History of Albuq. Drag racing and Hot Rodding! Anyone can contact me at Kingnitro@hotmail.com i you have any questions.f - Kingnitro
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    Carlton Griffis III

    on August 19, 2014

    Jerry Cox: one of the pioneers in the sport of motorcycle drag racing.
    First super charged Harley, just one of the many innovations that this man is responsible for.
    Dave Campos left the strip to go to the salt to PILOT the now, easy rider " streamliner " that was sponsored by two to three million bikers across the USA, to a land speed record of 322 mph
    awesome photos

  • Tom Shideler

    on August 12, 2014

    No picture of the Shyster, div 4 champion. 1988

  • rocky

    on August 2, 2014

    Radical Rockys 67 chevelle we're is it. Fastest car at south eubank

  • Dale Schafer

    on March 27, 2014

    Bob Davalos's, Altered the "Iron Brogan" has been found and is in the first stages of resoration at Tim Hills shop. A 1950 Oldsmobile engine has been purchased as well as donations of other parts.The later added roll bars have been cut of the body removed and the frame sand blastered. Tims shop is at 5312 Coal SE. Go Bob. Dale

  • Franz-Erik aka Bill Seno

    on February 17, 2014

    It’s been many years since I raced my F/S ’65 Ford Galaxy 390 at Albuquerque Dragway. Of all the cars I enjoyed seeing it was Gene Flowers “No Problem” that I loved most. The way that bugger raised itself up on its haunches before dropping the hammer!!!

    Nice photos! Great nostalgia! Wonderful memories! Thank you!

    Bill Seno,
    Malmö, SWEDEN

  • dale schafer

    on February 16, 2014

    Joe, It just gets better and better. Keep up the good work.

  • dale Schafer

    on December 24, 2013

    Page 1 lower left picture, on the left front Delmer Gronseth, I was told the lady was his wife. the car was the Boffin Dill and Gronseth dragster. dale

  • dale Schafer

    on December 24, 2013

    Hi Craig, The thin guy with the old injected dragster was Bob Pavioni. The "History of Albuquerque Dragway" is now 129 pages. 275 pictures mostly color. Stories and pictures of George Brazil in the book. Over 200 copies sold as of now. Almost everyone who has it likes it. Dale Schafer 505-296-5180

  • Craig Green

    on November 6, 2013

    I went to Highland High School from 1960 to 1963. I was in the Turtles car club, then the Lancers (long purple jackets), mostly guys from the South Valley. I helped build the original boundary fence around the strip. I never got to race at Albuquerque dragway, but did get to see George Brazil (age 57 or 58) run Top Fuel exhibitions there when it was just the paved strip. He had a blown, injected fueler. I think he was running about 160 mph in the quarter. There was also a tall, thin guy in one of those old style dragsters with an injected Chevy V-8 - I think on gas. As I recall, he ran about 130 mph in the quarter. Those were the ONLY dragsters at the time. I left Albuquerque in 1969 after graduating from UNM. I used to run my '51 Chevy with Corvette V-8 out on the illegal street strip near Speedway Park, mostly at night. Great Memories!

  • wesley bevers

    on June 6, 2013

    Loved the Abque.drag strip photo`s...I raced that in the early 70`s...34 ford pickup blown sbc...from carlsbad N.M.

A Local Racer named John Graham's Gasser nicknamed the Graham Cracker!

A Local Racer named John Graham's Gasser nicknamed the Graham Cracker!