Directions & Parking Information

No matter where you are coming from, Atlanta Motor Speedway is easy to get to! Click below for directions and parking information. 

Getting to Atlanta Motor Speedway is a breeze. Each year, AMS evaluates traffic and parking patterns in an effort to improve the race weekend experience for all patrons. With the completion of the GA Highway 20 expansion project in 2005 along with collaboration with GDOT and local law enforcement, getting to the track couldn't be any easier.

What you need to know:

All parking on the property of Atlanta Motor Speedway is free. AMS uses a forced parking plan to efficiently park the more than 880 acre property which includes numerous tent campers and RVs on site race weekend. Traffic from the north on US Highways 19/41 will turned onto Speedway Boulevard and parked in the Yellow, Red Green and Purple lots. Traffic from the south on US Highways 19/41 will be turned into the AMS Main Entrance and parked in the Blue lot. Traffic from GA Highway 20 will be parked in the Weaver and Orange lots. Traffic will exit in the opposite direction on the same road as they entered Speedway property.


At more than one and a quarter square miles, don't get discouraged by what may appear to be a long walk. The FREE AMS tram and bus services begins operation at 9 a.m. on Friday and at 7 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The service will run until two hour after the conclusion of each day’s events to move patrons around property. Twelve stops are located around property for your convenience.

Accessible Parking:

Patrons in need of accessible parking should contact their AMS ticket representative or call the AMS Ticket office at 770-946-4211 to arrange for a credential. Accessible parking is located behind the Winner’s Grandstand and Club One near Stair Tower 7. Display your state issued placard or credential and you will be directed to the accessible parking lot upon entrance to the facility grounds.

VIP Reserved Parking:

Atlanta Motor Speedway offers VIP Reserved parking in an asphalt lot just feet from the entrance to the grandstand and adjacent to the Fan Zone in the middle of all the action for just $75 for the whole weekend. Contact your AMS ticket representative to purchase reserved parking adjacent to the Earnhardt Grandstand or the Champions Grandstands or the AMS Ticket office at 770-946-4211.

Traffic Information:

While traveling to Atlanta Motor Speedway for the race, get live and updated traffic information from WSB Radio (95.5 FM/750 AM). Fans can also get the traffic information from the Georgia Department of Transportation via

Bus Parking:

Parking is available on property for buses of all sizes! Bus parking can be found across from Turn 4, off of the Legends Campground. 

Atlanta Motor Speedway is located approximately 30 miles south of Atlanta on U.S. Highway 19 & 41 in Hampton in Henry County.

The track's physical address is 1500 Tara Place, Hampton, Ga 30228. 

Don't Feel Like Driving? 

Take the Rally Bus instead! Ride with other NASCAR fans on Rally, the official rideshare of Atlanta Motor Speedway. You're welcome to bring food and beverages on-board (just no glass). Best of all, there’s a bathroom on the bus, and you can keep your things locked on the bus while you’re at the race!

Traveling South

If you are driving south towards Atlanta Motor Speedway, there are two exits off I-75 for reaching the track and both are comparable distances.

Traveling south on I-75, fans can take Exit #235 (11.1 miles south of downtown Atlanta) and continue south on Highway 19 & 41 for 15 miles.

Fans can also take Exit #218 while traveling south on I-75 (27.7 miles south of downtown Atlanta). Once on Highway 20, head west for 10 miles and follow signs to the track.

Alternate routes to the track are available, but are not as direct.

Traveling North

Fans can exit at three locations off I-75 when driving north towards Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Traveling north on 1-75, fans can first take Exit #205 and head west on GA 16 West into Griffin. Then take U.S. Highway 19 & 41 north towards Atlanta Motor Speedway (approximately 10 miles).

Fans can also take Exit #212 off I-75 and head west on Hampton-Locust Grove Road to GA 20. Take GA 20 west for approximately two miles to Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Traveling from the south, fans also have the opportunity to take Exit #218. Take GA 20 west to the Speedway (10 miles).

Entering Speedway Grounds

When approaching the Speedway from the south on US Highways 19 & 41, take Speedway Blvd. into the track. Stay in the right lane of US Highways 19 & 41 for Entrance A.

If heading north on Highways 19 & 41, use the Main Entrance of Richard Petty Blvd. Stay in the far left counterflow lane of US Highways 19 & 41.


Exiting Routes (to I-75)

Take Speedway Blvd. to U.S. Highway 19 & 41 and head north. Continue north through Jonesboro to I-75 or head east on McDonough Road to I-75.

Fans can also take the Main exit of the Speedway and bear north or south on Highway 19 & 41. For those who head north on US Highway 19 & 41, pass through Jonesboro to I-75 or head east on McDonough Road to I-75. For those going south (right lane only) on US Highway 19 & 41, follow signs to Griffin and follow GA 16 to I-75.

For those exiting via Richard Petty Blvd., take US Highway 19 & 41 north or south. If heading north on US Highway 19 & 41, continue through Jonesboro to I-75 or head east at McDonough Road to I-75. Bearing south, take US Highway 19 & 41 and follow the signs to Griffin, then take GA 16 to I-75.

If exiting west on Richard Petty Blvd, take Woolsey Road and head West to GA 92 and bear north or south. Heading south, take GA 92 to US Highway 19 & 41 and follow the signs to Griffin, then take GA 16 to I-75. Heading north on GA 92, follow 92 to GA 85.

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