Atlanta Motor Speedway is located approximately 30 miles south of Atlanta on U.S. Highway 19 & 41 in Hampton in Henry County. Traffic for all NON-NACAR events is encouraged to utilize exit 218 off of I-75 for GA 20. Take GA 20 west for 10 miles and follow signs to Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Atlanta Motor Speedway
1500 Tara Place
Hampton, Ga 30228.
Entering: NASCAR Weekend
Atlanta Motor Speedway has implemented an extensive parking plan to expedite entering and exiting the facility for the NASCAR race weekend. Fans will be parked based on the way they approach and enter the Speedway which expedites exiting time by limiting cross traffic.
Entering the Speedway:
TRAVELING NORTHBOUND ON US 19/41 race traffic may enter through Lower Woolsey Rd. or the main entrance. Lower Woolsey Rd. traffic will be directed to park in the WEAVER, ORANGE or PURPLE parking lots. Main entrance traffic will be directed into the BLUE parking lot. Credentialed traffic enter at Entrance E off of 19/41 before the main entrance.
TRAVELING WESTBOUND ON GA HIGHWAY 20 race traffic will be directed to park in the WEAVER, ORANGE or PURPLE parking lots on the South/ West side of the Atlanta Motor Speedway property. Credentialed traffic stay in right hand lane and enter off of Lower Woolsey at Entrance H.
TRAVELING SOUTHBOUND ON US 19/41 race traffic must turn on to Speedway Blvd. and will be directed to park in the Yellow, Red or Green parking lots on the north side of the Atlanta Motor Speedway property. Credentialed vehicles stay in left hand lane of 19/41, pass the main entrance and enter at Entrance E.
TRAVELING EASTBOUND ON LOWER WOOLSEY RD race traffic will be directed to park in the orange or purple parking lots on the South/West side of the Atlanta Motor Speedway Property. Credentialed traffic may stay in the right hand lane and enter off of Lower Woolsey Road at Entrance H.
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Exiting: NASCAR Weekend
Exiting the Speedway:
Vehicles will exit and follow the reverse path that they entered on. If you traveled northbound on 19/41 to enter, you will be exited to travel southbound on 19/41. If you entered traveling westbound on GA Highway 20, you will be exited to travel eastbound on GA Highway 20. If you traveled southbound on 19/41 to enter, you will be exited to travel northbound on 19/41. If you traveled eastbound on Lower Woolsey Rd, you will be exited to travel westbound on Lower Woolsey Rd. Details on the exit pattern of each parking lot are listed below.
All vehicles parked in the BLUE parking lot by the main entrance will exit out the main entrance onto 19/41 southbound. Vehicles will not be able to exit any other direction from this lot.
All vehicles parked in the PURPLE lot will exit left on to Speedway Blvd. towards GA Hwy 20 and 19/41.
All vehicles parked in the ORANGE lot will exit right on to Speedway Blvd. towards GA Hwy 20 and 19/41.
WEAVER parking lot will exit left towards GA Hwy 20 and 19/41. Continue East on Lower Woolsey Road and turn left on to GA Hwy 20. Northbound I-75 traffic follows GA Hwy 20 to I-75. Southbound I-75 traffic stays in right lane once on GA Hwy 20 and turn right on to Hampton/Locust Grove Road or continue straight on Lower Woolsey Road and south on to 19/41. From the ORANGE LOT ONLY, all westbound traffic should be in the right-hand lane of Speedway Blvd. and turn right at the intersection with Lower Woolsey Rd.
All vehicles parked in the YELLOW, RED and GREEN parking lots on the north side of AMS property will exit out Speedway Blvd. 19/41 northbound exiting traffic needs to be in the three left lanes while 19/41 southbound exiting traffic needs to be in the right lane.
See the Entering and Exiting Maps for more details on routes into and out of the Speedway.
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