You'll find the Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, just 30 miles south fo Atlanta on US 19 and 41.
From south on I-75:
Take Exit 235 (11.1 miles south of Atlanta) and drive south on Hwy. 19 and 41 for 15 miles.
- or -
Take exit 218 (27.7 miles south of Atlanta), drive west on Hwy. 20 for 10 miles and follow the signs for the track
From the North on I-75:
Take Exit 205, drive west on GA-16 into Griffin, GA. Then turn north onto Hwy. 19 and 41 towards the Atlanta Motor Speedway (approximately 10 miles).
Take Exit 212, drive west on Hampton-Locust Grove Rd. to GA-20 west. Drive west approximately 2 miles to the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Take Exit 218, drive west on GA-20 for approximately 10 miles into the Speedway
To enter the Atlanta Motor Speedway:
If getting to the Speedway from the south on Hwys 19 and 41, take Speedway Blvd. into the track. Stay in the right lane for entrance A.
If getting to the Speedway from the north on Hwys 19 and 41, take the main entrance of Richard Petty Blvd. Stay in the far left counterflow lane of Hwys 19 and 41.
To exit the Atlanta Motor Speedway toward I-75:
Take Hwy. 19 and 41 north, and this will lead you to I-75, or go east on McDonough Rd. from Hwy. 19 and 41 and go to I-75.
Take Hwy. 19 and 41 south, follow signs to Griffin, then follow GA-16 to I-75
To exit via Richard Petty Blvd., there are several options:
Take Hwy. 19 and 41 north or south, then follow directions above.
If exiting west on Richard Petty Blvd., take Woosley Rd. and go west to GA-92 (north or south). If driving south, take GA-92 to Hwy. 19 and 41, following signs to Griffin, then follow GA-16 to I-75. If driving north, take GA-92 to GA-85.
You'll find more than 870 acres of free parking at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. In addition, you can reserve parking in specific areas for $75.00 USD, or camp at the infield for $50.00 USD. Call 770.946.4211 for information, or to reserve your spot. Handicapped parking is also available for persons with disabilities as well as transportation to all entrance gates. Please contact the Atlanta Motor Speedway prior to your arrival to make arrangements if you have any special needs or just for information about where to go.
The Fan Assistance Patrol is there for golf cart transportation and general assistance throughout all of the Atlanta Motor Speedway's parking areas. You'll be able to move around almost any part of the property using this service, so please ask for more information at any information booth that you see around the Speedway.
Also, if you're staying at an area hotel, you'll be able to find a shuttle service from the hotel to the Speedway on race weekends.
You'll also find a tram service between the campgrounds and the entrance gates, in which the trams depart regularly from the designated tram stops before and after events. Please keep in mind that passengers 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Joyriding isn't allowed, due to the high demand of this service.
Campground Tram Route:
Along the inner perimeter, north of Gates 11 and 12, and near turn 4, just east of Gate 15.
Infield Tram Route:
From the main entrance straight to the new tunnel that runs along the road course.
You'll be able to find several ATMs beneath the grandstand seating area.
Alcohol is allowed into the Atlanta Motor Speedway, unless you're sitting in a grandstand section that's a designated no-alcohol family section. Please no glass containers.
Coolers are allowed in the grandstands as long as they're smaller than 14"x14"x14". All coolers and bags will be subject to search.
Cell phones are allowed at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Please do keep in mind, though, that the signal will weaken if there are a lot of people attending and using phones. Don't rely on just your cell phone if you want to get or give important information!
Families are welcome. Please keep in mind that children in reserved seats must have a ticket for that seat, or they will have to sit on an accompanying adult's lap.
There are handicapped parking spaces available, but they are limited. Please arrive early to secure a space and just show your state-issued handicapped parking tag or license plate to park in these areas.
Handicapped parking is available in the following 3 areas:
Shuttle service is also available for those with special needs. Golf carts will be driving through the parking lots with blue awnings, marked "Fan Assistance." From Perimeter Rd., you'll also be able to find information booths at the entrance to each parking area.
You'll conveniently find the gift shop in the same building as the ticket office, adjacent to Tara Place.
In the event that you need first aid, you'll be able to find it in the concourse area of each grandstand.
If you have any problems or have a question that requires assistance, you'll be able to find grandstand captains in each grandstand. They're the ones wearing blue vests and white hats.
If you lose anything while at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, call 770.707.7904.
Please keep in mind that the following items aren't allowed at Atlanta Motor Speedway:
You may re-enter only if you have your ticket scanned before you exit.
The Atlanta Motor Speedway can seat 125,000 people.
In the event that you need first aid or security, you'll be able to find first aid/security tents near the main tunnel entrance and the service tunnel entrance.
Please keep in mind that you must lower any flags that are taller than 10 feet during all racing events.
Please check the smoking policy for specific races. Some races block off both upper and lower sections of the Winners Grandstand as non-smoking areas. This grandstand is located between the exit of Pit Road and the entrance of turn 1.
Except during specific very large races, the track is open to the public for speedway and behind-the-scenes tours. Official track tours will give you a brief track history, a visit to Petty Garden, a sneak peek at the garages and Victory Lane, and two laps in the Speedway van around the 1.54 mile track. Tours cost $5.00 USD per adult and $2.00 USD per child that is over the age of 6. Children 6 and under can tour for free. If you're in a group of 10 or more, special rates will apply and you must have a reservation. Please call 770.707.7970 for availability, reservations, and information.
You can pick up tickets at the ticket office up until the Thursday or race weekend. On Friday and Saturday of race weekend, you'll find your tickets at will call, which is located at gate 15. On Sunday of race weekend, everyone but those picking up Elliott tickets can pick up tickets at Gate 15. If you're picking up Elliott tickets, you'll find them at Gate 2. To get to will call using the shuttle service, please exit at stop 2 on the shuttle route. For more information, please call the ticket office at 1.877.9.AMS.TIX or locally at 770.946.4211.