At age 8, Luke Giglio isn’t old enough to stay at home by himself, but he is old enough to drive. A competitive karter with multiple trophies under his belt, you might even say he’s better at driving than most people multiple times his age.
Imagine you’re living in a luxurious condo. It’s the weekend. You finally have a well-earned day off, but in the morning, there’s absolutely no temptation to hit the snooze button. In fact, you may even be up before your alarm goes off. That’s because getting up bright and early means getting in some exhilarating laps around a world-class racetrack
Finding success, whether it’s in life or on the track, takes focus and determination above all else, according to recent Rolex 24 winner Ryan Hardwick. He and the entire team for Wright Motorsports’ 1st Phorm #16 Porsche 911 GT3 R car sped into first place during the grueling race not by chance, but after many days’ (and really months’)
The long arm of the law finally caught up with landspeed enthusiast, Ed Bolian, at Atlanta Motorsports Park when Dawson County’s youngest law enforcement officer chased down the VINwiki CEO and founder on the race track’s home straight.
In the second episode of Under The Helmet, we follow Olivier Piatek as he fights for the championship in the LO206 Cadet Class of the AMP Karting Series. Olivier shares his passion for racing with his father who is always supporting him on and off-track as he tries to come from behind and take home the championship in his
The first episode of our new series Beyond The Track is here as we delve into one of AMP’s only Legends racers, Keegan Hall. Watch to see how Keegan’s love for motorsport started from a young age and evolved into something that consumes his life. Keegan works at Goldcrest Motorsports in Kennesaw, Georgia and is a regular contestant in
Faces & Fenders of AMP: Sean Groer and His 2014 Porsche GT3 AMP Member Spotlight We had the pleasure of sitting down with member Sean Groer and getting the nitty gritty details on his experience first moving from road to track, his relationship with his GT3 and what he enjoys most about AMP. Sean is lucky enough to be
“I’m not real fond of Florida.” With many of our staff being University of Georgia alumni, those first words spoken during our conversation with Greg Guerrettaz were music to our ears. This guy knows how to make new friends. In reality, Greg’s preference has little to do with collegiate rivalries and a lot more to do with climate. As
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Taking your Porsche to the track is about the closest thing a human can feel to the exhilaration a dog must experience when they get to go for walkies. After being cooped up and playing by so many rules — don’t go too fast! don’t get in anyone’s personal space! stop chewing up that asphalt! — we get to
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]We feel your pain. You got the V8 model, the sport suspension and Brembo brakes. You may have even got the race-ready spoiler, although it’s not doing you much good going 80 mph down I-285. You got all these toys that make your car hungry to tear up the road and bury your speedometer, but you have nowhere to
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]2.6 million dollars could buy you a lot of things. It’s enough money to send 13 kids to Harvard, or buy 61,000 car moustaches (arguably the more sensible choice). Now, thanks to the fine French folks at Bugatti, $2.6 million can buy you undisputed bragging rights. After providing a high benchmark with the release of their 1,000 hp, $1.7
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As much as our 12-year-old selves wanted to believe it was true, sticking flame decals on the side of your vehicle will not provide a noticeable performance boost. However, you can get more oomph out of your car for around the same amount of effort using these seven vehicle performance upgrades that won’t break the bank: Aftermarket Short-Throw
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Atlanta offers many ideas for hosting an exciting corporate event, but only one venue can provide several of the best ideas under one roof: Atlanta Motorsports Park. Our state-of-the-art, 20,000 sq ft, three-story conference center goes through great lengths to impress through its design and amenities. Our track is the real star of the show, though, offering karting, stunt