The restored Goober Scheidel car has arrived.
The museum's reopening coincides with our 2020 featured exhibit "The Mighty Midgets" which places seven historically significant New England Midget Cars on display.
Thank you for your continued support of northeast New England motorsports preservation and education.
Museum Board member Al Novotnik died on Wednesday Jun 3 at age 89, less than a month after his final birthday. He was the museum’s oldest board member.
Join us on Saturday, August 15th (rain date the 16th) at the North East Motor Sports Museum located at 922 NH Route 106 in Loudon, NH for an all vehicles, makes, years and models car show in support of the museum, which has experienced a long closure due to COVID-19.
Tommy Caruso has been preserving and collecting artifacts that reflect New England's racing history. He's contributed some of his collection to the museum.
We may still be temporarily closed but work continues inside the museum.
In their day, these were the fastest and most dangerous race tracks in the country.
He was a winner, a champion and a great supporter of the sport.
As always, a big thank you to our loyal members who continue to support our efforts. Memberships are one of the museums primary sources of funding every year. Memberships that expire in April 2020 and beyond will still be valid for a full year. When the museum reopens, we’ll add the month(s) you missed to your membership so you get the full benefit value of what you paid for. Call 603-783-0183 for assistance.
For the safety of our guests and volunteers the museum will be closed until further notice. This closure effectively cancels the 2020 Historic Motor Sports Expo. The event will return in the spring of 2021. With the museum closed and events canceled your support is needed more than ever. Please consider making a donation to the museum. Call 603-783-0183 for further info.
With the museum temporarily closed in response to COVID-19 we are working on alternate fundraising strategies. Do you have some racing memorabilia or other items your looking to part with? The museum is now a Ebay for Charity partner which means you can donate a percentage or the total of your auctioned item to the museum. Or if you would like to make a donation to the museum of any dollar amount you can as well. Every dollar helps!