New Hampshire Motor Speedway

New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire is New England's home for all things racing and NASCAR.

According to NHMS's website, they opened back in 1990 and are the largest sports and entertainment facility in New England. The speedway is 1.058 miles.

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For the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Season NHMS hosted the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, Kyle Busch was the pole winner and Aric Almirola won the race.

Rusty Wallace Driving Experience

The Rusty Wallace Driving Experience tours tracks around the country giving NASCAR civilians the experience of a lifetime out of the stands and onto the track.

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There are different packages offered depending on the experience you want. If you want to be behind the wheel you have your choice of:

Taste of Speed, 4 laps
Qualifier, 8 laps
Shootout, 12 laps
Start Your Engines, 16 laps
Green Flag, 24 laps
Checkered Flag, 36 laps
Race Day, 50 laps

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If driving around the track isn't quite your speed they also offer ride-along experiences.

The Rusty Wallace Driving Experience will come to Loudon, NH on Saturday, June 25th, Sunday, June 26th, Saturday, August 27th, and Sunday, August 28th.

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Spooktacular Savings

Right now you can save a whopping 60% off your experience by using the promo code: SAVE60. To book your experience or a voucher for a friend click here.

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