About New Hampshire Motor Speedway
The speedway, which opened in 1990, is located about one hour north of Boston in Loudon, N.H. According to the latest census numbers, the population within 200 miles of the speedway is more than 18 million people. The venue is easily accessible via Interstate highways from all metro areas in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada.
Located on approximately 1,200 acres, the multi-use complex is the largest sports and entertainment facility in New England and features a 1.058-mile oval speedway with a seating capacity of 76,000, a 1.6-mile road course, a 0.25-mile mini oval and a 0.25-mile dirt flat track.
The speedway hosts the only NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series events held in the six-state New England region. In addition to the major NASCAR races, the track hosts several regional professional racing series, including the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, ARCA Menards Series East and the American-Canadian Tour.
It also features monthly race weekends with the Loudon Road Race Series and U.S. Legend Cars International legend and bandolero divisions. Amateur series events include the Sports Car Club of America, U.S. Classic Racing Association and the World Karting Association. Racing schools are conducted throughout the year by the Rusty Wallace Racing Experience, NASCAR Racing Experience and Penguin Roadracing School (motorcycles), among others.
Location InformationNew Hampshire Motor Speedway
1122 Route 106
North Loudon, NH 03307
P: 6037834931 Website
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Tilton, NH 03276
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