• NHRDA World Finals in Ennis Texas was a huge success for Driver Brian Spooner and his Blown Smoke team.  His Supercharged blown Diesel Chevy truck took home the National Champion trophy.  The final round Brian took out Steve Royalty with a fast 8.65 at 147mph.  Great job Blown Smoke and congrats from the QDR shop!
  • NHRA J&A Services Real Pro Mod driver Mike Knowles came to St Louis to defend his 2014 win and he did just that on Sunday.   The Blown Money Racing driver started his journey Saturday afternoon taking out Mike Castellana.  Mike and team would keep the momentum rolling on Sunday getting the win light over Steven Whiteley and Troy Coughlin.  The Final round Came and he was against Rickie Smith, in which Mike would once again see the win lights flash putting up a blistering fast 5.901 seconds at 242.71 mph.  Congrats Mike and the whole Blown Money Racing operation! 
  • May 16 2015, Atlanta Georgia: NHRA Real Pro Mod J&A Services round 3 kicked off with Quick Drive racing client and distributor Mike Janis of Mike Janis Racing pounding hard into the number 1 qualifier position.  Mike drove his Jan-cen Motorsports backed Pro Mod to the number one spot running a FAST 5.87 at 245.45.  The Car made it to the second round of eliminations Sunday and had a wild ride blowing the doors off and just flat having a pass to remember!  Thank you Mike for all the years of believing in our product!

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  • NHRDA World Finals in Ennis Texas was dominated by Jarid "Ironman" Vollmer  and his Bully Dog backed dodge truck.  He took home the World Champion Trophy Saturday after making a solo pass due to Ryan Millikens truck not making it to the line after a breaking some parts.  Jarid still ran a fast 9.11 at 160mph.  Great job Team Bully Dog and enjoy the off season!


  • NHRA Real Pro Mod Round 4 in Englishtown NJ kicked off right for Mike Janis Racing winning the Quick Drive Racing #1 Qualifier for the second time this season running a fast 5.775 at 250.41 mph. He set the quickest pass in the NHRA Real Pro Mod series History and narrowly missed the speed record.   The first 4 rounds have all been owned by a Quick Drive Racing  Distributor's....Coincidence?  I think NOT!  Congrats to Mike Janis Racing for putting on an awesome show