The Northeast Motorsports Museum needs drag racing photos and volunteers. Call them today at (603) 783-0183.
The Northeast Motorsports Museum
Needs Your Help
More Drag Racing Photos
Volunteers are also needed
The North East Motor Sports Museum opened in June 2017. The nearly 10,000 square foot building in Loudon, NH houses a wide variety of race cars and motorcycles, all with a New England heritage.
Located at 922 NH Rte. 106 N., Loudon, NH on the grounds of New Hampshire Motor Speedway, the Museum is open Saturdays and Sundays during the summer and every Saturday during the winter.
Normal business hours are 10 am-4 pm. We have extended days and hours during NHMS race weekends.
Children under 12 are admitted free and general admission is just $10.
Some of the items in the museum’s collection include:
- A 1915 Duesenberg that raced on the one-mile dirt oval in Boston
- The King & Marshall front-engine NHRA dragster
- The restored Bannister Brothers car
- The car in which Joey Logano won his first Cup race (and the trophy he won that day)
- The motorcycle Eddie “The Savage” Sarno built and drag raced with a huge Buick engine.
- A twenty-five-foot long trophy case
- A well-stocked library with thousands of photos and books
- A helmet collection that includes those worn by champions
- Walls covered with photos of New England racing in days gone by.
Drag Racing Photos Needed
One thing that the Museum needs is more photos of Drag Racing in the Northeast, from the early days of the sport to the present day. If you have photos that you are willing to donate, please contact Neil Van Zile at (603) 399-7114 or send him an e-mail at email@example.com
The Museum also needs volunteers to help with all kinds of behind-the-scenes tasks. Volunteers can work at the museum, at museum events and there are even things that volunteers can do from home to help the museum continue to function and grow. For more information about volunteering, read “How To Become a Volunteer” at the Museum’s website