World Class Tracks

Not a world away

With multiple world class tracks in our backyard and a number of great tracks only a short distance away its not hard to see why so many track addicts call Atlanta home.

Voted one of America's best road courses by Car and Driver, Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta should be on the bucket list for any motorsports enthusiast.

Road Atlanta's 2.5 mile road course is comprised of 12 turns with mild elevation changes and a good mix of technical corners and high speed straightaways.

Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta is host to major events like Petit Le Mans, Drift Atlanta, and the The Mitty.

Voted one of the Top 10 Tracks in North America by Road & Track Magazine, Atlanta Motorsports Park is truly a country club for the track day crowd.

Atlanta Motorsports Park's 2 mile road course has 16 turns, dramatic elevation changes, and technical layout making it easy to see why so many liken driving it to driving in the north Georgia mountains.

Roebling Road Raceway's 2 miles and 9 turns may look simple, but this track is deceptively challenging to master. With many double apex corners, fast flowing corners and one of the longest straights in the country Roebling Road Raceway has a little something for everyone.

Carolina Motorsports Park's has the distinction of being the only purpose-built road racing facility in the Carolinas. It's 2.3 miles and 14 turns has a great mix of slow speed technical corners and high speed straights that will keep you busy refining your driving line lap after lap.

Barber Motorsports Park's 17-turns, and 2.4 miles of road course winds its way through impeccably maintained grounds. Visiting Barber Motorsports Park and the museum are a must for every serious track addict.

The track has hosted many world class events including Grand-Am, Pirelli World Challenge, Vintage Racing Series events, and the IndyCar Series.