Speedway Configurations & Types of Racing
1.058 Mile Oval Superspeedway Stock Cars, Modifieds, & Trucks
1.6 Mile Road Course (12 Turns) Motorcycles, Sports Cars, Karts & U.S. Legend Cars
0.25 Mile Mini Oval Located in Oval Turns 1 and 2 - U.S. Legend Cars
Speedway Dimensions
Straights 65 feet wide Banked at 1 degree 1,500 feet long
Turns 65 feet wide Variable banking at 2/7 degrees -
Pit Road 60 feet wide - -
Speedway Facilities
Outfield Facilities

Grandstand seating of 93,521
38 VIP Suites
26 Concession Stands
Frank Webb's Bath Center
25 Restrooms
5 Automated Teller Machines (ATM)
4 Elevators
Northside Heliport (5 Helipads)

Infield Facilities

Jack Ratta Media Center
Infield Care Center
Four 26-Bay Enclosed Garages
Technical Inspection Building
1 Automated Teller Machine (ATM)
Smoke Shack BBQ Grill
2 Restrooms
Lincoln Electric Company/Airgas Welding Shop
80-foot tall scoreboard tower

Tunnels Two (20 feet in diameter, 130 feet long) located under Turn Two
Full tractor trailer truck accessibility
Paddock Spectator Restroom & Concession Stand
Speedway Firsts
Ground Breaking August 13, 1989
Official Track Opening June 5, 1990 as New Hampshire International Speedway
First Professional Race June 17, 1990 - 67th Annual Loudon Classic
First NASCAR Race July 15, 1990 - Budweiser 300 (NASCAR Nationwide Series)
First CART Race July 5, 1992 - New England 200
First IRL Race August 18, 1996 - True Value 200
First NASCAR Sprint Cup Race July 11, 1993 - Slick 50 300
Purchase Agreement November 2, 2007 by Speedway Motorsports, Inc.
Acquisition Closing January 11, 2008 as New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Speedway Fast Facts
The first superspeedway to be constructed in the United States since 1969
Largest Sports Facility in New England in terms of seating capacity
Site of the first single day sporting event in New England to draw over 100,000 guests (July 9, 2000, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race)
The LENOX Industrial Tools 301 is a part of the “Race to the Chase”
The SYLVANIA 300 is the second race of the “Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup”
More than 10 million viewers in over 90 countries watch events televised from the speedway in 2007
More than 600,000 spectators attend NHMS races/events during a season
The Speedway provides part-time employment to more than 1,500 workers