The name is a bit different and the track is better than ever as racing begins at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta in Northeast Georgia.
The 2018 Motul Petit Le Mans Races at Road Atlanta will draw crowds from around the world, but few from our own neighborhood. That’s like living in San Francisco and never riding a cable car.
Gridlife at Road Atlanta is easy to explain. Just imagine a fleet of swoopy cars drifting through the curves on one of the galaxy’s best road courses during the day. When the sun sets, EDM rules the night.
Do you get a thrill when someone in a zippy car peels out? You might know it as “laying drags.” That’s kid stuff compared to what you’ll see when Drift Atlanta returns to Road Atlanta on May 11-12, 2018.
Race fans are looking forward to the 20th Anniversary Motul Petit Le Mans that kicks off on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 for four days of non-stop action at Road Atlanta.
Watching yoots insanely setting fire to their money … burning their tires into clouds of smoke at Drift Atlanta … is an insane waste of their resources. And insanely fun to watch at Road Atlanta.
Come to the 2017 Mitty and witness a most beautiful 1956 Porsche 356A Outlaw, driven by an even more beautiful 60-year-old woman, Renée Brinkerhoff.
Witness the world’s most sophisticated racing machines at the track’s 2.54 mile race course, from just a few feet away, at the 2016 Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta, September 28th — October 1st.
Drift Atlanta is all about swooping and swerving and burning tires until they shred in smoky blazes of glory … with style.
Most of us will never buy a new Ferrari. For that matter, most of us are still saving our money to install cassette-decks in our used Yugos. But that doesn’t mean we can’t go and watch really cool cars — that also lack tape decks …