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New Hampshire Motor Speedway
If you have ever attended the NASCAR racing, then you are privileged to be in one of the most facilitated and state-of-the-art motoring filed known as New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
This famed sporting arena is located in Loudon, New Hampshire and hosts a number of popular events including the NASCAR and other open wheel racing. New Hampshire is a 1.058 miles oval speedway that has witnessed some of the best moments of Racing history.
Currently owned and operated by Speedway Motorsports, Inc, this marvelous track was originally the site of Bryar Motorsports Park. It was later purchased and redeveloped by Bob Bahre.
He renovated the track for about nine months and then reopened it on June 1990. Bruton Smith, owner of Speedway Motorsports, Inc. later bought the venue for $340 million cash on November 2, 2007.
Several major facilities were introduced in the place from time to time and the old road circuit was redeveloped into a multi-purpose track making it the largest speedway in New England. In 2002, the track's corners were turned into a progressive banking system.
The apron was paved and became part of the track, and the track's banking was varied from 4 degrees in the lower two lanes to 12% grade. The addition of safer barriers to the corner walls was made in 2003. Expansions made later have made it the largest sports venue of any type in the region.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway was previously used for open wheel racing during the 1990s. But after it started hosting NASCAR, the two have become synonyms of each other. The track has been hosting NASCAR racing annually since the early 1990s.
Other races like Loudon Classic motorcycle, WKA go-kart and SCCA races are also held in the complex. The track also hosted open wheel racing for seven years. It hosted CART from 1992-1995 and the Indy Racing League from 1996-1998. One of the open wheel winners was Tony Stewart who later won two Sprint Cup races at the track as well.
New Hampshire Speedway has a long history of sporting milestones. It ranges from successful Busch races and that led to Loudon earning a spot on the Sprint Cup Series schedule in 1993, Davey Allison's final race on the field before his death in a helicopter crash and the holding of first wire-to-wire race in New Hampshire Motor Speedway since the 1970s.
Besides experiencing the glorious moments of racing, the track has also witnessed some tragic events that have now become a part & parcel of the racing world. In 2000, the track was the site of a pair of fatal accidents which took the lives of promising young drivers.
1998 Rookie of the Year Kenny Irwin, Jr witnessed a similar fate when the Winston Cup Series made their first appearance of the season. NASCAR was once postponed as well as a result of 9/11 in 2001.
The accidents at the field led to the addition of new rules in the game. In September, 2003, an incident involving Dale Jarrett, where his car was jammed in the middle of the race track and was in danger of getting hit while other cars raced back to the caution flag, resulted in a ban on racing back to the caution flag.
This generated the idea of "free pass," also called "the lucky dog," in which the first car behind the leader not on the lead lap would get their lap back during each caution period in all of NASCAR's national and regional series.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway promises an impressive line up of colorful racing events including the ever popular NASCAR. The venue is full of modern facilities and services. This famous track is visited by millions of people every year who enjoy some of the most exciting races here.
So if you are a racing enthusiast, then grab the opportunity to enjoy a thrilling race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as soon as possible as this is the place where the game remains on always.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway Tickets Prices
The average New Hampshire Motor Speedway Tickets price will cost you between $28 and $68, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon on 11/09/2020. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 12/09/2020 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon.
Minimum get in price is for New Hampshire Motor Speedway Tickets is $20 for the event being held at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon on 11/09/2020 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon on 12/09/2020 will set you back $68.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|FTFW Qualifying - Friday||Loudon||11-Sep-20||$28||$20|
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