Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta

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Place Category: PLAY Attractions, STAY Camping, SPORTS Professional Sports, SPORTS Road Atlanta Motorsports Center, SPORTS Sports Venues, and SHOP Victory Lane

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  • Since 1970, Road Atlanta has taken center stage as North America’s premier road racing facility, with continuous spectator amenity upgrades & new events.

    Camping in Road Atlanta’s park-like setting is a truly unique motorsports experience. With dramatic elevation changes, Road Atlanta offers camping areas at several exciting locations around the circuit. Whether you want to be right on top of the action with a trackside spot, in an open field or camp in a more secluded wooded area, Road Atlanta offers a variety of options.

    Restrooms and showers are conveniently located in the infield and paddock. Reserved RV campsite locations, including electric hookups, are available on a limited basis.

    Overnight camping is permitted at all Road Atlanta spectator events except Drift Atlanta and NASA events.

    Road Atlanta is a 2.54-mile (4.088 km) road course located just north of Braselton, Georgia, USA. The facility is utilized for a wide variety of events, including professional and amateur sports car and motorcycle races, racing and driving schools, corporate programs and testing for Motorsports teams. The track has 12 turns, including the famous “esses” between turns three and five; and Turn 12, a downhill, diving turn.



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  • 1 Review on “Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta”

    1. Road Atlanta Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta
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      Lauren P. on Yelp said:

      Dear Road Atlanta,

      Your racetrack is truly an asset to Georgia. Only an hour drive (less if traffic is better) from Atlanta and nestled in the hills of the mountains, it’s always a treat to enjoy a day wandering around the track listening to awesome cars go zooming by.

      Now that y’all are owned by GrandAm, I would like to see some improvements made. At Petit Le Mans this year, your announcers continued to tout this as the best course in the American Le Mans series. If that’s the case, y’all can do a bit more to make life easier for race fans.

      The course is definitely not ADA compliant. We parked in the gravel lot near the walking path to the vendor village, but my poor mother-in-law with her broken foot had a hard time moving around the course because of all the hills and rocks. Please spend a little money to pave a walking path around the entire course of the track.

      While you’re at it, build a few more bathrooms instead of port-a-potties. No matter how you dress if up with a sign labeling “rest room” it’s still a stinky can. The real facilities (though few) are adequate.

      And please, PLEASE, build a real bar/restaurant. Nowhere at Petit Le Mans could I get a mimosa yesterday morning! The food stands were overpriced with a limited offering. I think a Southern concept offering biscuits, grits, coffee and Bloody Mary’s for breakfast (then turning into a sandwich shop later on…with a full bar) would go a long way. Maybe nestle it on the hill side with a patio overlooking the pit?

      Regardless of my ideas for improvements, I’ll still be back for more races. I do love a good tailgate on race day. Now I just need to buy an RV…

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