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New Hampshire International Speedway Tickets

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A Brief Information about New Hampshire International Speedway

New Hampshire International Speedway is one of the most unusual tracks on the Nextel Cup Series. How unusual? The track has been described as "Martinsville on steroids."

The Bahre family owns the New Hampshire International Speedway. Its roots in New England racing go back to 1964 when Bob Bahre acquired a track in Oxford, Maine, which he and his son, Gary, operated until 1986. Their efforts to bring a major racing facility took off in 1989 when ground was broken for the New Hampshire International Speedway on a site about 10 miles north of New Hampshire’s capital city, Concord.

The track opened its gates for the first time in June 1990 and played host to its first NASCAR touring series event, the Budweiser 300 for Busch Series. The Cup Series followed in July 1993, with Rusty Wallace getting the victory. In July 2000, the New Hampshire International Speedway became the first facility to draw more than 100,000 sports fans for a single-day event.

That same year, the New Hampshire International Speedway was the site of a couple of fatal accidents that took the lives of promising young drivers. In May, while practicing for a Busch Series race, Adam Petty perished when his throttle stuck in the middle of a turn. When Winston Cup made their first appearance, a similar fate befell 1998 Rookie of the Year Kenny Irwin, Jr. For safety reasons, track owners decided to run restrictor plates on the cars during their return trip to the speedway in September 2000, making it the first track outside of Daytona and Talladega to use them. It would be the last one as well; a boring race, which had no lead changes, was the result of the experiment.

After rightfully scrapping the idea, track officials looked after other ways to increase safety, which eventually resulted in the addition of SAFER barriers to the corner walls in 2003, and the addition of the engine-kill switch to all Busch Series and Nextel Cup cars.

The New Hampshire International Speedway plays host to the New England 300 and the Sylvania 300.

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