Come to watch racing in New England or Join our club of riders and enthusiasts. Come enjoy the safety of the race track.
We hope that you are all doing OK and staying safe and healthy.
Motorcycle racing, track days and street riding will be back soon.
Do not forget to support the businesses that you frequent and that support the sport. They are all available in some capacity to serve you even in these uncertain times. While you have the time, surf their websites and make plans to get back on the saddle.
Normalish times will be back soon.
Hope to see you all back at home at NHMS - Steve Aspland, Race Director
May 29th, 2020
Dear LRRS Riders,
We posted a video on Facebook Wednesday night, and if you get a chance it would be great for you to watch it. Some things are just better communicated in person. Please check the Loudon Road Race Series Facebook page and take a look at the video if you get a moment, it’s about 8 minutes long. Here are the basics of what was communicated: READ MORE . . . .
At the 2019 Loudon Road Racing Series Awards Banquet Eric Wood and John Grush gave a presentation outlining changes for the better in 2020 and moving forward.
The schedule for the Loudon Road Race Series normally features eight weekends of Championship Cup Series motorcycle racing - seven weekends at New Hampshire Motor Speedway plus, new for 2020, one weekend at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
Due to the global crisis, the 2020 season spans June-October. The events at NHMS run on the 1.6-mile road course.
Our primary track is
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
1122 Route 106 North
Loudon, NH 03307
Over the years, LRRS has developed a reputation for having some of the closest and most intense racing on two wheels. A strong commitment to rider training and development has contributed to the quality of the LRRS programs.
2020 Race License and Medical Contact form.
CLICK HERE to download forms
2020 Parental Consent form.
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Did you know that the longest-running racing and track day school is based right here in New England? Click on the image above to visit
The Penguin Racing School's website.
General questions and and answers.
A quick history lesson on how the LRRS group came to be.
AAMRR was the original racing club here in NE was founded by Lou Otto along with Fred Otto, Marti Otto Whaley, and Walter von Shonenfeld in the early 1960s. It was later managed by Bob Pepper and then by Steve Ross and Donnie Mei until the mid-eighties before running into financial issues. These problems caused AAMRR to evaporate (mid-week, just before a race weekend was planned to be run). Ted Goddard, who was the Track Operations Manager at the time, called me (Steve Aspland) and told me of the problem and asked if Penguin racing School could help cover the insurance for the weekend. I said, “you need to talk to Jerry Wood about that”. Jerry then called the AMA who sent people out to NE on two days' notice to manage and insure the event. Most of the riders never even knew that there was a problem and that these changes had been made. Ted then looked at a bunch of us and said “if we are going to keep racing alive in NE you guys need to help”. That is how LRRS came to be. Don Hutchinson – Race Director, Jerry Wood – Safety Director, Fred Mitchell – Referee, Steve Aspland-Assistant Referee, Karen Hornbecker – Medical and many more volunteers all worked to make this what it is today. Then LRRS group was transferred to SMI when Bob Bahre sold the NHMS facility to them and they have worked to continue this tradition of fun, safe, and some of the most competitive Amateur class motorcycle racing in the USA! " A funny story about that: On a Monday after an LRRS event I was sitting in the office out front waiting to drive Don Hutchenson to the airport who was out to lunch with Bob Bahre. He gets out of the car and while walking towards me he just starts laughing. What so funny I asked. Bob just asked me who owns LRRS so I had to tell him that he did. He just smiled and said I guess I will have to tell them (SMI) that it comes with the package. They had no idea either.
And now it is our turn to continue the tradition!