NHMS Unveils Trackside Terrace for 2017 Season

(Press Release from New Hampshire Motor Speedway)

In an effort to modernize the traditional racing experience and to create new sight lines and opportunities for fans, New Hampshire Motor Speedway has created the Trackside Terrace camping area for the 2017 season. Located in Turn 4 between the Laconia Grandstand and the Granite Ledge, the Trackside Terrace will be available for this year’s July and September Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series weekends.

“We’re always looking for new ways to innovate and enhance the fan experience, and remodeling this area is a step in that direction,” said David McGrath, executive vice president and general manager of the speedway. “We have had tremendous success with the amazing views from our Granite Ledge, and the new Trackside Terrace is another wonderful opportunity to do something unique for our fans and corporate clients.”

The Trackside Terrace will be the first and only exclusive area that allows fans to park their RVs or campers just a few feet from the racetrack. Each campsite comes with an amazing view, two N4 armbands, and a tow vehicle pass. N4 armbands include grandstand access for all three days of racing, including:

Friday, July 14
Whelen All-Star Shootout – Whelen Modified Tour
Qualifying – Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

Saturday, July 15
Nor’easter 100 – Whelen Modified Tour
Lakes Region 200 – XFINITY Series
United Site Services 70 – K&N Pro Series East

Sunday, July 16
New Hampshire 301 – Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

Additional armbands may be purchased for adults and kids under 12 years old. All RVs must be self-contained.

With a total of only 20 spaces, the sites will be available at a first-come, first-serve basis. The Trackside Terrace may only be available to campers for 2017, so this could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

To purchase your Trackside Terrace camping or for more information, visit Fan Relations, check out the website at www.nhms.com, or call (603) 783-4931.


  1. darealgoodfella says

    Are grandstands being removed to accommodate this?

  2. Fast Eddie says

    Dareal, if the diagram above is accurate, then grandstands must have been removed. I sat in the middle of turns 3 & 4 for a few races. The seats used to go to the beginning of turn 3, then to the middle. I guess there is no more turn 3 seating. That’s where they had general admission seats.

  3. wmass01013 says

    add that this is the last year of 2 CUP races who needs seats

  4. darealgoodfella says

    Yeah, it looks like the grandstands right at the apex were/need to be removed.

    The removed grandstands could seat several hundred, and the few RVs that will now park there will support a few dozen.

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