New England Motor Sports Museum
The Museum

The Museum

The North East Motor Sports Museum opened in June, 2017. The nearly 10,000 square foot building in Loudon, NH houses a broad variety of race cars and motorcycles, all with a New England heritage. Included is a 1915 Duesenberg that raced on the one mile dirt oval in Boston; the King & Marshall front engine NHRA dragster that was so successful; the car in which Joey Logano won his first Cup race (and the trophy he won that day); open wheel cars driven by Joe Sostillio and Johnny Thomson in the 1950s; the motorcycle Eddie "The Savage" Sarno built and drag raced with a huge Buick engine. There’s a twenty-five foot long trophy case, a huge well-stocked library with thousands of photos and books, a helmet collection that includes those worn by champions and walls covered with photos of New England racing in days gone by.

Museum Rendering

Museum Rendering

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