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Cartersville Turtle Trax RC Raceway
Turtle Trax RC Raceway is an RC race track located in Cartersville, Georgia.

Address: 1271 Joe Frank Harris Parkway Cartersville, Georgia 30120
Phone: (770) 334-8846

Dalton Dalton RC Raceway
Dalton RC Raceway is a RC car and RC Trcuk race track located in Dalton, Georgia.

Address:3403 Old Chatsworth Highway Dalton, Georgia 30721
Phone: (706) 278-9184

Loganville Loganville R/C Speedway
Loganville R/C Speedway is an outdoor dirt offroad RC race track located in Loganville, Georgia.

Address: 1441 Highway 81 Loganville, Georgia 30052

Midville Pineland R/C Raceway
Pineland R/C Raceway Track Features:
40' Tall Stadium Lights
Electric & Nitro Off Road Racing
Over 100 receptacles for power
40' Long Pit Road
16' Wide Lanes
Covered Driver Stand
32’ x 6’ Elevated Drivers Stand
Landscape style sprinkler system
Fantastic Concession Food
AMB Lap counting system

Address: 229 Robert Johnson Road Midville, Georgia 30441
Phone: (229) 425-7152

Pooler Anthony's RC Victory Lane
Anthony's RC Victory Lane is an indoor carpet oval RC race track located in Pooler, Georgia.

Address: 129 East Highway 80 Pooler, Georgia 31322
Phone: (912) 748-0847

Savannah Phil Hurd RC Raceway
Phil Hurd Raceway, located in Savannah’s Lake Mayer Community Park was created by U.S. Army Colonel Phillip S. Hurd. His love for Remote Controlled Cars inspired him to build a race track in 1985 and became the founding member and first President of our R/C Club Savannah Chatham Off-Road Racing Enthusiasts (SCORE). Today, Phil Hurd Raceway is the second oldest R/C racing facility in the United States (the oldest being located in New Jersey) and has been host to multiple ROAR National Races in 1991, 1992, and 1995. R.O.A.R. (Remotely Operated Auto Racers) is the National non-profit corporation organized to promote the sport of radio controlled model car racing. ROAR was originally organized in 1967, and has steadily grown and evolved as the sport has grown. The facility itself has been through many different layouts. One of the earliest layouts was formed using nothing more than old automobile tires that were either donated by auto garages and dealerships or just simply found on the side of the road. The layouts over the years have been as simple as a dirt oval, but sometimes as technical as a roller-coaster ride. But no matter the layout, the facility has always provided a good show for spectators and racers alike. Lake Mayer Raceway was re-named Phil Hurd Raceway, in honor of the Colonel after he lost his life from lung cancer in 1999. SCORE over the years has continued to provide a family-oriented environment for racers and spectators alike for almost 25 years. Although the some of the faces have changed, the love for the sport is still as strong as ever.

Address: 1818 East Montgomery Cross Roads Savannah, Georgia 31406
Phone: (912) 220-2625

Warner Robins Warner Robins R/C Raceway
Warner Robins R/C Raceway is an outdoor dirt off road track and R/C Club located in Warner Robins, Georgia.

Address: 87 Gawin St. Warner Robins, Georgia 31093
Phone: (478)-273-7399

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