Glenn Leasher and crew brought their jet dragster named Infinity to John's Drive-In
to promote their appearance at the Fremont Drag Strip the following day. The site of the 28-foot long jet dragster
parked at John's Drive-In brought all 4-lanes of traffic on the Alameda to a crawl. A number of the DJ's and patrons
took turns having their pictures taken sitting inside the Infinity. Gary Dawson did the honors interviewing Glenn while
the rest of the disc jockeys kept the girls at bay. The next day Glenn and the Infinity lit up the Fremont Drag Strip
covering the 1/4 mile in 4 seconds flat hitting 250 miles per hour. Afterwards, a victory party was held at a local
beer & pizza parlor. A few months later Glenn and the Infinity headed to the Salt Flats to set a new world's land
speed record. Glenn died in the effort, and a friend was lost. Long live the memory of Glenn Leasher and the Infinity.