I am using the address of MBS Airport as the old strip is on the grounds therein.
From Michigan Drag Strip History
A quarter-mile drag strip was built by Reed Draper, the owner of a Saginaw GM dealership, in 1965 adjacent to (on east side) the Tri-City Airport (MBS International Airport today). The track opened in 1966, 4500 feet long and 60 feet wide. It's staging area was six lanes wide, paved for 600 feet. The paved pit area was 50,000 square feet. It had a 1000-foot long paved fire-up road leading to the staging area. During its heyday, the track brought in all the big-time exhibition and match racers and drew large crowds.
The track ran under NHRA sanction at least as early as 1967, if not before, running every Sunday from April through October. Dragster pilot Chuck Kurzawa, who drove fuelers there from 1967-74, remembered it fondly as being the best strip in Michigan. The track closed its doors in 1978, due to a conflict between racers and strip management. Apparently the sportsman racers had paid entry fees to race, but rain forced cancellation of the event in spring 1978. The strip manager (Bill McKenna) wouldn't honor their rain-cancelled entry fees at a subsequent event.
The racers boycotted the track, but McKenna wouldn't budge. This deadlock resulted in the track owner deciding to pull the plug on any more racing. GM occasionally used the track for testing purposes afterwards occasionally. In 1990, racing interests tried unsuccessfully to re-open the strip. Although the strip and parking area were privately owned, the pit area was on ground leased from the airport. The airport commission voted not to lease the property. In the late 1990s, the airport bought the strip/parking area land.