The 97th annual Loudon Classic Middleweight Grand Prix hits the 1.6-mile road course on Saturday, August 29. Known as the longest-running motorcycle race in America, the Classic has been held on-site since long before the speedway was built, when it was simply a road course known as Bryar Motorsports Park.
The weekend will feature the Loudon Road Race Series competing in round four of Championship Cup Series racing (August 29-30). Divisions include classes such as Formula 1, Formula 2, Formula 3, Formula 4, Formula 40, Formula 50, GP, Grand Prix, GTL, GTO, GTU, Motard, Moto 3, Sportsman, Superbike, Super Singles, Supersport, Super Twins and Thunderbike.
The Granite State Legends Cars, which are powered by motorcycle engines, compete in the Road Course Series Friday and Saturday (August 29-30).