Onondaga Dragway - Onondaga MI

Address: 4186 Bellevue Rd
City: Onondaga
State: MI
Zip: 49264
County: Ingham
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Source: Ken

My Dad and his two brothers built Onondaga Dragway. I was just a kid, but we helped stretch all that fence. They took on a partner later, Dewey Ketner, but he wasn't there long. We lived at the track and my brother and me had 80 acres of papers to pick up every week and help keep mowed. My Dad Ken, could spot stuff growing on a fence at 500 feet. We even helped build the Bleachers. At about 9 my brother and me would hang a box with a rope around our necks and sell Drag News, Drag Rules, Pop and Popcorn and get a nickle for each one we sold. After the races before we picked up the papers we would go pick up all the pop bottles for the deposit and go look under the bleachers for money. There was always money under there. Those were great days, so much easier than the hectic pace of life today. Eventually I worked every job there except Classification.

Someone said there was no safety inspection. Every car was checked. The Stockers and Pro Stockers had to go through Classification and they had a guy, I think it was Jim Hughes, walk around the Top Fuel Pit area and check each car. If a protest arose, which they did all the time, I saw them tear motors down to make sure they were within specs. I was the 13 year old kid that got to put the numbers in the Hat and let Dick LaHaie and Don Gartlits and ALL the fuel Dragster Drivers pull a number to see what order they ran. My dad would tell me to go tell Dick LaHaie, if he couldn't get there in 10 minutes, he was done. Needless to say they didn't like hearing it from a 13 year old! I would have to shut off the Staging Lanes after Time Trials too. A little kid, making the drivers turn around and go back. They didn't like that much.

Someone said they had all the top names in Drag Racing and that's true. They had Art A had Art Arfons and several other Jet Cars run there too. One night they had two Jet cars run side by side and on the 1st run, they blew the Dog houses away that were covering the lights for the clocks on the starting line. On the second run my Dad and Uncle Harold Sears each held on to a doghouse so they wouldn't blow away. They didn't blow away but both of them came away with singed eyebrows and hair and no hair on their arms. I always hung around the trailer where they paid the drivers and really got to know a lot of the Big Names in drag racing. It was a nice atmosphere and Drag Racers are generally a bunch of really decent folks.

I also remember Al Exstrand in the "Outlaw", The Terrifying Toranado with 4 engines, The Hemi Under Glass, the Little Red Wagon and other wheelie Cars and on and on, they always had Big Names, back then they had to pay those Big Names like Gartlits $600-$1000 just to show. If it rained, they got paid and never took the car off the trailer. They always had family stuff too. They had penny scrambles for the kids, cars jumping over cars on the track and doing T-Bones. They had a guy explode in a woodbox on the starting line. They always had Onondaga Dragway Bikini Contests and would name the winner Miss Onondaga Dragway of the year.

They even had a streaker one Saturday night, funny, nobody caught her before she ran the whole quarter mile. My Uncle Harold Sears, who passed away about 10 years ago, being the nice guy he was, took his Jeep down to the end of the track to give her a ride back. As I recall it took quite awhile for him to get back to announcing that night. My Dad and Harold did the announcing mostly. Then they hired John Lumberg to announce. When they first started the track was 1850 feet long, around 1961. Needless to say if they race 1320 feet, that's a pretty short shutdown.

They had sand traps at the end that they kept worked up and soft. Later they bought more property, the guy had them over a barrel and sold the land in the 60s for like $10,000 an acre so they could lengthen the track. They had a couple rollovers, or one would cross the center line and hit the other car and a guy broke his collarbone on a motorcycle but, nobody ever got hurt bad there. The size of crowds went down and I think the family was just tired of it, so they sold it to a guy named Sangster. He was going to have a Woodstock type event there, took down the fences and the lights and went broke before he saw his dream come true. The lights that lit the track are still in use today at the Mason High School Football Field. They had rent a cops for security, I remember this one chubby little security guy took his club out at a guy. The guy took the club away from him. That's the fastest I ever saw a big guy run.

Special thanks to RG for info and pics!

The dragstrip is on Bellevue Rd., between Onondaga and Leslie. Its a couple of miles west of US-127 at the Leslie exit. I don't have an exact address. It was open from 1962 thru 1978. The site is now used by a farmer. Back around 1985, there was a big movement to try and get the strip reopened. It was a big deal around here, alot of excitement.

