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Road Atlanta, Braselton

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#478 of 2,034 in Things to do in Georgia
Road Atlanta is recognized as one the world’s best road courses. Our multi-purpose motor sports facility is situated on 750 park-like acres in the rolling hills of Northeast Georgia.

Since 1970 Road Atlanta has been making history. From Can Am, IMSA, Camel GT, Formula 500, NASCAR Busch series, Formula Drift and of course the Petit Le Mans – just about everything that could race here HAS raced here! It’s hard to name a famous driver who has not driven or competed here at Road Atlanta – all the way from back in the day with drivers like Mark Donahue and Paul Newman to the modern day of Patrick Dempsey, Patrick Long, Johnny O’Connell, and Dale Earnhardt. The history of this place is fascinating! (Dennis Lynn)

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.

Road Atlanta is host to major events like Petit Le Mans, Drift Atlanta, and The Mitty and is home to the Skip Barber Racing School.
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  • We took our two oldest boys (ages 12 & 9) to the Petit Le Mans 2018. We had a great time! We loved the option of so many areas to watch the race and to be able to get so close to the track. The booths...  more »
  • A yearly event. Historic Sports Racing's Mitty. 4 days of previously raced by professionals, ie NASCAR's Formula One, GT's, CanAm, etc down to MG's Midgets, Sprit's. Great viewing. Ability to walk fre...  more »
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  • One of my favorite tracks--enough that I make the 16 hour drive from Houston each year. Track surface is pretty good overall (esp compared to Texas tracks) and has a really good flow for bikes. There is a bump coming in to turn 1 and some uneven pavement on the exit of 1 leading to turn 2 that you can hit if you're not on the proper line that can upset your bike though. It's a very fast track and is what I would consider a liter bike track though I had plenty of fun on my 675. I just spent half of the back straight with the bike topped out so I would recommend re-gearing to get more top end. The facilities are showing their age but everything works. There's showers and bathrooms on the second tier paddock terrace and this year the second tier was blocked off to vehicles I'm guessing because it had just been repaved? The lower/main paddock has electric drops and even some water hookups. Some of the electrical hookups look like an electrical fire waiting to happen while others look good. There's full fluid recycling on site which is really nice. Spectating is really good as there are perimeter roads that allow for access to most of the track. Location is good overall. Grocery stores, super Walmart, etc within 10-15 minutes drive.
  • This place is amazing! Such an iconic race track that will be in our history of racing forever! The improvements are nice. Parking is good. The Georgia clay around the track is awesome! I've had the pleasure of visiting the track occasionally over the year and every visit is wonderful!

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