Drift Atlanta is Cancelled for 2020. GTA is no longer open to spectators for 2020. Drifting is a high-skill, high-powered motor sport that calls for drivers to control a car while it slides sideways at high speed through a marked course. It is similar to rally racing, but is done on a closed, paved course. It is judged on execution and style rather than just time.
Due to Covid-19 protocols in SCCA, the event will not be open to spectators. The Sports Car Club of America is the backbone of American road racing, and the Atlanta Region is extremely active. Besides providing corner workers and other volunteers for events at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta and across North America, the Atlanta Region also will host multiple events at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta in 2020.
This famous track has always delivered some of the best motorcycle racing of the season. Immerse yourself with Friday qualifying and two full weekend days of racing in close proximity to the motorcycles and racers themselves with our open race paddock.
WERA Motorcycle Roadracing was founded in 1973 and remains the foremost place to develop talent in the sport of motorcycle Roadracing. The legacy of Pro riders on a National and World level is legendary. There are over 3,000 motorcycle roadracers holding a competition license, with over 135 Lifetime Members (held a Competition License for ten consecutive years).
The 23rd Annual Motul Petit Le Mans is going to be an event to remember and is THE fall sporting event in the southeast. This 10-hour sportscar enduro finishes under the stars and serves as the season finale for both the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the Michelin Endurance Cup. Factory and privateer teams alike from all three classes of competition will battle into the night for the championship, as it all comes down to this race. Fans can see the likes of Corvette, Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes, Lexus, Acura, BMW, Ford and more lay it all on the line and push man and machine to the limit.
The Sports Car Club of America is the backbone of American road racing, and the Atlanta Region is extremely active. Besides providing corner workers and other volunteers for events at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta and across North America, the Atlanta Region also will host multiple events at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta in 2020.
The Atlanta Speed Tour featuring the Trans Am Series returns to Michelin Raceway November 20-22 for a weekend of pure Americana with a touch of nostalgia! American muscle cars in all four classes of competition will roar around the 2.54-mile course as they contest Round Two of the 2020 Trans Am schedule.