I went a "rally" at the track where they were trying to drum up support for the idea. I remember tons of people showed up, the neighbors weren't happy. The old timing tower was still there then, long gone now. I also went with a buddy to a public hearing at the Onondaga town hall on the deal, and we got our picture in the newspaper. The people who lived near the track were pissed! They were against it reopening all the way, and came out in full force.

The effort was doomed that night I think. I guess it really was a "outlaw" track, it sounded like quite a rowdy place back then, from what the neighbors said that night. I remember complaints of cars screaming up and down Bellevue road, and their dishes getting rattled out of the cupboards on Sunday mornings!

The ongoing saga of the track was continuing as of 2021. The track even had some events over the last few years but keeps running into resistance from some in the local community.

Info Updates:
8/17/2014 - Bill Gould
Does remember Lil Twister, a red 57 Corvette, racing at Onondaga or Mid-Michigan in the 60s or 70s? I'm trying to document the history of this Corvette which has been in storage for many years in the Laingsburg MI area. In addition to the name Lil Twister, the word Cheveland was written on the side of the car and I don't know what that means. I have photos if anyone can help or if anyone can provide any referrals to someone who might remember the car. Please email me at billygould@comcast. net. Thanks, Bill Gould.
4/2/2014 - Matt
From the Lansing State Journal ONONDAGA TWP. — Following its first year of operation in 35 years, a revamped drag-strip in Onondaga Township has lost the first round of a legal battle to stay open. Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Rosemarie Aquilina called the track a ‘nuisance’ and blasted the Onondaga Township Board of Trustees for allowing it to re-open in a ruling on March 17. “I do find that this is a nuisance,” Aquilina said according to transcripts from the hearing. “It is the classic nuisance everyone reads about in law school,” she said. “Everyone should be allowed to enjoy their property. ” The Onondaga Township board approved a site plan for the Onondaga Dragway, 4186 Bellevue Road, in 2012 and its started operating last year. Michael Behan, attorney for homeowners Mark Cooper and John Ghere, is handling two separate cases concerning the drag-way. Cooper sued drag-way owners Ray and Carolyn Comer alleging it was a nuisance , while Ghere sued the township for going against its own zoning ordinances to allow the track to re-open. Aquilina’s ruling on March 17 addressed Cooper’s complaint. After hearing a recording of the noise levels heard from the track, she questioned why the township board did not try to dampen the loud noise generated by the track by requiring the owners to use sound barriers before granting approval. Behan said now that it has been ruled as a nuisance, he will prepare a motion to stop operations at the track. Behan said an appeal has been filed, and it is undetermined if the track will continue with its plans to open the 2014 season as scheduled on April 4. The dispute started years ago, when owners Ray and Carolyn Comer decided to re-open the track closed for 35 years. Neither Ray or Carolyn could be reached for comment. In 2010, land clearing was started, and construction was to start pending a special use permit approval but an application filing error delayed the approval process, Township Clerk Diane Johnson said. Anticipating the development, a group of residents living near the property demanded a recall of those board members that voted to allow the drag strip to be rehabilitated. The group garnered enough signatures and a special recall election happened in November, 2011 but did not result in the ousting of Clerk Diane Johnson or Treasurer Mary Jane Hector. Initially, the Onondaga Township Planning Commission recommended approval of the permit, but the commission recommended a denial the second time it came up as opposition to the drag strip grew. As a result, the Onondaga Township Board then voted against approval in June, 2011. The property owners had to wait at least a year before presenting the plan again in 2012, for which it was approved.
9/27/2013 - Mike Reed
I raced at Onondaga from the time it opened in 1961 (a very cold day) through half of the 1963 season. We went to Onondaga on many, many weekends over the years. I was racing for some time before Onondaga opened. I raced Super Stock class in 1960 and 1961, L Stock in 1962 and 1963, with the Chevair Race Team. Wish I had photos to post, but unfortunately I do not.
11/17/2009 - Jon Lundberg
Another great Michigander - Dave Crane - has just reported the passing of Ken Sears following a long cancer battle. This is really sad.

Three generations of the Sears family were involved with Onondaga Dragway.

Ken's dad, his brother Hal, their wives and kids. Family are good, decent, straight-forward people who watched other Michigan drag strips launch and decided to do their own. They did it and for a long time Onondaga was successful. It opened in the fall of 1961.

