The attached audio and slide show is part one of a four part series that features a conversation with New England racing legend Sam Posey, Ray Caldwell and others associated with the former Marblehead, Massachusetts based Autodynamics race team.
The George and Barbara Holland new touch-screen interactive map of New England’s race tracks has gone live in the museum. It shows every track in every state in New England. Pick your state (New Hampshire is here) and you can see where every race track is now or ever in that state.
Legends Day 2022 is now sold out! Thank you everyone for your continued support. We look forward to honoring these New England stock car racing Legends on November 13th! Tickets will be mailed out on November 1st. No walk up tickets will be sold at the door to the general public on November 13th.
On Tuesday October 25, noted New England auto racing historian and preservationist Tommy Caruso visited the museum for the first time. He was given a guided tour through the museum by the museum founder, president and executive director.
The museums most important event Legends Day will take place on Sunday November 13th at the New England Racing Museum (922 Rt. 106, Loudon, NH 03307). Headlining the event will be the stock car stars of the former NASCAR North and Busch North Series. The event will include an honoree panel discussion, permanent banner unveiling and a buffet lunch. The event is presented by Autopac Gallery and Overhead Door Options Inc.
The annual meeting of the Racing History Preservation Group DBA New England Racing Museum will take place on Thursday November 17th at 7pm at the New England Racing Museum. All board members, trustees and general membership are welcome to attend.
Starting October 15th, 2022 our public hours of operation move to Saturday only, 10am to 4pm. Expanded public hours of operation will resume in June of 2023.
The racing world and a storied family has lost a grand champion. Gentleman Jim Martel led a storied racing career during which he won two Late Model championships during Star Speedway’s most competitive years for that class.
The Nor’Eastern Pontiac Club will hold its 27th annual Pontiac Car Show at the New England Racing Museum on Saturday September 24th (rain date Sunday September 25th). The museum is located at 922 NH Route 106 in Loudon, NH.
On a beautiful late summer afternoon, Somersworth, New Hampshire resident David Horne captured the 2nd Annual Parker-Coraine Best of Show Trophy at the museums 4th Annual Hot Rods, Muscle and More Car Show Fundraiser.
As our annual car show fundraiser continues to grow each year we thought it was in the best interest of the show to grow the judging team. From left to right our 2022 judging team will consist of Scott Scribner, Wes Pettengill and Jim Lowrey Jr. All three judges are responsible for awarding all 21 trophies. More about our judges for this year.
The 2022 Parker-Coraine Trophy will be awarded to best of show winner at this year’s Hot Rods, Muscle and More, the museums annual all vehicle car show fundraiser.