The DME Racing team successfully backed up its 2013 season in impressive fashion. Following a breakout year in which they secured two Pro Street Championships (MIROCK/Man Cup) with rider Joey Gladstone they knew it would take a colossal effort to match.
Everyone expected the DME Racing team to bring their trailer full of championship winning Pro Street Hayabusas to the Manufacturers Cup World Finals at South Georgia Motorsports Park in Valdosta, but no one expected an all-out assault on the no-bar world record of 6.62 in the quarter mile.
There have been two $10,000-to-win, Orient Express Pro Street Battle Royales and North Carolina-based DME Racing have won them both. When MIROCK Superbike Series promoter Jason Miller staged the first Battle at Maryland International Raceway last year, Terence Angela took the big check back to his Aruba home after riding his DME Racing turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa to the win.
North Carolina-based DME Racing traveled a little further north than usual last weekend, to New Jersey’s legendary Atco Dragway for the MIROCK Superbike Series’ 45th annual Orient Express Motorcycle U.S. Nationals. But the result was the same—another all-DME, Orient Express Pro Street final.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina based DME Racing blistered through four straight Orient Express Pro Street wins in the mid-summer heat, starting with the WPGC Bike Fest at Maryland International Raceway in late July and continuing to the DME Summer Nationals Manufacturers Cup race in Valdosta in August.
When champion Joey Gladstone pulled his turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa out of the DME Racing trailer and popped off a 6.91 right away, it seemed a forgone conclusion that the first 6.80 Orient Express Pro Street pass would happen during the Mickey Thompson MIROCK Superbike Series’ Fast by Gast Spring Nationals at Maryland International Raceway.
The DME team of riders Joey Gladstone, Jason Dunigan, Terence Angela and Ehren Litten rolls into Maryland International Raceway this weekend after winning Orient Express Pro Street at the Exoticycle/Roaring Toyz Spring Cup race in Valdosta, setting both ends of the record (6.905 at 215.51 mph with Gladstone) in the process.
Showing no sign of teething pains with two brand new bikes, the DME team of riders Joey Gladstone, Jason Dunigan, Terence Angela and Ehren Litten locked out the top four Orient Express Pro Street qualifying spots at the Adams Performance Spring Bike Open at Rockingham Dragway
DME Racing is excited to announce their marketing partnership with Vance & Hines for the 2014 Season. DME and Vance & Hines will be fielding a Pro Street and a Real Street bike ridden by champion rider, Joey Gladstone.