The Future Home of North East Motor Sports History.

Welcome to the official website of the North East Motor Sports Museum!

The museum is a proposed 20,000 square foot facility that will be located on the grounds of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. When completed, the museum will be home to an extensive collection of race cars, trophies, helmets, engines, motorcycles, books, photographs, newspapers, videos, magazines and memorabilia that represents a cross-section of the rich North East racing history. Thank you for your interest, and if you would like to know how you can help, please contact us.

Who Are We?

We are the Racing History Preservation Group. Incorporated in New Hampshire, we are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit. Some of the most significant personalities in Northeast Motorsports are members of our Board of Directors. The Board’s Executive Committee consists of President Dick Berggren, Vice President Lew Boyd, Second Vice President Joe Freeman, Treasurer Ken Smith, Secretary Ric Mariscal. Board members include Paul Aldrich, Dick Batchelder, Ray Boissoneau, Ron Bouchard, Bones Bourcier, Russ Conway, Gil Coraine, Robert Coy, Ricky Craven, Andy Cusack, Paul Giblin, Mark Hann, Lloyd Hutchins, Skip Matczak, Al Novotnik, Ed Shea, RA Silvia, George Summers and Pete vonSneidern.

No member of the Executive Committee or the Board receives any compensation in exchange for their services.

Latest News


On Sunday, June 14, Board Members Bob Coy and Paul Giblin's annual Gypsy Tour motorcycle ride left Wiers Beach in Laconia, NH with a police escort heading to New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Riders paid $10 each, all of which went to the Museum project, to participate. Read More

The family of Joe O'brien has donated his race car to the North East Motor Sports Museum. Built in 1968 by Phil Libby, the car was successfully raced until 1973. Originally outfitted with a Corvette independent rear end, the car now has the traditional quick change as Obrien drove it. Read More
Annual Meeting Held

The annual meeting of the Racing History Preservation Group was held on Saturday, May 9, at Ray Boissoneau’s magnificent private museum in Concord, NH. Attendees were told that a 2015 groundbreaking with construction to immediately follow is highly likely. Read More
Open Meeting May 9th

The Open Meeting of the Racing History Preservation Group and its North East Motor Sports Museum will be held on May 9 at 2pm in Concord, NH at a private auto racing museum. Those in attendance will learn about progress made toward groundbreaking, committees that will determine what will go into the museum for which those in attendance can volunteer to have real input on what’s to be displayed.

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A Productive Three Months

The 90-day period between Christmas, 2014 and March 25, 2015 was one of the most productive in the history of the North East Motor Sports Museum. We took in over $80,000 in cash and donated stock. We signed the lease as did Bruton Smith for 2.66 acres at NHMS. We had the land surveyed and insured it for liability. Nearly 1,000 copies of the book, “A History of Auto Racing in New England were sold before year’s end.

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