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New Owners For Bunker Hill Dragstrip

NHRA Top Fuel veteran Terry McMillen and his family have purchased Bunker Hill Dragstrip, known as Indiana's first drag strip.

NHRA Top Fuel veteran Terry McMillen and his family have purchased Bunker Hill Dragstrip, known as Indiana’s first drag strip.

Effective July 15, Terry, Cori, and Cameron McMillen will be the new owners/operators of the facility at 150 West 900 South in Bunker Hill, Indiana. The IHRA-sanctioned track was previously owned and run by Mark Cregier.

“First of all, I need to thank Mark for everything he has done at Bunker Hill Dragstrip,” Terry McMillen said. “He bought the track during the pandemic to save it. He made several much-needed updates to the facility and never stopped working on improvements; in fact, just last week the parts for the new track scraper he purchased were delivered. Our plan is to continue with what Mark started.”

Just last year, Bunker Hill Dragstrip celebrated its 65th anniversary.

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