Track Size: 1.058 miles
Race Length: 317.4 miles (300 laps)
Banking/Corners: Variable at 2 & 7 degrees
Banking/Straights: 1 degree
Groundbreaking for New Hampshire International Speedway, as New Hampshire Motor Speedway was originally named, was Aug. 13, 1989.
The first NASCAR Sprint Cup race was on July 11, 1993.
Renamed New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 2008.
There have been 32 NASCAR Sprint Cup races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway; one per year from 1993 through 1996 and two per year since.
Four drivers have competed in all 32 races: Jeff Burton, Jeff Gordon, Bobby Labonte and Joe Nemechek.
Mark Martin won the first NASCAR Sprint Cup pole.
Rusty Wallace won the first NASCAR Sprint Cup race.
There have been 17 different pole winners, led by Ryan Newman (four).
20 different drivers have won, led by Jeff Burton (four).
Jimmie Johnson (2003) and Kurt Busch (2004) are the only drivers that have posted season sweeps. Those are also the only back-to-back winners.
Hendrick Motorsports has won eight races, more than any other organization.
The deepest in the field that a New Hampshire race winner started was 38th, by Jeff Burton in 1999.
There have been four winners who started from the pole. The last race winner to win from the pole was Clint Bowyer in 2007. He scored a perfect Driver Rating of 150.0 that event.
Jeff Burton led all 300 laps raced in the 2000 fall race.
Five drivers got their first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win at New Hampshire: Joe Nemechek (1999), Robby Gordon (2001), Ryan Newman (2002), Clint Bowyer (2007) and Joey Logano (2009).
Two drivers got their first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light Pole at New Hampshire: Patrick Carpentier (2008) and Brad Keselowski (2010).
Eight of the last nine races that finished under green had a margin of victory of less than a second.
Track qualifying record: Brad Keselowski (133.572 mph, 28.515 sec., 9-19-10)
Track race record: Jeff Burton (117.134 mph, 7-13-97)
Driver Rating at Daytona
Tony Stewart 113.0
Jeff Gordon 107.0
Jimmie Johnson 106.8
Denny Hamlin 100.5
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 99.7
Clint Bowyer 96.6
Jeff Burton 94.6
Kurt Busch 93.5
Kevin Harvick 92.6
Kyle Busch 91.3
Note: Driver Rating compiled from 2005-2010 races (12 total) at New Hampshire.
Top Performers Statistically at Infineon:
|Clint Bowyer (No. 33 Cheerios/Hamburger Helper Chevrolet)
||Jeff Burton (No. 31 Caterpillar Chevrolet)
|Kurt Busch (No. 22 Shell / Pennzoil Dodge)
||Kyle Busch (No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota)
|Dale Earnhardt Jr. (No. 88 National Guard / AMP Energy Chevrolet)
||Carl Edwards (No. 99 SCOTTS ORTHO Ford)
|Jeff Gordon (No. 24 Drive To End Hunger Chevrolet)
||Denny Hamlin (No. 11 FedEx Freight Toyota)
|Kevin Harvick (No. 29 Budweiser Chevrolet)
||Jimmie Johnson (No. 48 Lowe’s Chevrolet)
|Mark Martin (No. 5 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet)
||Ryan Newman (No. 39 U. S. Army Chevrolet)
|Tony Stewart (No. 14 Office Depot / Mobile 1 Chevrolet)