Atlanta Motorsports Park (AMP) is a road circuit designed by famed Formula One architects, Hermann Tilke. AMP is a 2-mile road circuit with agressive elevation changes, technical circuit layout, high speed straights and two ‘signature’ corners designed to pay homage to famed European race circuits; Belgium’s Spa-Francochamps and the iconic ‘Carousel’ from Germany’s Nurburgring. Incorporating these most famous and exciting of all of motorsports only hints at the lengths the Team at AMP has gone to provide an amazing club.
- Designed by the Famed F1 track Designer, Hermann Tilke designer of every modern day F1 track in the world. AMP is the only country club designed by Tilke in the world
- 20,000 Square foot business and conference center
- 6 unique and challenging circuit configurations ~ 2 miles in distance
- Circuit layout includes aggressive elevation changes ~ 100 vertical feet
- FIA Formula One style curbing / rumble-strips
- Extensive runoff areas, mitigating impact zones and safety barriers
- Precision timing system, driving control tower, F1 caution lighting system to warn drivers of possible danger
- Luxury garages for lease (Hyper link garages to this :http://www.atlantamotorsportspark.com/our-services/car-kart-storage/)
- Hot pit has 110 volt 20 amp power
- Ability to run three simultaneous events on the circuit
- Ability to see all parts of the circuit from the pits, observation deck or clubhouse – a spectator’s circuit
- Driving school programs ~ Available in levels from beginner to professional
- Outstanding supporting attractions, hotels and restaurants. Auto parts stores, Home Depot, Lowe's, Premium Outlet Mall, and national mid to high end restaurants
- Located 8 minutes from downtown Dawsonville.
We understand that motor sports do have an environmental impact and we want to help neutralize
this impact as much as possible by being good stewards of the resources we can control. We have built the complex with that in mind using Solar, renewable resources, well water, spetic, and many other methods to reduce our carbon footprint.