They negotiate 12 turns while easily reaching speeds over 120 miles per hour.  It’s a fast two-wheeled finale at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend.  Loudon’s local motorcycle stars are revved up for their last ride around the 1.6- mile road course concluding the 2010 LRRS season. 

Over two days, LRRS will feature 26 races. Every imaginable style of motorcycle will hit the track for the last competitions of the season.

If you want to know or if you have the skills to compete, but you’re not sure where to begin, you need to be trackside at NHMS tomorrow and watch LRRS favorites Christian Cronin of Loudon, N.H. and the 87th annual Loudon Classic winner Scott Greenwood of Dunbarton, N.H. 

Today, features the Penguin Roadracing School, a rider training and development for the LRRS.  The school schedules classes prior to each Loudon Road Race Series events.  Riders with all sets of skills hone their talents by using this school to get a leg up on the competition. The school has rental racing leathers and bikes available for the sessions.

Saturday and Sunday the Loudon Road Race Series (LRRS) will be back in action challenging the tricky 12- turn course for the final time this year. The LRRS offers some of the closest and most exciting racing on two wheels here in New England. 

During all LRRS event weekends, infield passes (good for the entire weekend) can be purchased at the speedway's main gate for $25. Children aged 12 - 16 are $5 while children 11 and under are free.

The LRRS 2011 Awards Banquet will be held on November 13 at the Executive Court Banquet facility in Manchester, NH which is connected to the Best Western Inn and conference center. For more information please visit www.lrrsracing.com/

The 2011 racing season is fast approaching and advanced tickets are available now.  To purchase them please call our ticket hotline at (603) 783-4931 or by visiting us online at www.nhms.comNASCAR Sprint Cup tickets for next year range from $39 to $110 and tickets for the IZOD IndyCar Series race are priced from $35 to $75. Fans buying all three events can save an additional 10-percent.