New England Dragway

New England Dragway is located in Epping, New Hampshire.
Racing at this location contains: NHRA 1/4 mile dragstrip.


 

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Street Night is on!
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Gates Open at 5
Racing From 6-10
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See you soon!
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Friday Street Night ft. 603 Diesels is tomorrow! We are anticipating an amazing turn out and it is promising to be one of the most exciting 603 Diesel nights yet! What are you most excited for?!

FAQ:
Q: How much are tickets?
A: Racer: $25, Crew: $15, Spectator: $10

Q: What time?
A: Gates open at 5pm, racing starts at 6pm. It concludes around 10pm.

Q: Do I need to pre-purchase tickets?
A: All tickets will be available for purchase at the gate!

Q: Do I need to wear a mask? What is the protocol on social distancing?
A: We ask you to be respectful and use common sense when it comes to masks. When interacting with NED staff, other racers/spectators, or food vendors, we do ask you to wear them, however, when you are in your car or in the stands or pits social distancing from others, a mask is not required. Please make sure that you are 6FT away from other groups while in the pits and stands.

Q: What are the requirements to race?
A: Every car is different. Depending on your ET and speed, it will vary. The general requirements for all are a windshield free of cracks, battery tie down, free of fluid leaks, tires must be in inspectable shape, seatbelts, and neutral safety switch. If a car is running 13.99 or faster, a SNELL 2010 or newer helmet is required. All drivers and passengers must wear a t-shirt or long-sleeved shirt, long pants that reach closed toed shoes. All clothing/shoes must be free of holes. Please see the NHRA Rulebook with more information about specific vehicles.

If you have any other questions, comment below!
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Our Opening Street Night has unfortunately been cancelled due to weather. We hope to see you at our Friday Street Night ft. 603 Diesels this Friday, June 26! ...

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Now that racing can resume at New England Dragway there are several changes racers need to be aware of. This includes ASRA Stock/Super Stock, Import Face Off, Street Outlaws No Prep Kings and H-Day, among others. There are nine VP Race Fuels ET Series events on the schedule, along with eight Dennis K. Burke Super Comp, Leahy Excavating Super Gas and Diesel Direct Super Street races. In addition, there are Fast By Gast Top Bike, Outlaw 10.5 and NE X-275 scheduled through the remainder of the season. Check the online schedule for complete details.

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**CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER**

Who is ready?! Tonight is finally the night we have all been waiting for – Opening Street Night! Gates will open at 5pm, racing starts at 6pm. We know there is a chance for rain – so this event is weather dependent, however, we think Mother Nature heard how much you all wanted to race, and it looks clear for Street Night tonight! The sun is starting to come out over here! If you have not signed up for our new text alerts – be sure to do that to keep up to date on the last information and rain out alerts!
Prices:
Racing $25
Crew: $15
Spectators: $10
www.nedragway.com/rain-out-alert-sign-up
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Racing 2020 Underway!

If you need a fix of first-class drag racing action New England Dragway is the place to be this weekend. The track’s first event of the season is the NHRA Lucas Oil Regional with racers in all of the sportsman categories battling it out for their first NHRA Division 1 event of the season. Of course highlighting the Lucas Oil Regional events is the blistering passes courtesy of Top Alcohol Funny Car and Top Alcohol Dragster. Although the field in the dragster category is mainly injected nitromethane machines. After three rounds of qualifying on Friday Sean Bellemeur put his Camaro Funny Car in the pole position with a thundering 5.518 elapsed time at more than 267 miles per hour. In the Top Alcohol Dragster field Rich McPhillips came away with top honors when his 5.238 elapsed time at more than 276 miles per hour proved his machine could handle the heat.

The big question of the weekend was, “Are spectators allowed?” The answer is a resounding yes! Fans are asked to follow CDC guidelines and maintain social distancing while enjoying more than 330 entries start their quest for the Division 1 crown. Saturday’s program kicks off at 9 AM. Funny Car and Top Alcohol Dragster eliminations start at 2:30 PM followed by a second round at 5 PM and the finale at 7 PM. Tickets are available at the gate.

How about the rest of the New England Dragway 2020 season? That’s set to resume its normal schedule on Wednesday, June 24. Check out the New England Dragway schedule for more information. It’s been a very long off season, but things are sure to heat up fast. Make plans to be part of it.
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New England Dragway is teaming up with Smoke Shack Southern BBQ to usher in a new food and beverage program at the track. “This promises to bring an entirely new food experience to race fans,” explained track General Manager Joe Lombardo. Smoke Shack BBQ is no stranger to serving hungry race fans. The company has been a partner of New Hampshire Motor Speedway for many years. They now bring that same reputation for quality and variety to drag racing fans.
Along with the new partnership, Smoke Shack is bringing in a wide range of food options including their smoked meat specialties. The company is renowned for their pulled pork, beef brisket and smoked sausage. Along with their offerings in the main concession building, Smoke Shack has concession trailers serving breaded tenders and hand cut French Fries.
Some of the menu items waiting for race fans in 2020 include Apple Smoked Pulled Pork sandwiches, Smoked Beef Brisket subs, Sausage Sub with Peppers and Onions, Steak and Cheese Sub, Smoke Shack Steak Bomb, Chicken Tenders with Fries, Nathan’s All Beef Hot Dogs, along with traditional fare like Cheeseburgers, French Fries, Pizza Slices and Whole Pizza Pies.
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**RESERVED PIT PARKING REMINDER**
If you have a Reserved Pit Space and are NOT competing in the Divisional, your trailers should be moved as stated in the Pit Parking Agreement. They can be moved out back past the containers or off the property completely prior to Wednesday at 5PM.
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Thanks to updated guidelines issued by Governor Sununu spectators will be allowed to participate at New England Dragway beginning on Monday, June 15. This means anyone wishing to watch the NHRA Lucas Oil Regional Event is welcome. There are a number of factors race tracks are asked to put in place. First and foremost is a gathering restriction of no more than 10 people per group. Guests must adhere to social distancing in all areas, including grandstands. We ask that everyone use common sense. While it has been traditional for racers to gather in large groups once racing is done for the day, we ask you to refrain from doing so. While it is part of the normal culture of drag racing, we are dealing with a situation none of us have experienced in the past. In order to ensure we can continue racing for the remainder of the 2020 season please stay in your respective pit areas.

Once the NHRA Lucas Oil event is complete New England Dragway will resume its regular schedule of racing. This includes Wednesday and Friday Street Nights, which will begin June 24. The remaining weekend schedule as published will pick up on Saturday. Points events begin on June 27 with Top Sportsman, Top Bike and NE X275. There will not be a rescheduling of events originally slated for April, May or the first part of June.

Regardless of the event you plan to attend please follow these CDC guidelines. If you have symptoms including, but not limited to, headache, fatigue/feeling tired, muscle aches, sore throat, cough, sneezing, fever, shortness of breath, recent loss of taste and smell, other respiratory symptoms, and chills, please stay home. If have a household family member who has symptoms causing them to feel unwell, please stay home. If you tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 14 calendar days, or are recovering from COVID-19 and it has been less than 14 days since you have been symptom free, please stay home. If you had contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 14 calendar days, please stay home. If you, or a family member have a temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or greater, please stay home.

Additional updates will be published as they become available. We ask that everyone bear with us as we navigate uncharted waters. Compliance is critical in order to avoid cancellation of future events. A cooperative effort by everyone will help us get back to the sport we love.

**If you would like to spectate at the NHRA Lucas Oil Regional Event, please note tickets will be sold at the gate only on a first come, first served basis.
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