not only in the shop but at the track.
You go the extra mile to make sure that your
customers are satisfied. Whether on the starting
line or in the pits you are always there.

Thanks for all that you do.

QuarterMileBrothers.com had the opportunity to surprise Larry Thompson of Custom T's of D.C. with a
"Drag Racing Vision Award"

Larry Thompson
“Custom T’s of D.C.”

In appreciation for your hard work and strong
commitment to promoting drag racing events that
focus on what the racers desire and what fans like
to see.  You give the racers an opportunity to
showcase their talents. While giving the fans the
best that drag racing has to offer.

Thanks for all that you do.

Reggie Kellibrew from Kellibrew Motorsports sponsored the Two Awards for "Best Appearing"

Marc Hayes
Best Appearing

Charles Kelly
Best Appearing

Francis Butler, Monster, Randy Pryor presented Larry Thompson with a special "Appreciation Award".

Larry Thompson
Appreciation Award

Photographer Francis Butler also presented "Lifetime Achievement" Awards to
Buck Proctor, Wally Bell and Sam Auxier, Jr.

Buck Proctor
"Lifetime Achievement"

Custom T's of D.C. presented Mike Thompkin with the "Grand Marshall" Award

Mark Reece #3 qualifier in the Top Sportsman Quick 32 program was the lucky winner
of the $100 raffle sponsored by QuarterMileBrothers.com.

John Pluchino #6 qualifier in the Pro Outlaw Quick 16 program took home the win in Pro Outlaw Quick 16.

Tracey Ogdeu #32 qualifier in the Top Sportsman Quick 32 program took home the win in T/S Quick 32.


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