Atlanta Motorsports Park
Dawsonville, GA 30534
Atlanta Motorsports Park (AMP), is a private Motorsports country club that consists of a 2 mile long road circuit with 16 turns and a vast range of elevation changes throughout the track. Located roughly 60 miles north of Atlanta in Dawsonville, Georgia, AMP sits in the foothills of the Georgia Mountains. On site there is also a .85 mile kart circuit.
AMP's road circuit consists of a 2 mile long track that was designed by Formula One track architect Hermann Tilke. The track consists of 16 turns and 141 feet of elevation changes throughout the course. To accommodate all driver skill levels, the circuit can be configured in several different ways and can host up to three simultaneous events. Two famous corners have also been incorporated into the track: Spa-Francorchamp's corner of Eau Rouge and the famous Carousel corner from Germany’s Nürburgring track.
Track Specific Rules
- No one under the age of 16 will be permitted on the track at any time, including pace laps.
- Sound limit of 98 decibels 50 feet from the track edge will be in force at all times.
- Atlanta Motorsports Park now requires 2010 or newer: Snell SA, SFI or FIA approved helmets. Other ratings - including but not limited to Snell "M," "K" or only DOT are not permitted.