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Mr. Bill Lester
When Bill Lester was chosen to drive the No. 8 BHR Dodge in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, one of his biggest dreams came true. After years of hard work, he finally got his chance to drive full-time in a NASCAR national touring series.hen Bill Lester was chosen to drive the No. 8 BHR Dodge in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, one of his biggest dreams came true. After years of hard work, he finally got his chance to drive full-time in a NASCAR national touring series.
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James Stewart, Jr. 
Of all the milestones James “Bubba� Stewart Jr. has reached, being the first African-American to dominate in motocross seems least notable—to him, anyway. He has a point, particularly when you consider everything the 23-year-old has accomplished. After racking up a record-breaking 11 American Motorcyclist Association Amateur National titles riding for Kawasaki Team Green, James was named 2002 Rookie of the Year in his debut pro season. In 2004, he won both the AMA 125 East Supercross Championship and the AMA 125 Motocross National Championship, and four years later, in 2008, he became the second rider in history after Ricky Carmichael to complete a perfect motocross season—24 wins in 24 races—after coming back from knee surgery, no less. He capped off his perfect season with the 2008 AMA Speed Athlete of the Year award.
Antron makes history in 2012 by winning NHRA Top Fuel world championship for DSR

Antron Brown dreamed of driving one of the world’s most iconic racecars, but never truly believed that one day he would.

His vibrant personality, perseverance, intelligence, athleticism and deeply held religious convictions helped plot the course for not only getting a job driving in NHRA drag racing’s ultimate category of Top Fuel Dragster in 2008. And just four years later, the New Jersey native would be crowned the 2012 NHRA Top Fuel Dragster world champion along with his Matco Tools teammates at Don Schumacher Racing.

Achieving that milestone enabled Antron to become the first African-American to win a major U.S. auto racing season championship.

Antron Brown
Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton, MBE (born 7 January 1985) is a British Formula One racing driver from England, currently racing for the Mercedes AMG team. He is the 2008 Formula One World Champion.

Hamilton was born in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. In December 1995, at the age of ten, he approached McLaren team principal Ron Dennis at the Autosport Awards ceremony and told him, "I want to race for you one day ... I want to race for McLaren." Less than three years later McLaren and Mercedes-Benz signed him to their Young Driver Support Programme.After winning the British Formula Renault, Formula Three Euroseries, and GP2 championships on his way up the racing career ladder, he drove for McLaren in 2007, making his Formula One debut 12 years after his initial encounter with Dennis. 

Hamilton's contract for the McLaren driver development program made him the youngest ever driver to secure a contract which later resulted in a Formula One drive.
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Full Name: Peggy Llewellyn 
Resides: San Antonio, Texas 
HT: 5'2" 
WT: 115 lbs.
Attended Summit Racing Nationals in Norwalk, OH


Featured in Yahoo! Sports Article - Peggy Llewellyn Personifies Diversity in Drag Racing
Women's Sports Foundation Travel & Training Fund - Judging Committee
Attended Summit Racing Nationals in Norwalk, OH
Cover Story of Black Girls Ride
Featured in Matador Network "What's in Your Backpack?"


Cover Story of Our Heritage Magazine
Recognized by Essence magazine as a Powerful Visionary
Graced the cover of Decisive Latino Magazine
Recognized as a Boundary Breaking Black Women by Essence.com
Featured in Heart&Soul Magazine
Attended Summit Racing Nationals in Norwalk, OH
Attended U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis, IN
Featured Athlete being Saluted by the Women's Sports Foundation in New York City
Divas For A Cure Fundraiser
AHDRA Inaugural Alamo City U.S. Nationals


Joined female drag racers in the Team Troops program
Graced the cover of Latina Style!
Participated in pre-race ceremonies at the Nascar Coca-Cola 600
Attended Summit Racing Nationals
Named Female Athlete of the Year by the Elements of a Champion Foundation
Became Celebrity endorser for Divas For A Cure


Represented the NHRA at the Urban Wheel Awards in Detroit, MI - NHRA won the diversity award

Chosen by the Women's Sports Foundation to represent drag racing at the Billie Awards in Beverly Hills, CA

After being on the sidelines most of the season, she returned to race circuit in Denver making it to the semi-finals

Participates in Career Day

Active in GoGirlGo! San Antonio

Qualified at Sonoma, Indianapolis, Dallas & Pomona

A featured guest at the SEMA show's NHRA breakfast in Las Vegas, Nevada  


Won first career final round appearance, becoming the first woman of color in the world to win a professional motorsports event - NHRA POWERade event (Dallas 2007)
Earned appearance in first ever Countdown to 4 and Countdown to 1
Finished 4th in the POWERade standings
Posted career-best time and speed: 6.923 @ 192mph
Peggy Llewellyn
Phone 484-620-6287 or 610-527-1251