Fulfill your need for speed during your next trip to New England by taking a ride or getting behind the wheel of a 600HP NASCAR race car with Richard Petty Driving Experience at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. There is no better way to complete your trip to New Hampshire than to challenge your friends and family on the track at speeds of up to 130 MPH.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway, located in Loudon, NH, is approximately 75 miles from Boston, MA. It is a 1.058 oval-shaped track and is considered to be a larger version of Martinsville.
RIDE-ALONG EXPERIENCES: Generally our Ride-Along Experience is offered between 9am to 4pm on days we are on track at most locations. Check out the track schedule here. Before heading to the track call 1.800.237.3889 to confirm dates/times.
Reservations are not required for Ride-Alongs at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, except during special events and Race Rides during NASCAR event weekends. Ride-Alongs, given in the form of gift cards, do not expire and are non-refundable. Click here to purchase a Ride-Along today!
TEENS RIDE FOR $29: When a parent/guardian purchases a Ride-Along Experience, their Teenager (ages 14-19) can participate in a Ride-Along Experience as well for $29 (plus tax where applicable). Teen Rides must be purchased At Track. Some restrictions apply.
DRIVING EXPERIENCES: Driving Experiences require reservations and can be purchased by clicking on the desired Experience button below. Effective in the 2013 season, all driving experiences at New Hampshire Motor Speedway will utilize right seat instructor format.
QUESTIONS? Want to know our age requirements, rain policy, or what to wear to the track? Click here for answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions.
3-lap high speed Ride-Along in a NASCAR race car
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Track News & Info
Richard Petty Driving Experience Announces 2-for-1 Drive Special for Members of the Military
5/24/2013 12:00:00 AM
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