Pictures from past days at Luskville Dragway, if you have one submit it and we will publish it. Make sure you tell us about the picture so we can let everyone know about the history of our track.

John Chatwood (left) and Jim Parkhurst (right) where regulars @ Luskville Dragway in the early days.

Val and Angelo DeGenova where some of the first US based drivers to run the Bracket Bonanza

"Big Daddy Rat" was a well known car around these parts in the early days, and here is a pic of the original one. Ed and Son Tim will return in 2009 with a new Monza drag car.

Before John Adams had the "Cuda Country" car he campaigned a 1969 C/Stock Road Runner, yes this was a car that competed back in the beginning of Luskville Dragway


In 1969 Jim Barkley would also be competing in a Dodge as he ran the Outlaw Roadrunner. The car was run in C/Stock.

Jim would have a couple of cars along the way to this little small block powered Chevy Vega in 1981.Jim retired from racing but rumor has it he could be back.

Henry Albert and his trusty Nova where a regular fixture at Luskville Dragway for many, many years.

Bob Brown was another one of the early Dodge Boys who campaigned the "Good Grief" car out of Capital Dodge in the early 70's, Bob is still an active racer in 2009.

Carl Brucher, from Carbondale, PA, was the man to beat at the Bracket Bonanza in the early 80's, making his once a year stop at Luskville Dragway

Steve Bond "007" was also one of those racers who made and impact during the growth days of Luskville Dragway