Big Willie Robinson

Brotherhood Raceway on Terminal Island was founded and managed by "Big" Willie Robinson and the National and International Brotherhood of Street Racers along with the Los Angeles Police Department to help eliminate illegal street racing and gang violence in the Los Angeles area.

The track opened on Terminal Island in San Pedro, California in 1977. The track opened and closed 11 times, for various reasons, until 1994 when the Port of Los Angeles took over the lease and ultimately made the area into a coal storage/transport facility.

During those years, Big Willie made numerous neworking connections with members of the Los Angeles City Council and members of the Los Angeles Harbor Commission.

Following are links to those vintage days of Big Willie Robinson and the Brotherhood Raceway.