The Summer Road Race Series will be held on Sunday afternoons throughout the summer. This series will give drivers a cost-effective way to race on the road course.
The only 125-lap event of our four NWMT events, this one proved to be exciting with pit strategy playing a big part. TSMP’s four NASCAR Whelen All-American Series divisions will all be in competition, as well as the NEMA Lites. This will be their second of three stops.
The Vintage Motorsports Festival will showcase cars from each of the periods in which the Thompson road course has operated, and embodies the rich history of the track.
The 2nd Annual Vintage Motorcycle Classic, presented by Indian Motorcycle of Springfield will immediately follow the Vintage Motorsports Festival. This event will include a track event on the 1.7 mile road course, swap meet, antique motorcycle show, and vendor area.
Established in 2012, Honda Fest is the premier Honda Lifestyle event in New England. This event includes some of the hottest customized vehicles in the area, vendors showing off their latest and greatest products, celebrity appearances, models, and so much more!
We'll have the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East test, possible that other divisions could be added. Keep checking for updates.
This will mark the return of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, after an eight-year absence. The last time the regional touring series raced at Thompson was in July, 2009. New England native and former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, Steve Park, finished second in the 100-lap race. Ryan Truex was the race winner. The year prior, in 2008, Trevor Bayne registered his first NASCAR win.
The SCCA Majors Tour is coming to TSMP! For more information on the majors please click here.
Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park is hosting a test day for competitors on Friday, July 14. Racing will be held on Saturday & Sunday July 15-16.
This series will be held on June 11, July 23, and August 27
Our mid-summer staple, the Bud ‘King of Beers’ 150 will be identical in format to 2015 and 2016.
Six divisions comprise the program, including the first of two stops for the NEMA Midgets. At least one NWMT driver is expected in the field.