1/8 and 1/4 Mile Racing
Track Elevation- 242 Feet Above Sea Level
Total Track Length - 4500 Feet
Track Width - 60 Feet
31" High Concrete Safety Wall entire track
Sand Pit - 60' X 100'
Shutdown Area - 1/2 Mile
Compulink with LED bulbs on tree
Lighting - Musco
Scoreboards - Daktronics LED 36"
Racing fuel available
Paved pit parking for racers
Paved return road
Concrete Launch Pad - 1325 Feet
Track Membership - NHRA
Spectator Concession Building - 50' X 120'
Concession Building 15' X 30'
Indoor and Pavillion Seating
Seating Capacity - 3000
Seating Capacity - 3000
VIP Suites - 600 Square Feet
2521 Hwy 41 North Adel, GA 31620
1/8 mile dragstrip located in Albany, Georgia. U.S. 19 Dragway provides multiple drag race classes and track is available for test and tune. See dragstrip website for race schedule.
1304 Williamsburg Rd. Albany, GA 31705
Atlanta Dragway is a 1/4 mile NHRA Sanctioned Dragstrip located outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta Dragway was built in 1975 by Gene Bennett and originally had been graded out for an airport. The original airport tower served as the original timing tower, and the track direction was the same as the airport without asphalt, just Georgia red clay. In 1980, the track was sold to Norman Pearah and became an NHRA-sanctioned track. Back then, the track was only opened twice a year for major events.
The track was purchased in 1987 by Pro Stock driver Gary Brown and partners J.D. Stevens and Rudy Bowen. The track underwent major reconstruction to put in new aluminum grandstand seating, permanent restrooms and rebuilt concession buildings. In 1989, the thirteen year-old track was resurfaced with a concrete launching pad and a new timing system. In addition to the track modification, a reconditioned VIP tower complete with a timing deck, press center and corporate suites was built in 1990.
NHRA purchased the track in 1993 and in 1999, it resurfaced the track and added an updated timing system. The tower restrooms were remodeled and all concession, tower and ticket buildings were rewired. In 2003, the track’s FM radio and public address system were both upgraded.
500 E. Ridgeway Road Commerce, GA 30529
Friday Night Drags Series is a heads up, street-style drag racing series on Atlanta Motor Speedway’s eighth-mile pit road. Averaging 225 drag racers and 90 show cars in front of nearly 5,000 fans nightly, Friday Night Drags has become one of the Speedway’s most-popular events with local racing enthusiasts. Atlanta Motor Speedway is located approximately 30 miles south of Atlanta on U.S. Highway 19 & 41 in Hampton in Henry County.
1500 Tara Place Hampton, GA 30228
123 Heard Road Lagrange, GA 30240
Douglas Motorsports Park is a 1/8 mile IHRA Sanctioned Dragstrip. Water is available on site. Concessions open during all events serving hot food and cold drinks. Clean Restrooms are located on site. Track PA is broadcast on site over FM 90.3. Overnight parking available for most Events. (no hookups available). Douglas Motorsports Park is located four miles outside the city limits of Douglas, Hwy 158 East.
1560 Ronnie Walker Rd. Nichols, GA 31554
Silver Dollar Raceway is a regional-quality NHRA quarter-mile drag strip located in Reynolds, Georgia, about twenty-five miles west of Warner Robins, Georgia, and ninety miles south of Atlanta. The track is located on one hundred sixty-eight acres of land and is built to the latest standards of construction for professional quality drag racing. The racing surface is a full sixty-foot width, bounded by a concrete barrier wall to insure spectator and participant safety. The shutdown area is three thousand feet to insure adequate stopping room for the fastest quarter-mile passes. Times are measured by a Compulink StarTrak, the same system used by the National Hot Rod Association at all NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series events.
42 Raceway Drive Reynolds, GA 31076
1/8 mile IHRA Sanctioned dragstrip.
745 Scruggs Road Ringgold, GA 30736