Valley Motorsports Park is located in Tamworth, NH on Route 25, 2 miles west of Route 16. Tamworth is approximately 20 miles south of Conway NH and 11 miles east of Moultonborough, NH. It is centrally located between the White Mountains and the NH Lakes Region and is roughly two hours north of Boston.
A perspective membership must complete a written application. Please call (603) 437 3278 ext. 207 and speak with Jim Hoenscheid. He can answer any questions as well as fill-out an application for you over the phone. You can also download the application from our web site and fax it back to us at (603) 437-1286.
No, not yet. Valley Motorsports Park is currently securing all the necessary permits in order to begin construction. Construction will begin as soon as we secure all the required permits.
Yes, we will be conducting tours for current and potential new members. Due to insurance and safety reasons, all tours will be lead by a Club Motorsports representative and will be scheduled in advance. Please visit Tour Valley Motorsports Park page for additional details or call (603) 437-3278 and speak to Jim Hoenscheid.
The reduced, "during construction" special price is available for a limited time. During construction prices are limited and will not be available once Valley Motorsports Park opens. In addition to the cost savings, becoming a member now carries additional benefits. A limited number of services will be offered to members based on their membership number - including short term storage for tires and other car equipment as well as Garage-Mahal rentals.
The reduced, "during construction" special price is available for a limited time and will not be available when the Club opens. We have a published schedule of prices for both individual and corporate memberships. Please see our published price list for complete details.
Each level of membership will be able to secure road course sessions through an advance reservation system. Bronze members can call twenty-one days in advance to guarantee a road course session. Silver members can call fourteen days in advance and gold members can call seven days in advance to guarantee a road course session. Even without a prior reservation, a member can call Valley Motorsports Park to see if there are road course sessions available on a given day. If available, the member can then book a road course session on a first come, first serve basis.
The club portion of the facility will be open everyday (with the exception of major holidays) of the year from 7:00am until 9:00pm Monday through Sunday. The Club will have such amenities as a pool, health club and restaurants as well as a planned hotel. The road course will operate from 8:00 am until 7:00 pm Monday through Saturday and 11:00 am to 7:00 pm on Sundays.
We expect the road course will be available and open on an average of 200 days per year from roughly mid-April through mid-November. The road course will be operating during the season weather permitting everyday of the week. Once the snow starts to fall and the ground freezes, the road course will be closed for the season. In order to protect the road course, it will not be plowed nor have any chemicals applied to the surface. We will not allow snowmobiles on the road course. Additionally, we plan on allowing access to the grounds for cross country skiing and snow-shoeing.
However, the club house and the “indoor amenities” – restaurant, health club, lounge, etc will remain open all year long.
There is no absolute number – capacity depends on the mix of memberships that will utilize the road course. We will not oversell memberships.
Any automobile (except SUV's, tracks, or vans) or motorcycles can be driven as long as it passes a safety inspection. Most of our members will be driving street legal cars from such as manufacturers and makes like: BMW, Porsche, Ferrari, Lotus, Mustang, Corvettes, Miatas, Toyota Supra, Mitsubishi Evolution, Shelby Series 1, Audi, and even a Mini Cooper S.
Any reputable dealership or an independent, certified mechanic can do the inspection, or it can be done at the facility. A technical inspection form will be provided to you prior to access to the road course. It needs to be filled out and turned in before automobiles or motorcycles can be driven on Valley Motorsports Park. The inspections are required at regular intervals.
Any automobile (except SUV's, trucks, or vans) or motorcycles can be driven as long as it passes a safety inspection. Most of our members will be driving street legal cars from such as manufacturers and makes like: BMW, Porsche, Ferrari, Lotus, Mustang, Corvettes, Miatas, Toyota Supra, Mitsubishi Evolution, Shelby 1, Audi, and even a Mini Cooper S.
Yes, the club will host competitive timed events for members.
No, our club will cater to members of all levels of driving skills. We will offer training classes so all members can improve their driving.
The Club’s instructor and/or road course manager will ride, qualify and assign a skill level to each member. We will allocate sessions by car-type and skill level. So, during each road course session drivers with like equipment and skill level will occupy the road course.
All participants must wear helmets bearing Snell 1995 or later certification. All participants must present a valid driver's license and be 18 years or older.
Our road course, an Alan Wilson design, will be one of the safest facilities in the country. In addition to extra wide road course surface, Valley Motorsports Park features extensive run-off with gravel and sand traps, deep tire walls, rigid debris fences, and steel retaining walls. In the very unlikely event of an accident, we will have the highest level of dedicated paramedics along with fire and rescue equipment, on site, at all times, in order to handle any situation.
All drivers must be 18 years or older. All participants must present a valid driver's license.
The membership initial fee is a one-time charge. Once you pay this amount, you become a member of Club Motorsports. In order to keep your membership active, you are required to pay monthly dues which are now set at $75 for bronze, $100 for silver, and $150 for gold individual memberships. Corporate monthly dues are $150 for bronze, $200 for silver, and $250 for gold.
Membership dues (either paid monthly or annually) commence once we begin scheduling road course sessions for members. So, members start paying dues after we open the road course.
Yes, there are financing packages available. Please visit the Membership section of the site for complete details or call Jim Hoenscheid.
Yes, membership levels can be upgraded and the original initiation fee will be credited toward the upgrade.
Yes, please call (603) 437-3278 and speak with Jim Hoenscheid.
No, memberships can not be resold. However, memberships can be transferred. The Club is allowing a one-time transfer on memberships to an immediate family member and certain additional restrictions apply. Please consult our bylaws or call (603) 437-3278 and speak with Jim Hoenscheid.
There are no refunds available on the one-time initiation fee. If you need further explanation please call (603) 437-3278 and speak with Jim Hoenscheid.
Yes, if a member stops paying dues for more than 60 days membership privileges will be suspended. The membership can be reactivated upon payment of a reinstatement charge. The member must also conform to the rules and regulations of Valley Motorsports Park.
Yes, Both. Members will have access to Garage-Mahals located right in the paddock area. A Garage-Mahal is an enclosed 2-car garage with a hotel-style room above. There are also numerous hotels, motels, bed and breakfast, and campgrounds all within a few miles of Valley Motorsports Park. Further development plans include an on site hotel to be built offering luxury accommodations for members and guest.