On Saturday May 4th, the North East Motor Sports Museum (922 Route 106 Loudon, NH) will host the most diverse regional gathering of historical race cars, mobile museums, personalities and artifacts ever seen in New England. The expo will feature a variety of different racing disciplines including road racing, oval track racing, drag racing, off-road racing and more.

The featured attractions of the day will be all of the northeast's mobile museums that will appear together for the first time. The museums are Ron Bouchard Racing, New England Antique Racers, Maine Vintage Race Car Association, Bob Doyle Museum - A Photo History of Vermont Racing and the Ollie Silva Museum. Two museums with physical building locations the ProNyne Motorsports Museum and Owls Head Transportation Museum will also join the event.

1992 and 1993 NASCAR Busch North Champion the "Irish Angel" Dick McCabe, six-time American Canadian Tour Champion Robbie Crouch and the only four-time NASCAR Busch North Series Champion Andy Santerre are the featured personalities. Museum president Dick Berggren will host conversations throughout the day with all three champions.

For one day only, the museum will host a diverse group of cars from beyond New England's boarders. See a 1984 March Indycar driven by Danny Ongais, a Formula 5000 racer in addition to New England classics such as the 1400 horsepower Country Girl Funny Car and stock cars from the Senior Tour Auto Racers club.

Join the North East Motor Sports Museum on Saturday May 4th from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and enjoy the one-day exhibits as well as the museum's 30+ cars, slot car track and iRacing Simulator. The engines will rev up at noon, followed by a barbeque lunch and giveaways to end the day.

Members are admitted free to the museum with free lunch and non-members pay $10 entry free and a small donation for lunch. To display a historic race car or artifacts, call executive director Tom Netishen at (603) 783-0183. A rain date of May 5th has been set and Groupons are not accepted for this event.

About: The North East Motor Sports Museum is owned by the Racing History Preservation Group, a 501-c-3 educational non-profit organization that seeks to discover, preserve and share the history of motorsports in the Northeast. The 10,000 square foot museum opened in 2017 on the grounds of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. For more information, visit the Museum's website.