The Greek called one day. He'd had a falling out with Gil Kohn at Detroit Dragway over a run by the Loukas/Leffler coupe and had - on purpose - mowed down Gil's lights. Said to Ken Sears, "If you pay me X, I'll be there in 2 hours and come off the trailer at 200." Ken came to me asking, "Can you hold the crowd for another 2 hours?" This was at 4:00 PM on a hot Sunday afternoon. My response was, "To see the Greek come off the trailer and turn this track's first 200?" "You bet!" I did and he did. That was 1963.

Lotsa good memories from that place. Among them that this close-knit family of average means invested in a dream and made it work. This is a sad day for me.

Jon Lundberg

10/30/2009 - John Keyes
MY dad James Keyes started his racing career at this dragstrip. He even still has one of the many cars that he raced there. Growing up my bedroom was filled with trophys from onondaga dragway as well as tri city. I have seen old photos my dad has and hope you guys can bring back a piece of michigan history for the next generation such as myself who were brought up around racing and hot cars to enjoy.

Thanks
10/28/2009 - Kelly Johnson
My Grandfather James "Jimmy" Johnson raced the Mighty Mopar II with Howard Dicks at this track. My family and I have several of his trophies. Unfortunately he had a rare genetic disease, Huntington's. Once he became ill he obviously had to give up racing. I was told there was a photo of their car out there and it mentioned Howard as the driver, which is true, but I was hoping to see it and maybe mention my Grandpa. He loved the race track and his Mopars and it would mean a lot to the whole Johnson Family!!! Please help if you know anything about the MIGHTY MOPAR II :)
8/27/2009 - Scott Klinger
I can remember Hal Sears quite well. He was my mom's boss since he also owned Woody's bar.I can remember mom working the "jam" sessions on sundays and all the bikes and cars parked out front. And the kick ass bands too. We would get into the track on the west end gate. The guy would open it and we would end up at the return road and I remember meeting alot of racers first hand there. A couple of the racers would even stop in on friday nights at Woody's and have a drink before Saturdays race. Mom passed away 6/18/98 and like her dad Alonzo, I miss them. I have been surviving life well for the most. I just got my car running and would like to let it rip once. I just became a father for the first time on June 23 at the age of 41. If you know me send me an email!
8/9/2009 - Randy Norton
Used to race at Onadaga from 1973 until it closed. Went there with Mark Bartig most of the time. We were both from Williamston. Mark had a Kawasaki 500 and I had a 1972 Kawasaki H2 750. Seemed like every week I ended up against Harold Dolson out of Grand Rapids in the finals. Was great clean fun. I remember seeing E.J. Potter run his Bloody Mary there. Onadaga was a great track and kept alot of us from racing on the street all of the time. Good luck getting it reopened.
7/25/2009 - Jerry Green
I am the son of Ray Green, still the owner of the 1948 Shifty 3 Anglia mentioned by Howard Dix (hey Howard). He campaigns the car (gets it out of the car hauler, calls my cell while I'm at work and fires it up without saying anything prior...what a great way to say hello!) in Metter, GA.

I spent more than a few Saturday nights at the strip. I remember watching some of the greatest match race shows ever put on. My all time favorite was Dick LaHaie and his front engine AA/FD and Art Arfons and the Green Monster Jet car. The twin engine fueler of Tim Arnold driven by Bob Bofysil, the fuelers ran by Thomas Brothers John and Jim, Don Griffins A/FD, Ed VanHorn's Jr. fueler, "Big Ron" McQueen's Chevy Fueler, ... I could keep going..WOW, what times.

I am currently working on a 1972 R&B Chassis front engine dragster. It is an ex-AA/FD, 240" wheelbase, full bodied car. I have an old cast iron BBC and glide that I hope to run at some of this years nostalgia meets.

I am looking for old pictures of my parents cars and other gassers that ran at Onondaga Drag. The suspects in question are those above mentioned and the 1940 Ford Coupe, MR. SHIFTY, the 1958 Corvette, SHIFTY 2, and the 1948 Anglia, SHIFTY 3 ran from 1958 - 1974 at Onondaga Dragway.

