Hundreds of the world’s top engineering students will compete in the 16th annual Formula Hybrid + Electric May 1-5 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Eighteen teams from across the United States and Canada designed and built earth-friendly hybrid and electric vehicles over the last 10 months for the one-of-a-kind competition hosted by the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth.
TSMotorsports 23, LLC of Plainfield, Conn. and HVAC Unlimited, LLC of Hooksett, N.H. have added their names to New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s (NHMS) Road Course Series for the remainder of the 2022 season. The TSMotorsports/HVAC Unlimited Road Course Series will include the 12 remaining Legend Car races at NHMS’s road courses, starting with three this weekend, April 23-24.
We couldn’t properly call it the Northeast Classic without Mother Nature staying true and changing the weather 987 times in a 72-hour span. We experienced it all – warm sunshine, blistering winds, downpouring rains, skies both clear and packed with clouds and even the occasional flurry of snow. Through it all, well over 100 different stock cars took to the 1.058-mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the 2nd Annual Northeast Classic with Derek Gluchaki taking the biggest win of his career in the 50-lap American-Canadian Tour Late Model Tour season-opening event.
With the return of The Flat Track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) comes more on-track action for race fans to enjoy during major event weekends. The Laconia Short Track and inaugural Musket Dirt Shootout will bookend Motorcycle Week at NHMS on June 11 and 18, and Friday Night Dirt Duels will kick up the dirt during New England’s only NASCAR weekend on July 15.
Ambetter, America’s number one Marketplace Health Insurer, has extended its partnership with New Hampshire Motor Speedway to become the entitlement sponsor for New England’s only NASCAR Cup Series race. The Ambetter 301 will take place at 3 p.m. on July 17 as part of the speedway’s traditional mid-summer NASCAR weekend. The healthcare provider will also receive premium signage displays and hospitality opportunities, feature activation in the Fan Zone and the opportunity to select VIP dignitaries.
Two local nonprofits experienced true holiday spirit, each benefitting from the generosity of those who attended Gift of Lights at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The 11th annual event, which ran from Thanksgiving through Jan. 2, kicked off the year’s fundraising efforts for the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities with more than $46,000 and provided more than 1,300 meals to the Loudon Food Pantry.