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Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (TSMP) is one of the most historic tracks in the country and celebrates it’s 75th anniversary in 2015. The track was originally built in 1940 by John Hoenig who constructed a 5/8 mile high-banked oval on his property – the first asphalt oval track in the country. TSMP is also home to a 1.7 mile road course, which features a variety of grassroots racing and high performance driving events, hosting clubs such as BMW Car Club of America, Porsche Club of America, Audi Northeast, SCDA, and the Mercedes-Benz Club of America.

TSMP hosts several large events on both the road course and oval tracks throughout the year. The oval features several NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races, and ends the season with its annual World Series which has been rated one of the top short-track racing events in the nation. The World Series is three days of racing and includes the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, Super Modifieds (ISMA), American Canadian Tour, NEMA and TSMP’s own four NASCAR Whelen All-American Series divisions.

The feature event on the road course is the annual Vintage Motorsports Festival which features cars ranging from pre-war to the 70’s and 80’s.

For more information, please visit or call 860-923-2280.

Raceway Golf Club

Established in 1947, Raceway Golf Club has lived in harmony with Thompson Speedway for over 67 years sharing the adjacent parcel of property with the track. Raceway Golf Club is a full service 18-hole golf club with practice facility. The Club offers daily golf special packages, tournaments, individual memberships and lessons.

Featuring classic New England golf course design and layouts with rolling hills, old growth trees and sprawling historic stone walls, Raceway Golf is the perfect place for a foursome, a golf outing – or a round of golf before or after your time on the track.

For more information, please visit or call 860-923-9591 to book a tee time.

Jessica Tuesday's

Jessica Tuesday’s was established in 2003, and started out as a market deli specializing in soups, salads and sandwiches. Over the years they have been committed to serving the best quality product available. They now cure and smoke all of their deli meats in house including ham, pastrami, roast beef and turkey.

Jessica Tuesday’s has continued to grow with the town of Putnam, a restaurant destination. Now offering a refined dinner menu on First Fridays in Downtown Putnam, as well as catering for all occasions.

They are partnered with a great local and organic farm – Unbound Glory in Pomfret, CT – from which they are harvesting 90% of our vegetables.