Driving really fast is illegal unless you’re on a racetrack or in New Hampshire during one of the state’s No Law Wednesdays. Watch the pros live free and drive with this GrouponLive deal.
- One G-Pass to see a NASCAR race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
- Door time: 8 a.m. for the New England 200; 7 a.m. for the New Hampshire 300
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart for the New England 200; click here to view the seating chart for the New Hampshire 300.<p>
Event and Seating Options
New England 200 on Saturday, July 13, at 3:30 p.m.
- $25 for main grandstand seating (a $55.90 value)<p>
New Hampshire 300 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on Sunday, July 14, at 1 p.m.
- $29 for seating in the yellow section of the main grandstand (a $66.10 value)
- $49 for seating in the crimson section of the Laconia or Concord grandstand (a $107 value)
- $99 for seating in the crimson section of the Laconia or Concord grandstand, plus admission to a question and answer session with driver Danica Patrick at Hospitality Village starting at 10 a.m. (up to a $147 value)<p>
How G-Pass Works:</b> Your G-Pass will be ready to print 48 hours after the deal ends. Print the G-Pass and use it to enter the venue directly; you won’t need to redeem at will call. Due to security restrictions, G-Passes cannot be redeemed through the Groupon mobile app.
The Scouting Report
In what has been an annual tradition for a decade, the NASCAR Nationwide Series zooms back into the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 13. From their spot in the grandstands, fans can cheer on and scout the sport’s future stars before they graduate to the Sprint series or collapse in on themselves to form a black hole. This year’s race features the Nationwide Series debut of up-and-comer Ryan Preece, who was plucked from an international field of NASCAR Next drivers.
The high-octane action continues on Sunday for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, which returns for the 21st consecutive year. In past seasons, drivers have used this race as a springboard to glory—in 2010, Jimmie Johnson won the New Hampshire 300, and went on to win his fifth consecutive championship. This year’s Race for the Chase features a tight battle for points, adding fuel to what looks to be a heated weekend in Loudon.<p>
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
On July 9. 2000, New Hampshire Motor Speedway became the first site in New England history to draw more than 100,000 guests for a single-day sporting event. The Speedway had hosted large crowds before that, and it certainly has since. Sprawled across 1,200 acres, the multi-use complex boasts a capacity of 105,491, making it the largest sports facility in New England and the ideal landing place for when the settlers of the Lost Colony return from space in 2021. Much—if not all—of that space comes in handy during the two annual visits from the NASCAR Sprint Series. In addition to major races, the Speedway also lends its asphalt to amateur events and monthly race weekends, including the Loudon Road Race Series.