By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
NHRA Top Fuel Dragster driver Terry McMillen is the new owner of Bunker Hill Dragstrip. This is Indiana’s first Dragstrip.
McMillen came to an agreement with former owner Mark Cregier recently. This track is special to the McMillen’s as their son Cam for his first win at the facility.
The McMillen’s spent almost every weekend at this Dragstrip that it was open.
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“First of all I need to thank Mark for everything he has done at Bunker Hill Dragstrip,” 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.”
The McMillen’s will officially become the owners of the track on July 15th. Initially, Creiger will still be involved at the facility.
He will help the McMillen’s learn the track. Then, after some time, he will step away.
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“If Mark wouldn’t have agreed to stay and help my family get started, I don’t think we could have done it,” he said. “We are excited to work beside him and finish this season as a team.”
McMillen is the latest NHRA driver to purchase a track. The Koretsky family, including Pro Stock driver Kyle Koretsky, along with his father Kenny Koretsky and his brother, purchased Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, Pennsylvania.
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