History will be made at the 2021 Daytona 500 when three New England drivers take the green. New England has never before had three drivers in the Great American Race.
The North East Motor Sports Museum library will be forever known as the "Joe Freeman Racemaker Press" library.
Amazon's charity, Amazon Smile, will donate 0.5% of everything you spend on Amazon.com if you register one time, then use a special log-in.
We at museum are grateful for the community of support we have received during these trying times. Unfortunately the challenge continues. During this holiday season we ask that you make a supporting donation to help continue our mission of New England motorsports preservation and education.
Join me in congratulating our 2020 volunteer of the year Skip Ambrose! Click to learn more about Skip and how he has helped make the museum a success.
A champion midget and stock car driver, he won races for more than 40 years.
The museum has a vast collection of race programs. Here's a sample of what we have from the earliest days at Oswego, NY.
Sy Sidebothm's dragster has been found, restored and is on display at the museum
Peter Ross' 1932 J2 MG was among the first cars to be displayed in the museum. It left to go racing and now it's back.
Starting Saturday October 17th, 2020 our public hours of operation move to Saturdays only, 10am to 4pm until June of 2021.
A new display honors ten-time Beech Ridge Speedway Champion Dick Wolstenhulme.
The Nor' Eastern Pontiac Club which is the largest Pontiac Car Club in New England will host its annual car show at the museum on Saturday September 19th from 9am to 2pm.