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Dragstrip Memories Returns To Canada To Honor Drag Racing History
April 13, 2018
Dragstrip Memories will be returning to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum after a year’s hiatus. The exhibit is said to be Canada's most extensive collection of historic drag cars.
Dragstrip Memories Returns To Canada To Honor Drag Racing History

Dragstrip Memories will be returning to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum after a year’s hiatus and will be presenting what’s said to be the most extensive collection of historic drag racing cars and memorabilia in Canada.

Along with the Paton Top Fuel Dragster and the Northern Warrior Jet Dragster, the show will feature other jet-powered vehicles, front-engined dragsters, Pro Modifieds, several period Gassers, and a gaggle of Stockers and Super Stockers.

There will also be club displays at the show from the Hamilton-based Road Runners and Rod Masters plus the East London Timing Association. There will be well in access of 50 performance race cars for viewing.

There will be several nostalgic car club displays, a host of vendors, and a scale model display featuring all kinds of classes of drag cars in a miniature replica of the former Dragway Park. There will also be movies and videos of drag racing, photos, magazines, and automotive art.

This year’s show will be held Sunday, April 15, with doors open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 9280 Airport Road, Mount Hope, Hamilton, Ontario.