The first ever Historic Motorsports Expo will be held at the Northeast Motorsports Museum at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, May 4th. This event will take race fans down a trip of memory lane that will feature race cars from the past along with a mobile museum, racing personalities, and artifacts. There will be cars from oval racing, road course racing, drag racing, and off-road racing.
The event will feature museums together for the first time as Ron Bouchard Racing, New England Antique Racers, Maine Vintage Race Car Association, Bob Doyle Museum with photos feature Vermont Racing History along with Ollie Silva Museum. The ProNyne Motorsports Museum and the Owls Head Transportation will be apart of the event.
Some of the drivers that will be on hand will be two-time back-to-back NASCAR Busch North Series in 1992 and 1993 known as the “Irish Angel” Dick McCabe will be on hand. Six-time American Canadian Tour champion Robbie Crouch will be apart of the event along with four-time NASCAR Busch North Series champion Andy Santerre.
Some of the cars that will be on display will be an Indycar originally driven by Danny Ongais, along with a Formula 5000 and the Country Girl Funny Car that has 1400 horsepower along with cars from the STAR Antique Racers.
The event will take place on Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The racing engines will be fired up at noon afterword there will be a BBQ lunch and prize giveaways. The museum will have over 30 cars on display along with a slot car track and the IRacing simulator.
Members of the museum will have free admission with lunch. Non-members will have to pay a $10 admission fee and a small donation for lunch. There is a rain date scheduled for Sunday, May 5. Groupons will not be allowed for the event.