If you love any kind of racing, then you’ll have a fantastic time visiting the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The New Hampshire Motor Speedway has something for every racing fan as the track hosts a variety of different types of races and is soon to be home to the North East Motor Sports Museum.
The biggest events of the year are the Overton’s 301 and the New England 300. These two NASCAR races are must-sees for any NASCAR fan as they present the opportunity for fans to see their favorite drivers race on the biggest stage. The New England 300 has particularly high stakes as it’s part of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, and you can’t beat the view of the race from the Champions Club, which puts you right up close to the action.
The Loudon Classic motorcycle race is also an incredible time to visit the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The race is the longest running motorcycle race in the United States and is the crown jewel of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s Motorcycle Week. Those of you who are big motorcycle racing fans won’t want to miss this week-long celebration of all things motorcycles.
Even if you’re not attending a race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, there is a lot to see here. The soon to open North East Motor Sports Museum will be home to race cars, trophies, helmets, and all kinds of other motorsports memorabilia. The speedway also is home to a variety of driving experiences and schools and even offers you the chance to take the wheel behind a Legends car, Bandoleros car, or kart.
Lastly, the smaller races are also great times to take in a race at the track. The Loudon Road Races are especially fun as the seven-week series keeps alive New Hampshire motorcycle racing history.
You’ll have an incredible time visiting the New Hampshire Motor Speedway regardless of what type of racing you enjoy, so start planning your trip today.
Things to check out
Motorcycle racing has a long history in New Hampshire making a trip to Motorcycle Week a must. Motorcycle Week features a wide variety of events and exhibits that culminate in the Loudon Classic, so make sure to be in Loudon for Motorcycle Week at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.Watch video
Those of you who want to watch the race from the infield will want to get tickets to the Champions Club. The Champions Club is located inside Turn 1 and features tailgate games, a buffet, covered seating, and more.
Loudon Road Race Series
If the Loudon Classic isn’t enough motorcycle racing action for you, then don’t worry as the Loudon Road Race Series has you covered. The seven-week Championship Cup Series is a must-see for any diehard motorcycle racing fan in New England, so don’t miss it.Watch video
Legends Car Racing
Legends Car Racing is one of the fastest growing types of racing and is a great time to take in a race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The cars feature a 1930s and 40s aesthetic and put their own spin on racing making a race a fun time for any racing fan. You can even purchase your own Legends car at the Granite State Legends Cars dealership at the track.Watch video
Driving Experiences and Speed School
Those of you who want to feel what it’s like to be a race car or motorcycle driver will want to take advantage of either of these two options. Whether you just want to go around the track a few times or are looking for something more in depth, you’ll find it here.
North East Motor Sports Museum
The New Hampshire Motor Speedway is the future home of the North East Motor Sports Museum, which will be a must-see for any motorsports fan in the North East. The museum will feature race cars, motorcycles, trophies, helmets, and all kinds of other memorabilia when it opens.