Three of drag racing's most iconic personalities were honored at the museum. Banners honoring Jack Doyle, Jimmy King and Al Segrini were unveiled and have become a permanent part of the museum.
The largest group to ever attend an Annual Meeting of the North East Motor Sports Museum voted on several significant matters affecting the museum's operations.
Coburn Benson's steam powered car is at the museum to help tell the story of the Stanley Steamer which was built in New England.
Join us on August 18 from 9am-1pm for a Morning at the Museum with hot rods, customs, rat rods, classics and other show cars.
Shany Lorenzet photographed decades of New England racing history.
The Dion Vs the Dragons was so much fun, guests were still enjoying each other's company two hours after the program ended.
Put a bunch of stock car racers together on a worthwhile project and America wins an Olympic Gold Medal
You never know what you'll see at the museum, but it'll be interesting.
Last year's Legends Day event honored three stock car racers and was a complete sell-out. This year, three of the most important New England drag racing personalities are honored.
This year's Gypsy Tour Motorcycle ride brought a record number of bikes and a record donation to the museum.
The last running of the Langhorne (PA) Race of Champions was in 1971. It was won by Roger Treichler whose trophy for that win is now on display at the North East Motor Sports Museum.
Maine's Austin Theriault won the 2017 ARCA Championship driving a car that's now displayed at the museum.