The North East Motorsport Museum in Loudon, New Hampshire, is hosting its Legends Day on November 7 this year, featuring stars of New England midget open-wheel racing.
Among these stars are Russ Stoehr, 6 times NEMA champion; 9 times champion and winner of a record 85 races Drew Fornoro; 1987 champion Bobby Seymour, who has also fielded cars for other drivers and will represent a racing family including his father “Boston” Louie and brother Mike; automaker Rollie Lindblad; longtime announcer Pete Falconi; and Dick Monahan, author of History of auto racing in New England.
Special events this weekend
“Michelotti World”, and exhibition of cars designed by Giovanni Michelotti, opens at MAUTO, the National Automobile Museum in Turin, Italy.
The Saratoga Automobile Museum in upstate New York hosts a private screening of No time to die at the Bow Tie Cinema at 7 p.m. on October 7.
The Newport Automobile Museum hosts its German Car Weekend on October 9-10 with five branded car clubs in attendance and with people showing off a German car key earning free entry.
It’s the cars and coffee final of the season on October 9 from 9 a.m. to noon in the Seal Cove Automotive Museum in Maine. The museum closes for the winter after October 31, but will open by appointment on Mondays and Tuesdays as needed until the start of the 2022 season on May 1.
Mark your calendar
The Saratoga Automobile Museum in upstate New York on October 9 is the 10th Vintage at Saratoga, a gathering of BMWs produced in the 20th century. The museum hosts a Corvette car exhibit from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on October 13.
Herzog Motorsports, the Missouri-based racing team that has won a variety of events from off-road racing in Baja to Jimmie Johnson’s transition to stock car racing, will be honored on October 15-16 at the a special event at Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed in Lincoln, Nebraska.
“Mille Miglia” is the theme of the Demo Day activities from October 16 to Simeone Foundation Automobile Museum in Philadelphia, where the museum’s Mille Miglia podium cars will be performed. These cars include a trio of Alfa Romeo 8C models from the 1930s and a Maserati 300 S from 1956.
Hemi under glass by Bob Riggle and Rich Truesdell will premiere from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on October 16 at Autobooks-Aerobooks in Burbank, Calif.
The Blackhawk Museum in Danville, Calif., is hosting its 30th anniversary All British Motor Show from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on October 17.
The first years of the Canadian Grand Prix are the subject of the Zoom conference on the third Thursday scheduled for October 21 and presented by the Canadian automobile museum. The speaker will be George Webster, who has worked as a flight attendant at Formula 1 events and has also been a motorsport writer and photographer.
A school semester in the UK means special youth-focused programs from 23 to 31 October through British Automobile Museum in Gaydon, where Professor Pickle and Doctor Pumpkin will share the science of lights and mirrors.
Autobooks-Aerobooks in Burbank, California, hosts Angels Savage and Ted Woperner and their book, Wild angel, a biography of Swedish runner Savage, on October 23.
Opening on October 26 at MAUTO, the National Automobile Museum in Turin, Italy, is an exhibition titled “These daredevils on the white roads”. The exhibition presents 40 photographs by Adriano Scoffone of the 40-mile hill climb organized in the Italian Alps in 1930 and won by Tazio Nuvolari in an Alfa-Romeo Grand Prix car. The exhibition was developed with the help of Angelo Sala, former director of stage direction of the Alla Scala Theater.
The British Automobile Museum in Gaydon is hosting the Great British Model Railway Show on October 30 and 31, with 30 model railroads of different calibers.
The Tunnels to Towers Foundation’s mobile exhibition on September 11, Never Forget, will be at National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky., November 3-9.
The North East Motorsport Museum in Loudon, New Hampshire, is hosting its Legends Day on November 7 this year in honor of New England midget races.
New Savoie Automobile Museum in Cartersville, Ga., halfway between Chattanooga and Atlanta, announced Dec. 8 as its opening day for visitors. The museum sits on a 35-acre site and consists of three buildings with 65,000 square feet of exhibition space and a cafe. It is part of the Georgia Museums Inc., which includes the Booth Western Art Museum, the Bartow History Museum, and the Tellus Science Museum.
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