New England Motor Sports Museum

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, Ray Boissoneau, Ron Bouchard, Bones Bourcier, Don Breslauer, Russ Conway, Gil Coraine, Robert Coy, Ricky Craven, Andy Cusack, Paul Giblin, Frank Grimaldi, Mark Hann, Lloyd Hutchins, Frank Manafort, 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

01.11.2016
Before The Ice


The site of the North East Motor Sports Museum at New Hampshire Motor Speedway froze over in the early winter. Before the frost set in, Andy Kaski, using equipment on loan from Bentley Warren Inc, installed an underground storm water system on the site. The system used precast concrete pieces provided by EF Shea and piping provided by the EJP Corporation. If the work had come from museum funds, it would have cost thousands. Read More
12.22.2015
Construction Updates


Work continued on the site of the North East Motor Sports Museum deep into December. The final project to be accomplished before the harsh winter set in was to install an underground storm water drain system. Read More
12.11.2015
Ron Bouchard


On an especially dark December night, several hundred people stood in the rain outside a funeral home in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, waiting their turn to say a final 'good-by' to Ron Bouchard and to extend their sympathy to his family. Few knew that Bouchard had suffered from cancer for five years. He looked healthy so it was a surprise to most when at age 67 he died. Read More
11.29.2015
Sifting Sands


Site work continues on the land that will be home to the North East Motor Sports Museum. Andy Kaski has finished leveling the ground where the museum will be erected and is now working a huge sifter that is generating sand needed for back-filling the foundation, the septic system and under-floor base. The loader Andy operates on the site is so large, an average height woman can stand up in its bucket. We remain hopeful that Read More
11.20.2015
Pushing Dirt!


Andy Kaski has been pushing dirt to prepare the site of the North East Motor Sports Museum since November 11. The plot had to be leveled to accommodate the building, its parking lots and grounds. Bentley Warren loaned his D-8 Cat bulldozer at no cost to the museum for the job. Next task will be to put the forms down and fill them with concrete to create the building’s foundation. Our aim is to get that work done before winter. Read More