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Thompson Vintage Motorcycle Classic—Connecticut @ Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
May 13 – May 15 all-day

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park is excited to be adding a new event to its schedule. The inaugural Thompson Vintage Motorcycle Classic will be held Sunday, May 15, 2016. The event will join the Historic Oval Invitational racing weekend, which features vintage racecars competing on Thompson’s 5/8-mile NASCAR oval. Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park will become a mecca of antique motorsports with historic racecars hitting the high-banks on Friday and Saturday (May 13-14). The two-wheeled fun will begin on Saturday afternoon, leading into a full schedule of classic motorcycle mania on Sunday, May 15.

The Thompson Vintage Motorcycle Classic will include on-track activities with vintage motorcycles on the 1.7-mile road course. There will also be a massive Swap Meet Marketplace, Manufacturer’s Midway Vendor area, Antique Motorcycle Show and more! This exciting new event is a great way to kick off the riding season, and sure to become an instant favorite of motorcycle enthusiasts from across the Northeast.

Join us as we unveil a new Vintage Motorcycle happening at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Spring of 2016. Sponsorships, Event Title Rights, and Display Booth Space are all currently available.

About Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park:

Tucked away in the beautiful countryside of Northeastern Connecticut, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (TSMP) is the home of a historic raceway, modern roadrace circuit, and a classic 18-hole golf course. Owned and operated by the Hoenig family for four generations, the property became a racetrack in 1939, thanks in part to the devastation left behind by the 1938 hurricane known as the “Long Island Express.”

The historic 5/8-mile high banked oval hosts a number of annual NASCAR stock car and open wheel racing events, including the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and NASCAR Whelen All American Series. The new 1.7 mile road course is the rebirth of the first purpose-built closed-circuit road racing track in the United States.

Just 50 minutes from downtown Boston, 2.5 hours from New York City, and 40 minutes from Hartford and Providence.