Visitors can admire artifacts such as cars, motorcycles, trophies, helmets, engines and vintage racing attire, as well as visit the library
About This Deal
- The museum features cars, trophies, helmets, engines and vintage racing attire, some of which belong to private collectors and are exhibited for a limited time.
About North East Motor Sports Museum
The North East Motor Sports Museum pays homage to the history and tradition of motorsports in New England. Located on the grounds of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, it showcases not only vehicles from bygone and not-so-bygone eras, but also displays trophies, helmets, photos, and other memorabilia. Check out the details:
- Size: The museum spans about 10,000 sq. ft. housing a vast array of race cars and motorcycles, all with roots in New England.
- Eye Catcher: Among the prized treasures is the 1915 Duesenberg—built by auto pioneering brothers Fred and Augie Duesenberg, the race car features a 300-cubic-inch "walking beam" engine and once rode Boston's 1-mile dirt oval.
- Permanent Mainstay: The museum features a trophy case sitting 25 feet long and 8 feet high, holding trophies from some of New England's most significant races and championships.
- All Here: Stock cars, open wheel cars, drag cars, road race cars and even a Mt. Washington hill climb record setter are on display.
- Hidden Gem: An impressive motorcycle display includes a home-built drag bike featuring a sideways-set 405 CID Buick engine.