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New England Dragway

New England Dragway

Built by Racers for Racers
About the New English Dragway

Almost 52 Years after its debut, the New England Dragway is still home to some of the fastest and most exciting drag racing events in America. O’Reilly Auto Parts is honored to be partnering with the New England Dragway and becoming a part of the new era of drag racing excitement that the track promises.

Home to the NHRA New England Nationals as well as a plethora of other high quality racing events, the New England Dragway is a premier racing destination in the Northeast. From April to October there is no better place to experience the thrill of racing than on the grounds of the New England Dragway. The complex proudly houses renovated grandstands and a state of the art sound system that make the New England experience one of a kind in the area.

Coming July 6th – 8th the NHRA New England Nationals will be held on the hallowed grounds once more and the top Dragsters, Funny Cars, and Pro Stock drivers will take on the ¼ mile strip with thousands cheering them on. Being the only ¼ mile drag strip in New England the New England Dragway is proud to be the home for the NHRA Nationals and relishes the opportunity to carry on the tradition as well as pioneer new racing innovation. O’Reilly is proud to be a partner of the New England Dragway and the future of racing, and encourage you to check out what’s going on up in New England.

Almost 52 Years after its debut, the New England Dragway is still home to some of the fastest and most exciting drag racing events in America. O’Reilly Auto Parts is honored to be partnering with the New England Dragway and becoming a part of the new era of drag racing excitement that the track promises. Click the portrait to find out more.

Performance racing network

Join Brett McMillian weekly for an hour-long roundtable discussion with the nation’s top motorsports media. Here they will discuss the current racing issues, hot topics, and more.

6/13/18 | What makes a great race? Or…. A great performance? Listen
Guests: Rick Allen of NBC Sports and Regan Smith of Fox Sports.
6/6/18 |  Does driver talent beat out team talent? Listen
Guests: Lewis Franck of Reuters and Alan Cavanna of Fox Sports.
5/30/18 | 13 races complete! Two winners standout! Listen
Guests: Jeff Hammond of Fox Sports, and Nate Ryan of NBC aSports.
5/23/18 |  Kevin Harvick… stoppable or not? Listen
Guests: Mike Neff of Frontstretch.com and John Roberts of FS1

Travel with Lenny Batycki while he brings the latest news and notes from local short tracks all over the Southeast and Midwest.

6/14/18 | Southeast | Listen 
Guests: Zach Leonardi, Senoia Raceway SLM winner; Mart Wertz, Langley Speedway winner; and Brian Dunlap, World Racing Group director of broadcasting.
6/7/18 | Mid America | Listen 
Guests: Spencer Bayston, Indiana Midget Week champion; Mike Harrison, winner of his 500th racing feature; and Eric Saunders, back-to-back sprint car winner at Plymouth Speedway.
5/31/18 | Southeast | Listen 
Guests: RJ Otto, Eldora Speedway modified winner; Chad Zobrist, Belle Clair late model winner; and Travis Montgomery, head of sports marketing with Valvoline

For more episodes visit Performance Racing Network at goPRN.com.

 

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