New Hampshire Motor Speedway is gearing up for an exciting and action-packed racing season that includes Motorcycle Week at NHMS featuring the 98th Annual Loudon Classic, a two-day NASCAR race weekend highlighted by the NASCAR Cup Series Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, plus the Granite State Legends Cars Road Course Series and many other racing clubs, driving experiences and more throughout the season.
Anyone who’s ever dreamed of being a race car driver can make it come true while helping children in need throughout New England on Friday, May 14. Laps for Charity offers anyone with a need for speed the opportunity to drive his or her own vehicle on one of New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s famed racing surfaces as well as ride in the official NHMS pace car with proceeds benefitting the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities.
Reigning American-Canadian Tour champion Jimmy Hebert of Williamstown, Vt. finally scored a long-awaited victory at Loudon’s New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday, April 18 in the inaugural Northeast Classic. Hebert was awarded the win following post-race technical inspection, giving the veteran a triumph he’d been chasing for his entire decade-long Late Model career.
The State of New Hampshire will host a third by-appointment-only vaccine super site at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this Saturday and Sunday, April 10-11, in a continuing effort to combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The state hopes to administer 12,000 single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccines to eligible New Hampshire residents during the two-day clinic.
The State of New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services will host a second by-appointment-only vaccine super site at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this Saturday and Sunday, March 27-28 in a continuing effort to combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The state hopes to administer 8,000 first doses of the Pfizer vaccine to eligible New Hampshire residents during the two-day clinic.
One year ago today, the World Health Organization declared the spread of COVID-19 a global pandemic, and life as we knew it came to a stop. COVID-19 forced the entertainment industry, including New Hampshire Motor Speedway, to reinvent itself. “The Magic Mile” responded with safe forms of entertainment and an expanded focus on serving local communities during a year of unprecedented challenges.