LOUDON, N.H.—Cars will be crawling instead of speeding through the New Hampshire Motor Speedway this holiday season, when the racetrack is transformed into a one-mile, drive-through light park.
Starting Friday and ending Jan. 1, the speedway will be aglow with more than 1 million holiday lights to raise money for a charity that helps needy children throughout New England. The path starts at the main gate, winds through the outside of the grandstands and includes a stretch of the road course. At the end, the speedway office will serve as Santa's Village, with hot cocoa and photos with Santa.
The cost is $15 per vehicle.