New England Motor Sports Museum



The 2024 fundraising event season at the New England Racing Museum (922 NH Route 106N, Loudon, NH 03307) opens up with the 3rd Annual New England Racers Reunion: Race Car Show on Saturday May 4th. Each of the museums events are essential fundraisers to help meet financial obligations so we can continue our mission of New England motor racing discovery, preservation and education.

As is now tradition the museum’s event season will open up on the first Saturday in May. On May 4th the 3rd Annual New England Racers Reunion: Race Car Show presented by Autopac Gallery will once again take over the museum’s parking lots. The event features a unique display of historic race cars and race motorcycles from regional clubs and independent car owners. Last year’s event featured 59 historic race cars and 13 motorcycles. Unique regional motor racing artifacts from various visiting auto racing museums will also be on display. The event will feature the awarding of the Jim Martel Best of Show Trophy and other best appearing awards to be presented at the conclusion of the program.

June will be a busy month at the museum in 2024. Laconia Motorcycle Week kicks off in the middle of the month which is directly followed by NASCAR race week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The museum will be open to the public from Wednesday June 19th to Sunday June 23rd to welcome visiting race fans. The month concludes with a visit from 125 unique road rally cars as the nation’s largest road rally The Great Race stops for a lunch visit at the museum presented by Team EJP on Friday June 28th from 11am to 2pm. Spectators are encouraged to stop at the museum to view the high quality road rally cars as the museum will be open to the public.

The museum’s annual all vehicle car show “Hot Rods, Muscle and More” presented by Shea Concrete Products closes out the summer event season on Saturday August 24th. Supporting car and truck owners will contest for the 4th Annual Parker-Coraine Best of Show Trophy as we honor two valued museum supporters, Ted Parker and the late Gil Coraine. 20 class trophies will be awarded in total and includes the fan favorite “Coolest Sounding” award. The event regularly features over 200 show vehicles.

The 7th Annual Legends Day will take place on Sunday November 17th and will honor the regions most accomplished road racers. Legends Day was created by the late Russ Conway as a way to honor the most successful and celebrated personalities of New England motor racing. Make sure to visit throughout the year for all specific event details.


Saturday May 4th: New England Racers Reunion: Race Car Show

Wednesday – Sunday, June 19th-23rd: NASCAR Race Week at NHMS

Friday June 28th: The Great Race Road Rally Visits the Museum

Saturday August 24th: Hot Rods, Muscle and More: All Vehicle Car Show

Sunday November 17th: Legends Day, Honoring New England Road Racers

About the New England Racing Museum

The museum is owned by the Racing History Preservation Group, a 501 (C ) (3) educational nonprofit organization that seeks to discover, preserve and educate the public on the history of New England motor racing. The 10,000 square foot museum opened in 2017 on the grounds of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. Call 603-783-0183 or visit to learn more.