Thanks Hal and Kenny Sears for all those great memories. My alternate email jerrygreen10@comcast.net and my cell (517) 819-5285.
5/2/2009 - Steven McGee
Went there in "66" drove my mototcycle to the Sunday races. in 1968 I went into the Army for three years. By 1972 I bought a 1972 Olds 442 (I worked at Olds final assembly) Got the car ready, named it "Skull Shaker" and took it to the track to race. I won class trophy a few times and I still have the engraved plaque from the trophy and thats all. Many fond memories of watching Shirley, Big Daddy, The Snake and a few others race there. I went back there about five years ago and it was just like in the pictures below with gravel and grass growing through the cracks. To bad it was ruined by the racers themselves.
2/22/2009 - Gary Long
hello Taylor Elliott I have a lot of records of who raced at onondaga dragway from the 60s/70s what car they ran what class they ran what times they ran and if they were in the track points race and the years they raced there look on the bottom of the trophy your father in law had ..the red/silver/gold sticker might still be there ... if I seen the trophy I can tell you what year it is . gary long
2/9/2009 - TAYLOR-ELLIOTT
HI....
I just got done reading the postings on this site for Onondaga Dragway, it is so sad that people have to ruin what others enjoy, and a piece of history.

I was wondering if anyone could tell me anything about Harbert T. Elliott, who raced at this track? He is my father-in-law, who just passed. January 25, 2009. We found a trophy from Onondaga Dragway amongst his possessions. No date or information on trophy other than, "Onondaga Dragway". We knew he raced cars, but didn't know he drag raced. His youngest son is forty-one, and know's nothing about his racing there. Please anyone with information, or how I can go about getting information, let me know. Thank you so much. Pictures would be awesome.

Would be wonderful if they opened the track back up, I'm praying they do.
10/26/2008 - Dick Nottage
I have fond memories of Onondaga. Late 60's early 70's I was a neighbor (across the street) of Dick Lahaie. We made the trip to Onandaga more than once to watch Dick run. Also, the first place I saw Connie Kalitta and Shirly Muldowney run. Seems like yesterday.
10/26/2008 - Bob Leverich Jr
I remember the Purple Haze car like it was yesterday, we also ran the top eliminator class and remember the "all top eliminator pilots report to the scales "call so we could draw the numbers.
10/1/2008 - Doug
Onondaga was a particular favorite of ours. Even in the early 70s it seemed like a throwback to the 50s. It was the kind of place where the spectators just nosed their cars up to the fence and sat on their hoods (sheet metal was thicker back then!), drinking beer and enjoying the racing on a Saturday evening. They would call out to us as we pushed past them on the return road, and I remember a guy coming into the pits to thank me for the ten bucks he won betting on us in the previous round.

Another unique practice for the area was that they ran a "Top Eliminator" every Saturday night, which was a run-what-you-brung type of open event. Junior fuelers like ours were best suited to the short, narrow track, but you'd see all sorts of things including the occasional funny car or top fueler show up.

For qualifying positions, we drew numbers out of a paper bag. There was also a "major purse" up for grabs: they paid $25 for each round that you ran, and I think $200 to win and $100 runner-up (plus the round money). It almost paid for our nitro back in those days.

I always enjoyed running under the lights there. Of course, lighting was expensive, and the spectators only cared about what happened up to the finish line, so the shutdown area was DARK! And did I mention it was short? Timing was everything, as you tried to pull the chute release just before the first timing light and hope it opened just as you crossed the finish line. More than a few ended up in the sand trap when they got caught up in the race and ran it all the way through the eyes.

The last time we raced there was 1976. I dropped by a few years later and it had closed.
9/4/2008 - Michael R. McClintic
I just happened on this site thru Milan Dragway's message board. I too raced at Onodaga Dragway from 1964 until the day it closed. My partners and I have many fond memories, have raced numerous cars and classes there, and seen some of Drag Racing's best pound the quarter mile. While looking through the pictures posted here I even see one picture of our 70 Chevelle convertible A/SA car going against a Camaro. Going to "Daga" was a Sat night tradition, in the early days we would drive our 66 SS396 chevelle to the track, jack it up and unhook the tailpipes from the headers, put on the slicks and race C/S class. After Eliminations it was cap the headers, put the street tires back on and Cruise the Ave in Jackson. Oh to be that young and energetic again, those really were the Days. I still have the first money check we ever earned, from Onodaga Dragway, dated 18 Sep 1971, $5.00 for 4th place in Super Stock Eliminator
back then it at least paid for our gas.

