Information On Inaugural Northeast Classic At New Hampshire Motor Speedway

New Hampshire Motor Speedway will be the site of the inaugural Northeast Classic on April 17 in Loudon, N.H.

The event will puts a card together at the 1.058-mile oval that includes the an American-Canadian Tour feature, a Super Late Model feature, a Open Tour Type Modified feature and an Open Street Stock feature.

The event is being promoted by management of the American-Canadian Tour and the Pro All Stars Series.

For more information check the Northeast Classic General Information web page.

The event was originally scheduled to debut in April 2020 but was ultimately postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions in the state of New Hampshire.

Tech inspection and officiating for the $5,000 to win 50-lap Tour Type Modified event will be overseen by representatives of the Tri-Track Open Modified Series.

Northeast Classic Tour Type Open Modified Entry Blank

Northeast Classic Tour Type Open Modified Rules


  1. solstaseeson says

    Lets hope it’ll happen on time, really doubt it tho,,

  2. April 17th? I am surprised there is not a snowmobile race on the card. Better bring your snowmobile suit for this one if you are spectating. They better be ready to plow the snow off the speedway. Just a little early for racing in NH.

  3. The purse is too small to get any real car count from Mods, used to be 20k to win at Loudon, then it was 10k, now this race is 5k. I know it’s different series but its the same track, Also this race is sandwiched between the Ice Breaker and Sizzler so we shall see,

  4. The MRS got a pretty good car count in 2019, with less then $5K to win. I think they will get a good car count. Even if there are no WMT cars, there will be a bunch of MRS and TriTrack teams along with some Stafford Open teams.

  5. It’s not the headliner. It’s part of a big show. Can’t be paying every series big bucks.

  6. Idk just kinda feels like that Richmond Race, no hype, not main event, 8 cars showed up, no points and not part of any other series.

  7. This may have developed from the Short Track Showdown events that were started by the NEMST. I went to the last one and they had a good field of Mods (at least 24-25 I think) and a strong 29-car PASS field. It was the best race I ever went to that no one showed up for, as it was more of a “club day” then an advertised event. This one will be worth seeing for sure!

  8. I’m looking forward to it but who knows if it’s actually going to happen, I certainly hope it does, definitely enough space there to spread out.

  9. Earl, the second or third season Loudon was open, they had a Mod Tour\Busch North double header in the middle of April. Also, Busch North used to run Oxford in April for years. Add to that the old NASCAR North Tour\original version of the ACT Tour had April races in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and even Quebec.

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