Wanna Race?

Do you have the itch to get on track and race wheel-to-wheel? Then it’s time for you to get a high-performance racing go-kart and join the fun of the NHKA Racing Series.

NHKA has been hosting races at NHMS and other area tracks for years. This is real racing at every speed and budget for everyone: Men and women of all ages, as well as boys and girls 5-years old up to teens who actually look forward to spending an active day with their parents. It’s a true family atmosphere where it’s not unusual to see two generations of racers pitted together.

With safety and fun as our highest priorities, the NHKA provides a fair and highly competitive environment for real people to enjoy real racing.

Interested? Then the Track is the Place for you.

The best way for you to see what the NHKA Racing Series is all about is to come up to New Hampshire Motor Speedway and experience an event for yourself. You’ll see some great wheel-to-wheel action, get to check out different types of go-karts, and feel welcomed as you walk around the pits to talk with racers of all ages. Don’t be shy, ask lots of questions! We’re eager to help you to be out there racing with us!

Spectator Information
Pit passes: $15 for adults & $10 for kids under 12
Gates open 7am
Practice & qualifying about 8am-noon
Heats & final races about 12:30-4:30pm
Click here for directions to New Hampshire Motor Speedway

To buy your pit pass, just pull into the track, look for a building on the left with windows like an ice cream stand, and walk up to the one marked NHKA.

Your pit pass will also give you access to other parts of the track for the day depending upon what else is happening – and something almost always is. You might see sports cars or motorcycles screaming around the road course, cool cars drifting or running time trials in one of the lots, and/or stock cars blazing laps on the speedway. You might be able to drive through the tunnel into the infield to check out the NASCAR garages and victory lane. And you’ll certainly want to get a pulled pork sandwich from the infield restaurant.

Bring the whole family for a fun day at the track learning about how to start racing yourself. For now, take a look at the information on these pages:



New to Karting

A Day at the Track