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About Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta

Michelin Raceway 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. Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta is located 35 miles north of Atlanta and just minutes away from Chateau Elan, a 4-Star resort offering guests comfort and amenities such as three championship golf courses and a European-style Spa.

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.

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

Michelin Raceway Road AtlantaFast Facts:
  • 2.54-mile, 12-turn world class road course
  • 320,000 annual visitors from 33 states and 18 countries
  • Family friendly atmosphere: Kids 12 & Under Are Always Free!

Pharmaceutical entrepreneur Don Panoz purchased Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta in 2006 and embarked on a major improvement program, drastically updating the circuit. Panoz also established the Petit Le Mans race in 1998 and the American Le Mans Series the following year. In 2012, Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta was purchased by NASCAR Holdings.

As one of the top entertainment centers in Georgia, Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta offers individuals, families and large corporate groups a fun and family-friendly environment. Our Kids 12 & Under Are Always Free policy gives families an affordable family outing.

Please read our policies regarding non-licensed vehicles.

Read About Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta's Rich History

 

Voted One of America’s Best Road Courses

best-graphicCar and Driver picked 6 road racing courses around the US that they say, “generally date back to a time when racetracks were supposed to have elevation changes, blind corners, and distinct personalities.” And, “In the good old days, danger was an accepted part of the deal, and we think a scintilla of fear makes for a more challenging competition venue.” That’s right, Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta was one of them!

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