Supporting the blood supply is a community-wide responsibility, which is why the Loudon Police is teaming up with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive encouraging local residents to help save a life. The Ninth Annual Town of Loudon Blood drive is scheduled for December 1 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Arthur Colby Safety Building on 8 Cooper Street in Loudon, N.H.
Early major event announcements point to a festive twentieth anniversary season at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 2010.
NASCAR recently announced that the two most pivotal races on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule will once again be held at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The Richard Petty Driving Experience makes their final visit for the 2009 season to New Hampshire Motor Speedway from Friday, September 25 through Sunday September 27.
Just a week after Mark Martin took the checkered flag at the SYLVANIA 300, fans and future drivers can run on the tire tracks left by NASCAR's best.
For the second year in a row, I'm extremely disappointed for our fans who continue to hope for the return of IndyCar racing to New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Our discussions with series officials explored an early August date, but according to them, that turned out to be logistically challenging with the schedule commitments they had in place. Then, I offered to run on the traditional Milwaukee date if they decided not to return to that venue.
Tyngsboro, Mass. native Shane Narbonne made an inside pass on turn six of New Hampshire Motor Speedway's 12-turn road course on the final lap to win the 86th Annual Loudon Classic.
Narbonne, 19, passed Dunbarton NH's Scott Greenwood in the closing moments of the race to win his first Loudon Classic. The two riders dueled for the majority of the 20-lap race, steadily pulling away from Loudon, N.H. prodigy Christian Cronin.
As a part of the 86th Annual Loudon Classic, New Hampshire Motor Speedway will host the Second Annual State of New Hampshire Legislators Parade Lap. Many prominent state political figures will take to the track for a ceremonial pace lap on Sunday, June 14, at 12 p.m.
The First Annual Ron Meade Toy Run and Parade will honor the memory of beloved New Hampshire Motor Speedway staff member and longtime motorsports publicist, Ron Meade.
The ride, an official event of Laconia Motorcycle Week 2009, will leave from Inter-Lakes High School in Meredith at 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 14. Riders will travel to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, where Ron was an original staff member.
The 2009 Laconia Bike Week celebration will open with the 86th Annual Loudon Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway from Friday, June 12 through Sunday, June 14.
The Loudon RoadRace Series (LRRS) starts a non-stop, three-day schedule of racing beginning on Friday, June 12. The professionals from the America Sportbike Racing Association (ASRA) will join the stars of the LRRS on Sunday, June 14, for an action-packed afternoon of racing.
On Friday, June 5th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Veterans Park in Manchester, N.H., New Hampshire Motor Speedway is having an open casting call to choose the first mascot for the largest sports and entertainment complex in New England. If you are an entertainer with a dynamic and outgoing personality, we are looking for you!
Hundreds of vintage race cars and motorcycles, along with a classic car show and an automotive flea market and car corral, highlight the 19th Annual Vintage Racing Celebration and Classic Car Show at New Hampshire Motor Speedway from Tuesday, May 12 through Sunday, May 17.
Regarded as one of the top vintage racing events in the country, the celebration features three days of oval racing on the 1.058-mile speedway, and three days of road racing on the historic 1.6-mile road course.
It's the second day of the 19th Annual Vintage Racing Celebration and Classic Car Show at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Hundreds of vintage midgets, sprint cars, champ cars, roadsters, and NASCAR stock cars are racing on the 1.058 mile course. The conditions are perfect for these legendary cars to show their stuff.
The highlight of today's activities is the arrival of 3-time Indianapolis 500 winner, Johnny Rutherford. Johnny is the Grand Marshal of this year's Vintage Racing Celebration. The bench race will start with his arrival at the Speedway just after noon today. This is a rare opportunity to meet and chat with one of the true legends of racing.
Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth will host the third-annual Formula Hybrid International Competition - a collegiate engineering contest that embraces clean technologies and design in automotive racing. Thirty teams representing 5 countries will convene at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H. on Monday, May 4 through Wednesday, May 6 to see who has designed the best high performance hybrid-powered formula-style racecar.
Johnny Rutherford, a three-time Indianapolis 500 winner, has been named the Grand Marshal of the 19th Annual Vintage Racing Celebration at New Hampshire Motor Speedway from May 12 through May 17.
Known as "Lone Star J.R." to his fans because of his Texas heritage, Rutherford crossed the famous yard of bricks first at the Indianapolis 500 in 1974, 1976, and 1980.