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Quarter Mile Foundation To Produce ‘Voices from the Tower’ Documentary
December 12, 2012
The DVD, which is in production and should be released in early 2013, uses portions of interviews of legendary drag racing announcers Bob Frey, Jon Lundberg and Dave McClelland (pictured).
Quarter Mile Foundation To Produce ‘Voices from the Tower’ Documentary

The Quarter Mile Foundation has begun production of a special, introductory volume DVD for the PROJECT 1320 documentary, titled “Voices from the Tower.”
   
The DVD uses portions of interviews of three legendary drag racing announcers: Bob Frey, Jon Lundberg and Dave McClelland.
 
With well over 20 hours of interviews of the three, and 150 years of announcing experience between them, “Voices from the Tower” should give the audience a very broad overview of how the sport grew and evolved, said Foundation Chairman Traci Hrudka.

Atlanta, Georgia-based Dan Koterba, who has conducted and filmed the majority of the interviews, is overseeing the production: “In the ‘Voices from the Tower,’ you’ll find them making their observations about the events and situations they viewed as announcers,” he said, “plus offering commentary about topics we might not expect to hear from them.”

“Voices from the Tower” will be priced at $20 plus shipping and handling from the Quarter Mile Foundation website (www.quartermilefoundation.com). 

The Production work is currently underway, with an anticipated release in early 2013.