NHKA Racing Series Sprint Race at NHMS

NHKA: On the hill behind the NASCAR oval

NHKA: On the hill behind the NASCAR oval

Saturday July 25th at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

On the hill behind the NASCAR oval (including the famous Bowl)

2-3 rounds of practice, qualifying heat and final race

$25 Pit Pass | $40 Registration for Pre-Entry (Form) | $45 Registration at the track

Gates open at 7:30am

Note: Race Fuel will be available – $10/gal for Sunoco 110 octane.

No Twin Engine karts will be allowed.


NHKA is hosting an F1 Outdoors Club points event. We will feature the usual F1 RMax Classes (Micro & Mini, Juniors, Seniors, Masters, Shifters & DD2s). There will also be a TaG class. We encourage all NHKA Racing Series members to dust off their karts and join us.

No matter what you run, we’ll find someone for you to race and we’ll create a class for any 4 karts. No Twin Engine karts will be allowed.

It’ll be the first time we’ve run this configuration, which levels the playing field for one and all. So it’ll be interesting to see who figures it out fastest and comes away with the first wins. Will it be you?

Mike Camarra will do some testing Friday and that night will post details about the track configuration and suggest a good baseline gear.

No sense just sitting around waiting for the August road race, let’s get out there and have some fun!

Additional Information

  • Download the Pre-Entry Form.  Pre-entries must arrive before July 21, 2009.
  • Registration will open at 8:00 AM
  • Mandatory Drivers Meeting at 9:00 AM
  • Practice starts at 9:30 AM followed by Racing.
  • All times posted are approximate. Schedule subject to change at the discretion of the Race Officials.

Race Format

Heat and Feature – Schedule to be determined by number of entries.

Awards to be based on the number of karts in the class and will be for event awards only.

Other kart clubs may be using these results for their series, which has nothing to do with the NHKA Racing Series.

For more information or questions, contact Lee or Mike Camarra via http://nhka.net/