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As the second race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, the Sylvania 300 tasks NASCAR’s drivers with navigating “The Magic Mile” in front of a crowd of up to 105,000 fans. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, Kurt Busch, and other racers will scream around a 1.058-mile Möbius strip in a 300-lap contest that determines the drivers’ playoff standings, as well as their ability to preset a car’s radio stations. General-admission seating borders either turn two or turn three of the speedway, and main-grandstand seating allows attendees to gaze upon the finish line, as well as directly into the souls of the pit crew.

1122 Route 106 N
Loudon,
NH
US

The Motorsport Lab lets drivers tame and test a fleet of classic American muscle cars and exotic, foreign sportsters. Drivers receive instruction before sampling the speed and handling of vehicles such as the Aston Martin DB9, Bentley GT, and Lotus Elise. Instructors either compress racing experiences into 60-minute agility tests or prolong the rush by guiding drivers on three-day excursions to Tampa, the Berkshires, or the nearest no-contact demolition derby. The Motorsport Lab also runs an advanced driving school, teaching students the subtleties of controlling Ferraris and Lamborghinis.

1122 Rte. 106
Loudon,
NH
US

Chuckster's draws in fun-seekers of all ages with its sprawling haven of outdoor games, activities, and attractions. With 12,000 square feet of emerald carpet darting in between nine streams and ponds and 1,000 tons of boulders, Chuckster's remarkably long mini-golf course challenges putters with water features and inclines. Across the grounds, straining knuckles steer two-seat go-karts around the speedway, swing at fast- or slow-pitched balls at the batting cages, and grip onto colorful holds to ascend the 27-foot climbing wall. Duos can square off in a game of Shoot-N-Shower, a timed free-throw shooting challenge where the player who sinks the fewest freebies gets doused with water and scolded by an omnipotent Reggie Miller. Picnic tables nestled in the cool shade of umbrellas cradle patrons as they rejuvenate with ice cream, frappes, and soft drinks after a day at play.

9 Bailey Rd
Chichester,
NH
US