Wilmette, IL (December 20, 2023)

The Race Track Business Conference has awarded the Atlanta Motorsports Park the “SPEED SPORT Outstanding Facility of the Year” award.  The plaque was presented at the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show.

Jeremy Porter, CEO of Atlanta Motorsports Park, expressed his excitement and gratitude: “This award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team. We’re honored to be recognized and excited for the future as we continue to innovate and provide unparalleled experiences for our members and guests.”

“For 90 years, SPEED SPORT has been chronicling the greatest stories in motorsports — from the world’s greatest tracks. Atlanta Motorsports Park certainly deserves a place amongst the best. The “Outstanding Facility of the Year” award is our way of celebrating these amazing venues and the outstanding contribution they make to our sport”, said Joe Tripp, CEO SPEED SPORT.

“We are pleased to honor Atlanta Motorsports Park for being the premier motorsports lifestyle venue in the country – said Tim Frost – Publisher – National Speedway Director. The development and evolution thru the years exceeds the expectations of racers and automotive enthusiasts.”

The previous award winners were the Indianapolis Motor Speedway – 2013, NCM Motorsports Park – 2014, Daytona International Speedway – 2015, Charlotte Motor Speedway – 2016, Gateway Motorsports Park – 2017, Knoxville Raceway – 2018, M1 Concourse – 2019, Autobahn Country Club – 2021, and Crandon International Raceway – 2022.

About Atlanta Motorsports Park

Atlanta Motorsports Park (www.atlantamotorsportspark.com) is a private motorsports country club that consists of a 2.0 mile long road course with 16 turns with a vast range of elevation changes throughout the track. There also is a 0.85 mile CIK karting track with multiple configurations. The circuits were designed by the renowned architect by Hermann Tilke. The venue has a clubhouse for members along with trackside condos and car garages. AMP is located in Dawsonville, Georgia, 60 miles north of Atlanta, in the foothills of the Georgia Mountains.


Tracing its roots to 1934, SPEED SPORT (www.speedsport.com) has become a leading full-service motorsports media company. Its award-winning editorial, digital media and television productions continue to set the standard for accurate, informative news and entertainment. Its 24/7 free live television channel “SPEED SPORT 1”, and its subscription streaming service SPEED SPORT 2, lead the industry in delivering the widest variety of domestic and global motorsports content on most major platforms and devices.

About Race Track Business Conference

The annual Race Track Business Conference (www.racetrackbusinessconference.com) hosted by the National Speedway Directory provides a platform for industry leaders to collaborate, analyze, and conceptualize around the business of motorsports. Shared insights from all forms of racing create dialogue and interaction in a unique intellectual environment.

About Performance Racing Industry

Performance Racing Industry, (www.performanceracing.com) monthly business magazine, is recognized as ”The Voice of Racing Marketplace.” Targeted at the racing trade, PRI connects manufacturers of racing products and technology with the distribution channels of retailers, builders, distributers, and teams. The PRI Show is the world’s largest auto racing trade show.

For additional information, contact:

Jeremy Porter – (404) 933-3436 – jeremy@atlantamotorsportspark.com

Joe Tripp – (406) 564-6190 –  jtripp@nationalspeedsportnews.com

Timothy Frost – (847) 778-9475 – twfrost@speedwaysonline.com