LOUDON, N.H. – New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) and ProRider 603 are joining forces to host an all-new event to kick off Motorcycle Week at NHMS June 9-11. The Top Cop for Kids Motorcycle Skills Challenge presented by Laconia Harley-Davidson will put the region’s finest motorcycle riders to the test to see who has what it takes to be named Top Cop. Proceeds will benefit children in need throughout New England through the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities (SCCNH), the official charity of the speedway.
“We are excited to kick off the 100th Laconia Motorcycle Week Rally with this new event to showcase the incredible skills of officers from throughout the region,” said New Hampshire Motor Speedway Executive Vice President and General Manager David McGrath. “As a motorcycle rider myself, I am always working to improve my skills on my bike, and I certainly appreciate the level of talent these officers have. Spectators will be amazed seeing what these guys can do on two wheels.”
The Crayon 301 NASCAR Cup Series race is just around the corner, and the drivers are gearing up for an action-packed weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Christopher Bell, Brad Keselowski, and Chase Elliott recently took part in a Goodyear Tire test at the track, getting valuable laps and insights that will be beneficial when they return in July.
For Bell, who drives the No. 20 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, the test was crucial in securing his spot in the playoffs. While last year saw many winners, this year is proving to be more challenging, so every race matters. He believes that the test will help him and his team be successful when they return for the race.
“We are thrilled to welcome race fans to ‘The Magic Mile’ to enjoy the many racing events we’ve got lined up throughout the season,” said David McGrath, executive vice president and general manager of New Hampshire Motor Speedway. “The past year has given us the opportunity to host a variety of events that are outside of our typical wheelhouse, but we’re excited to get back to our motorsports and fan entertainment roots.”
Drivers, Start Your Engines! Laps for Charity returns to New Hampshire Motor Speedway May 14 to benefit the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities. Fans can drive on the 1.6-mile road course for the very first time.
LOUDON, N.H. – Anyone who’s ever dreamed of being a race car driver can make it come true while helping children in need throughout New England on Friday, May 14. Laps for Charity offers anyone with a need for speed the opportunity to drive his or her own vehicle on one of New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s (NHMS) famed racing surfaces as well as ride in the official NHMS pace car with proceeds benefitting the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities (SCCNH).
“Race fans are always asking us if they can drive on the racetrack,” said Danielle Cyr, director for SCCNH and marketing manager for NHMS. “This is the perfect opportunity to give them the chance to experience the thrill of being behind the wheel at their favorite speedway while helping local kids in need.”
Record Start to 10th Annual Gift of Lights Presented by Eastern Propane & Oil Attendance is up 244% over 2019 for the first two weeks of the annual drive-thru light show. Speedway officials have adjusted traffic patterns to accommodate increased traffic flow.
LOUDON, N.H. – Instead of HO, HO, HO, it’s been GO, GO, GO as a record number of families are enjoying the Christmas season at the 10th annual Gift of Lights presented by Eastern Propane & Oil at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Attendance is up 244% over the first two weeks of 2019 (despite being closed Saturday night due to inclement weather). The drive-thru attraction of 3.5 million lights is open nightly through Jan. 3.