BRASELTON, GA (March 30, 2015) - VP Racing Fuels, Inc. and Road Atlanta have announced a multi-year partnership that will see a strong VP presence as the new Official Fuel of the historic road racing circuit in Braselton, Georgia.
Vintage racing. Drifting. Sportscar racing. And now, after a short hiatus, Road Atlanta would like to welcome top-tier two-wheeled racing back to our 2015 schedule! MotoAmerica, the new premiere North American motorcycle championship, joins the lineup of spectator events at Road Atlanta this season and begins a new chapter in our rich motorcycle racing history. MotoAmerica is seeking to reinvigorate professional motorcycle racing in North America by assembling a season-long roster of the best competitors in the world at some of the most challenging and scenic race tracks across the country.
Looking for the perfect holiday gift for your loved ones? Now through the end of the year, we're offering tickets to the 18th Annual Petit Le Mans powered by Mazda at the 2014 ticket price. This is a $5 savings from the 2015 price that takes effect on January 1st, and with an extra five bucks in your pocket, our discounted Petit Le Mans merchandise is looking even better as a stocking stuffer to go along with your tickets. Purchase now and save!
Road Atlanta and Leon Farmer & Company, an exclusive Anheuser-Busch distributor in northeast Georgia, have announced a multi-year corporate partnership. As an official partner of Road Atlanta, Anheuser-Busch will have a strong presence at all major Road Atlanta events and their products will be featured at the track.
Skylar Robinson looks to continue father’s legacy at Road Atlanta.
Augusta, Georgia, (March 28) While his classmates are at the beach or camping in the mountains during Spring break, recently turned 18 year-old Skylar Robinson will be making his “slicks and wings” debut in an F2000 car at Road Atlanta (April 11-13).
Veteran race official Charles (Charlie) Earwood passed away recently at his home in Punta Gorda, Florida. Road Atlanta fans and competitors will certainly remember Earwood, who spent a great deal of time here and officiated at literally hundreds of SCCA and IMSA events over the years. From 1987-89 he served as General Manager at Sebring Raceway, assisted by his longtime friend John Burns. His calm demeanor made him a perfect race steward, even under the most difficult circumstances. A true southern gentleman, Charlie was respected by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. Our sympathies to his wife Ann and sons Terry and Steve.