Regards to all the old Onodaga racers and fans

Mike McClintic
IHRA PX39
T/E Dragster
7/16/2008 - Carchick
Currently the old Onondaga Dragway has been leased by a private club for personal use only. That is why you are seeing work being done on the track. There is no intention to re-open the strip or use it as a spectator event. This is a private lease and is to be respected as private property with the exception to those who have permission. Sorry to bust your bubble fellas. I know you have all waited a very long time to see this track open back up, but it is doubtful that will ever happen given how the surrounding houses and township feel.
7/10/2008 - Mike
I think the current owner and a few friends have cleaned and repaired part of the track to test their own cars.
7/7/2008 - Chris
Went by Onondaga Dragway today. There is a small section that is recieving new blacktop or sealer. I should have gotten a pic of the work. Why would they be repairing the pavement? Does anyone know more about this?
4/9/2008 - Bruce Bunch
This is one GREAT Website! The Memories that came back to me after seeing the pictures of the old Drag Strip. I cute my teeth on Drag Racing at Onondaga Dragway. I won my first race at Fifteen years of age in a 1963 Olds Cutlass f-85 running M\SA and won my class that weekend, It was the 1968 Michigan Spring Championship Race. I raced many of years at that track on and off. Out of all the tracks I've raced over the years I've never forgotten that Day and all the great people I meet from Onondaga Dragway.
1/13/2008 - Amy H
I lived around the corner on wilcox since 1972. I remember hearing the races growing up born in 68 Istill have 79 grand prix i would get going again just to race in onondaga. I would help in any way i could to reopen the track.contact me if i can help. please.
1/3/2008 - Brewster
Who owns Weekend Warrior now? I remember the original owner, Doug Cousino, when he raced it. He always ran it with a 383, tunnel ram, with a 4 speed. I seen the car sitting out on Flansburg road last year, and seen it on a trailer going down US 127 this summer.

I really remember Onondaga Dragway. A friend of my Dad's, Jerry Sears, used to work the gate. He let my Dad run his new 1973 Chevrolet pickup down the track, after the races one night. Sure made my Dad's day.

