For the 12th year in a row, SYLVANIA will sponsor the fall Cup race at NHMS in the form of the SYLVANIA 300. The race will again serve as the second race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, where it functions as a stepping stone for aspiring champions. The 2014 Chase will take on a brand new format with 16 contenders eligible for the championship during the SYLVANIA 300, which will serve as the second race in the Challenger Round of the Chase.
The race weekend will feature fan events and races from other series, including the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, which will return to NHMS for the first time since 2011. The trucks will race on Sat., Sept. 20, and other race series will be announced once their 2014 schedules are finalized.
Tickets to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series SYLVANIA 300 start at $25 and range up to $125 depending on location. Check out the NHMS Grandstand Map to find the best seats for your interests.
New for 2014, New Hampshire Motor Speedway will offer children's tickets to the Camping World RV Sales 301. Tickets for children ages 12-and-under will be half-price in comparison to the adult price for the same seating section.
Please call Guest Services at (603) 783-4931 to speak with a live ticket representative or buy tickets online through Ticketmaster.
Fans that purchase tickets for both races are encouraged to join our (free) Loud'N'Proud Perks program.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway race fans can rev up their race-day experience by purchasing a pre-race pit pass for Sunday of race weekends.
Pre-race pit passes are $100 per person and include infield admission only (grandstand seating must be purchased separately). Passes for children 14-and-under are $50.
With a pre-race pit pass, fans can experience pit road from a crew member’s perspective before the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races. Fans may roam the pit area in the morning before the race, where they can check out pit boxes and many of the race cars, as well as get a front row view of the pre-race festivities.
The access does not guarantee driver interaction, but many fans have been seen snapping a quick photo or grabbing an autograph from a driver on his way through the infield. It does not give access to the Sprint Cup garage area. Please see the "Pre-Race Pit Pass Policy" for more.