This NASCAR race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway has been known by several names over the years, including the Siemens 300, New England 300 and the oddly titled thatlook.com 300.
Lenox Industrial Tools 300 was changed to 301 with the tagline of “The Extra Mile at the Magic Mile”. The only problem with that is that 301 is the number of laps, not miles, and the race is actually 318 ˝ miles long.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway also hosts competition in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series; the Busch Series, North Division and the Modified Tour, and every car that takes to the track’s unique shape and configuration finds it challenging.
The track opened its gates for the first time in June 1990 and played host to its first NASCAR touring series event, the Budweiser 300 for Busch Series cars. The Cup series followed in July 1993, with Rusty Wallace getting the victory.
Jeff Burton is the career leader with four Cup victories at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, which hosted one Cup event per season from 1993 until 1996 and since then has had two dates per season.
Burton’s list of victories at New Hampshire Motor Speedway includes the Dura Lube 300 in 2000 in which Burton started on the outside of the front row and jumped immediately to the lead on the green flag. Burton led every one of the 300 laps that day to get that victory.
In 2004, New Hampshire Motor Speedway played host to the first race in the inaugural Chase for the Sprint Cup and played a key role in how that battle for the championship played out. Tony Stewart, Ryan Newman and Jeremy Mayfield were involved in a wreck that put an early dent in their championship hopes, while Kurt Busch - who had won the July race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as well - completed a season’s sweep that propelled him toward the 2004 Sprint Cup championship.
NASCAR New Hampshire Race Results and Winners
2017 Overton's 301 Race Winner
2016 New Hampshire 301 Winner
2015 5-hour Energy 301 Winner
2014 Camping World RV Sales 301 Wiiner
2013 Camping World RV Sales 301 Race Winner
Brian Vickers got the victory in the NASCAR Cup race at Loudon. Vickers sped away from Kyle Busch in overtime and took the checkered flag .582 seconds ahead of Busch to win 2013 Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
2012 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 Race Winner
Kasey Kahne led the final 66 laps, as fast-closing Hamlin ran out of time after starting deep in the field on a restart on Lap 240. Hamlin had dominated the race, but a miscommunication on pit strategy cost him track position in the late going, and Hamlin ran out of time after securing the runner-up spot.
2011 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 Race Winner
Ryan Newman won the 2011 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 Race, this is his first victory of the NASCAR season. Newman won for the first time since April 2010 in Phoenix. Newman became the 13th different winner in Sprint Cup this year, matching the total from last season after only 19 of 36 races.
2010 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 Race Winner
Jimmie Johnson bumped Kurt Busch with two laps remaining to win at the 2010 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Busch got by Johnson for the lead about five laps earlier using the same move. The win at New Hampshire is Johnson's second consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory. Johnson scored also 2010 win at Infineon Raceway and has claimed a total of five wins in the NASCAR season.
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