Atlanta Motor Speedway will host an American Street Car Series autocross event during the Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama on April 26-27.
Drivers continued to jockey for points and position in week six of the 2014 Winter Flurry series on the 1/4-mile "Thunder Ring" at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Atlanta Motor Speedway is reminding fans that Friday, Feb. 28 is the deadline to renew their tickets for the 2014 Labor Day Weekend of NASCAR night racing at AMS. Fans who purchased tickets or camping spaces for last year's race have until Friday to not only lock in their seats for 2014, but also become members of the Atlanta Motor Speedway Insiders Club
Atlanta Motor Speedway is selling 1,000 tickets to the Aug. 31 Labor Day Weekend NASCAR Sprint Cup Series night race for the price of $59. The tickets, located near the start/finish line in the lower Champions grandstands are being sold through the Speedway's popular Racing Roulette ticket promotion.
Atlanta Motor Speedway is serving as one of the largest staging points for more than 200 Georgia Power service vehicles in advance of a forecasted winter storm system expected to have a very significant impact on the Atlanta area and the surrounding region.
Racing returned with the second consecutive double feature races on the 1/4-mile "Thunder Ring" at Atlanta Motor Speedway for the fifth and sixth feature races of 2014 Winter Flurry series.
The top Bandolero racers from across the country will descend upon Atlanta Motor Speedway June 28, when AMS plays host to the Bandolero Nationals. The one-day event will take place on the 1/4-mile 'Thunder Ring," a flat racing surface located on the AMS frontstretch.
NASCAR's overhaul to its championship format in the Sprint Cup Series will increase the importance of the annual weekend of NASCAR night racing at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Labor Day Weekend. The new Chase for the Sprint Cup format is designed to place a greater emphasis on winning throughout the season, and Labor Day Weekend at Atlanta will become a must-win race.
NASCAR has overhauled its qualifying format to determine starting positions for events held in its three national divisions, a change which will directly impact the Labor Day Weekend of NASCAR night racing at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Racing returned to the quarter mile Thunder Ring for the second and third feature races of the 2013-2014 Winter Flurry season at Atlanta Motor Speedway. With double features, competitors had an opportunity to make adjustments and improve from their first feature finish in the second race of the afternoon.
A full schedule of racing action showcasing numerous types of motorsports is planned at Atlanta Motor Speedway throughout 2014, with the events culminating during the Labor Day Weekend of NASCAR night racing on Aug. 29-31. Over the course of 2014, Atlanta Motor Speedway will offer a vast array of exciting and thrilling racing action
Drivers such as Jimmie Johnson, Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman and Kevin Harvick, some of the top drivers in NASCAR, entered the sport's top division from 2001 to 2002, a time that some have described as the "golden age" of rising stars in NASCAR. With a new season approaching, history may be repeating itself.
The second and third rounds of Atlanta Motor Speedway's winter Legends and Bandolero racing series, Winter Flurry, have been postponed due to expected weather on Saturday, Jan. 11. The races will be made up as part of the next Winter Flurry races on Jan. 25 and Feb. 8 as part of double feature races in all Legends and Bandolero races on the ¼-mile "Thunder Ring."
It's official, the No. 3 car is returning! Richard Childress Racing announced last week that Austin Dillon will be driving the car as a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie in 2014. What had been suspected for months is now a reality. For the first time since Dale Earnhardt Sr.'s death in 2001, the No. 3 car will race in NASCAR's top division.