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Earlier this year, the staff at Atlanta Motor Speedway decided to pick my brain and see how much about the upcoming NASCAR season I could accurately predict. The best part about making these predictions? You are right 100 percent of the time when you make them.


In most sports, the future is just that, the future. Whether it’s young football prospects tabbed as the ‘next big star’ by recruiting analysts or a can’t miss baseball prospect having to work their way through the minor leagues, time usually gets in the way of future stars making a big impact right away.


Great Partners Like AdvoCare Make It Happen!

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

In racing, it's hard to accomplish much of anything, big or small, without outstanding partners. Here at Atlanta Motor Speedway, we're fortunate to have had AdvoCare, the Official Performance Elite Product of Atlanta Motor Speedway, with us for another NASCAR Labor Day Weekend of night racing! 


Is This Heaven? No, It's Atlanta

Thursday, September 6, 2012

During race weekend, Nate Ryan of USA Today wrote a story about why drivers love racing at Atlanta. So in case you missed reading it for yourself, here it is! If you love racing at Atlanta, you can certainly relate to it! 


Winning 50/50 Raffle Number

Monday, September 3, 2012

A big thank you to everyone to participated to all Speedway Children's Charities events this weekend! Below, please find the winning number is the 50/50 raffle:


Another Incredible Night Race Show Awaits!

Sunday, September 2, 2012

If you've been with us at the track so far this weekend, you have probably witnessed one heck of a show! We've seen exciting racing under the lights with two dramatic finishes! It's a definite reminder that in racing, it's not over until the checkered flag falls!


After Ricky Stenhouse Jr. got by Kevin Harvick on a late restart to win the NRA American Warrior 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, there was, without question, plenty on the mind of drivers. Here's what the top finishers said after the race. 


After Mark Martin’s scary crash into an opening on pit road two weeks ago at Michigan, Atlanta Motor Speedway has beefed up its safety barriers in similar pit road openings for this weekend’s races.AMS President and General Manager Ed Clark said the track had added concrete barriers and barrels filled with river sand in X pit-road openings.


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