The North East Motor Sports Museum at New Hampshire Motor Speedway is open to the public. Days and hours of operation may be found on the museums website at nemsmuseum.com.

The museum is located near the track's South Entrance at the address of 922 NH Rt. 106, Loudon, NH.

All manner of New England motorsports are on display. You'll see road racing cars, including Peter Ross’s 1932 MG. Drag cars include the historically important King and Marshall front engine Top Fuel car. There’s an excellent motorcycle display that includes a home-built drag bike with a 405 CID Buick engine set in sideways.

The car in which Joey Logano won his first top-division NASCAR race (a race held at NHMS) is there, along with the trophy he won that day and the uniform he wore. The car in which Ernie Gahan won the 1966 NASCAR Modified championship is on display along with his helmet.

The trophy case is 25-feet long, eight-feet high and includes trophies for major New England races and championships.

The well-stocked library has over 600 bound auto racing books and complete collections of auto racing magazines including America’s first auto racing magazine, Speed Age. The library holds thousands of racing photos and a significant collection of racing programs.

Admission is only $10.