As the winter months come to an end and the spring season begins, the weather starts to warm up, and it’s time for racetrack season! We’ve got an incredible roster of fun events lined up for our members in April of 2023. So, gather your friends and family, pack your sunscreen and your favorite snacks, and head AMP for
In Georgia, there are many ways that parents and guardians can encourage safe driving amongthe youth. One of the most important things to remember is that it is never too early to teach yourchildren about safe driving practices. Here are some tips for keeping your kids safe on the road. Instill Safe Driving Habits While it’s important to instill
By: Tim Setterfield Royalty-free Image: Everyone wants to shrink their carbon footprint. As people across the globe become more aware of the problems created by climate change, more individuals and organizations are making choices that help reduce their environmental impact. One eco-friendly invention that has exploded in popularity over the last decade is the electric vehicle. Electric Vehicles:
F1 Racing Surges Ahead in Popularity in the States Formula 1 racing currently rides at an all-time high of popularity in the United States, the likes of which may not have been seen since the days of Mario Andretti. The growth of spectator interest in the sport has already led to renewed investment in F1’s presence in the US,
Atlanta Motorsports Park will serve as the venue for the 3rd Annual James’s Cruise in for a Cure on Saturday, September 23 at noon. The car show will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night Campaign in honor of James Caporal, a local cancer survivor. In 2013,  James was diagnosed with a high risk form of Leukemia called T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic
Atlanta Motorsports Park and Dawsonville’s Downtown Development Authority hosted the 4th annual Sparks in the Motorsports Park on July 4. This free community event featured a fireworks show, an FMX demonstration, helicopter rides, karting, food and craft vendors, live music and more.
The last thing you want to do when tracking your car is risk the investment you put into it. Unfortunately, many people are put in this precarious position because their insurer refuses to cover track-day activities. No matter whether you’re racing, doing hot laps or have someone accidentally smash your taillight back up the trailer, if it happens inside
  Atlanta Motorsports Park is pleased to announce two upcoming events featuring high profile speakers from both the motorsports and business worlds. First, AMP will host a Tech Talk by Honda R&D Chief Engineer and Acura NSX Performance Development leader Jason Widmer hosted in conjunction with Acura on Thursday, Aug. 10. Widmer will discuss his efforts to reinvent this iconic
Self-driving cars make a reality out of futuristic dreams that have been brewing since the turn of the last century. The Futurama exhibit at the 1939 New York World’s Fair, for instance, envisioned radio-controlled autos scuttling to-and-fro across roadways, making transportation effortless and efficient. Scenes of gleaming cities and robotic cars offer promise, hope and excitement on the surface,
Atlanta Motorsports Park had the privilege of hosting Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, State Senator Steve Gooch, State Representative Kevin Tanner and NASCAR Hall of Fame Member Bill Elliott along with their guests for a Racing Experience in support of Senator Gooch and Rep. Tanner on June 1, 2017. Guests were able to test their driving skills on AMP’s Formula
Nate Kern, an official BMW S1000RR Ambassador and factory test driver, brought a group of riders to Atlanta Motorsports Park for a private track day on AMP’s two-mile road course this May. Kern, an ASRA National Champion, runs Kern Private Track days where he shares his ideas and philosophy on riding, debriefs riders on their technique and will offer


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