Coan Engineering Winner's Circle is the Place to Be in 2023
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12/15/2022

12/15/2022

Bunker Hill Dragstrip


Coan Engineering Winner's Circle is the Place to Be in 2023

Bunker Hill, IN Bunker Hill Dragstrip owned by Top Fuel driver Terry McMillen is excited to announce the continuation of a partnership with Kokomo, IN based Coan Engineering for the 2023 race season. Over the last several years, Coan Engineering, a leading manufacturer in automatic transmissions, torque converters, and transmission components, has had a major presence at the historic Bunker Hill Dragstrip.

In 2023, the right lane at Bunker Hill Dragstrip will continue to be the Coan Engineering lane. Racers who win or runner up, will continue to celebrate their accomplishments in the Coan Engineering Winners Circle.

The Coan family, who are racers themselves, understand the hard work that it takes to win an event. In our upcoming season they are taking the Coan Engineering Winner’s Circle experience at Bunker Hill Dragstrip to the next level. The winning driver of each class that competes at a bracket series event, which includes Top(Box), Mod(No Box), Sportsman, Jr. Dragster, Motorcycles, Indiana Outlaw Gassers, and Grocery Getters will receive an exclusive Coan Engineering/Bunker Hill Dragstrip Winner’s Circle Hat.

“When I raced Top Fuel, other than a Wally there was nothing I wanted more than to earn one of the winner’s circle hats. Having something special that you can wear and show off to commemorate a win, is really cool. We are extremely excited to launch this program with Coan Engineering, and appreciate the fact that they realize that a race win at Bunker Hill Dragstrip is a big deal, and deserves to be treated that way.” says track owner Terry McMillen.

The winner’s circle hat will be an addition to the winner sticker that drivers at Bunker Hill have been collecting for years.

Bunker Hill Dragstrip is also in the process of launching a program with Coan Engineering, to provide one free test and tune with the purchase of transmissions or torque converters. They encourage all Coan customers to hold on to their receipts as details will be announced prior to the track opening for the 2023 season.


Submitted By: Cori McMillen

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