8/25/2007 - Jon Lundberg
I used to announce at Onondaga in the 60's. My experience there launched into quite a drag racing career. Don Garlits called two weeks ago to say I'd be a 2008 International Drag Racing Hall of Fame inductee. What I'd like to show those Gatornationals attendees next spring is how it was for mid-Michigan racers in the early 50's. Many of the Lansing, Jackson and area racers who used to race at Central Michigan moved to Onondaga when it opened. It's from those people I need help. Does anyone have a good, clear photo of Central Michigan taken in the mid-50's before it was paved? Yes, they actually held a couple events there on gravel! I developed my craft at Onondaga and will forever thank the Sears family and Dewey Kentner for the opportunity to do so. Neat place and GREAT PEOPLE!
6/4/2007 - Garrett Pierce
Does anyone know what the story is with the old photo of two cars racing off the starting line ? When was it taken? Who owned the cars? Drivers names? I'm especially interested in that Chevy II. I am currently building a similar car and would like to know about this car as it would be neat to replicate. I appears to be a 62'-65' car and has a straight axle front end. Let me know if you have any info. My e-mail is ratman.1@sbcglobal.net. Thanks. Great web site.
12/18/2006 - Garrett Pierce
I grew up hearing stories about this track & then in 1986 I finally found it to go and look for myself. I wish I had taken a picture of it back then. It had only been closed a little while then (about 8 years). The track still looked like you could make a pass on it, & all of the grandstands were still there! I remember that the timing tower was full to the windows with hay bails. The paint on the pit side concession stand still was nice (red & white). That was the year they planned to reopen it. I remeber because I was working in Eaton Rapids at the time & a friend told me he seen an article in the paper & heard about it on the radio. As I read the article below it all came back to me. NO ONE wanted that Dragstrip to reopen more than I did (still do), as I was 19 years old at the time and was looking for a place to race near by where all my friends could go & watch the races. It would have been GREAT! Too bad we'll never get that chance. It would cost Millions of dollars just too get the land developed again. This is what happens when you get people moving in too close to a place like that. That damn trailer park should NEVER have been allowed to be built there . THE TRACK WAS THERE FIRST! Now all I'll have is a broken dream & all those who had raced there the memories. But thanks to this web site, at least maybe those will be preserved.
11/12/2006 - Jeff Hart
Jamie, Ican remember a Danny Hector that always raced fords racing at Lapeer Dragway back in the 70's. Jeff
8/2/2006 - Mike Janes
Back about 61 I went to Onondaga for the first time. I was 15. We stopped about a half mile from the strip and 2 of us climbed into the trunk of Steves 57 Chevy. Steve and another guy paid to get in, and we went into the pits and parked. We were let out of the trunk when no one was looking, but didnt have a pit pass so we had to keep a low profile. Throughout high school I may have made it up there a couple more times. After Vietnam, I bought a Camaro and ran I Pure Stock. I can recall the "Slowmaro" ran high 15s/Low 16s. Once during time trials I was next to a B/Stock Hemi Mopar and I did a hole shot on him. Must be my timing didnt start until after he was under way because all of a sudden my time slip was about a half second faster than the national record. I shoulda had the timeslip laminated to show everyone. John Bricker had a 40 Ford Pickup with a 302 in it. He ran D/Gas. I remember the time it had rained all day the day before we went, and somehow the rain affected the scales, and John was told he had to run C/Gas. John was somewhat upset until he realized the C/Gassers had to run B/Gas. We used to see Dick LaHaie and Tim Arnold out of Coldwater running dragsters. There was a guy maybe named Al Provoast? in K/Stock that held the K/Stock record, and could run right on the record time after time. I saw him down in Indy in 68, 69, & 70. I think Ralph Shaheen from Lansing also ran there.
3/30/2006 - Lee Walker
I went there every weekend with Jim Palmer, Mike Stallcup, David Gage and my cousin Denny Bentley. We got to know a lot of the drivers and cars. It was a place to remember.
2/7/2005 - Kent Dillingham
I started racing at Onondaga in 1965. I was thirteen years old and i was running motorcycles at the time. I lied about how old was and they let me run. I ran at that track until the day they closed it. I saw some of the biggest names in drag racing at that track and it was up close and personal with the drivers. Garlits, Muldowney, the Snake, Nicholson, Beswick, just name a few. It was a great little track to run at. I was heartbroken when the track closed because i live in Eaton Rapids and that's only five miles from my house. The tracks that are in Michigan now are really nice but not quite the same atmosphere. I also have pictures of Garlits running down the track at Onondaga.
11/28/2004 - Rob Imerson
I went here in the early days. I remember seeing EJ Potter when his parachute on his 327 motorcycle didnt open at 160mph. He slid to the end of the track then jumped up and waved at the crowd. His bike went end over end and ended up in a tree way off the end of the track. EJ said he didnt want to live over 30 years old. I loved going there and had friends who raced.
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Onondaga Dragway - ONONDAGA DRAGWAY FALCON JULY 1967
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FALL 2009 FROM JEFF COOK
Onondaga Dragway - SPRING 2011 FROM RON GROSS
SPRING 2011 FROM RON GROSS
Onondaga Dragway - FALL 2009 FROM JEFF COOK
FALL 2009 FROM JEFF COOK
Onondaga Dragway - FROM QSC ENGINEERING
FROM QSC ENGINEERING
Onondaga Dragway - SPRING 2011 FROM RON GROSS
SPRING 2011 FROM RON GROSS
Onondaga Dragway - FALL 2009 FROM JEFF COOK
FALL 2009 FROM JEFF COOK
Onondaga Dragway - SPRING 2011 FROM RON GROSS
SPRING 2011 FROM RON GROSS
Onondaga Dragway - SPRING 2011 FROM RON GROSS
SPRING 2011 FROM RON GROSS
Onondaga Dragway - FROM QSC ENGINEERING
FROM QSC ENGINEERING
Onondaga Dragway - AERIAL PHOTO OF DRAGSTRIP
AERIAL PHOTO OF DRAGSTRIP
Onondaga Dragway - AD FROM RON
AD FROM RON
Onondaga Dragway - AERIAL
AERIAL
Onondaga Dragway - 1985 FLYER FROM RON GROSS
1985 FLYER FROM RON GROSS
Onondaga Dragway - AD FROM PAT SMITH
AD FROM PAT SMITH
Onondaga Dragway - BIRDS EYE
BIRDS EYE
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