Trooper Janell Brown (L) will be competing this weekend
Pro riders from around the east coast and beyond will compete in two days of action.
The bull ring style 0.25-mile course will include a 100-foot frontstretch triple with a rhythm section on the backstretch that will have the fans on their feet.
Youth divisions will also take to the track with riders starting as young as six years old.
For snowmobilers riding into this event, The Flat Track is easily accessible off Corridor 15A on the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association’s Trail Map.
50,000 yards of snow was moved from the speedway’s 1,200-acre property into 15 foot tall piles around the track.
Over 100 snocross athletes competing over the two days including: Trooper Janell Brown – Female N.H. State Trooper based in Concord, N.H. who started competing in snocross at 9 years old and Kamden Duffy – 11-year-old rider from Richmond, N.H. who started snowmobiling at 3 years old and competing in snocross at 5 years old
Saturday gates open 3 p.m. with a free autograph session at 3:30 p.m. and the pro final under the lights at 7:15 p.m.
Sunday gates open at 9:00 a.m. with the final starting about 3 p.m. giving you time to get home and catch the end of the Daytona 500.
Weekend access including a pit pass is $25. Single day tickets are $15 and kids 12 and under are free.
There is limited grandstand seating and open snow seating along the frontstretch and turn four with a view of the entire racetrack. Bring blankets/chairs and make yourself comfortable to enjoy the day’s snowmobile racing.
We will have fire pits and heating towers to keep you warm.
Free parking, coolers allowed but no alcohol permitted.
Food vendors will be onsite selling soup in a bread bowl, hot chocolate, fried dough, barbeque, beer, water and Coke products.
Speedway Children’s Charities Red Bucket Brigade will be looking for donations that will go to help children in need across New England.
Loudon Firefighters Association will be hosting a smore’s pit.