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50th Anniversary Decade Spotlight – 1970’s

Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta opened its gates to droves of fans on September 13th, 1970 for the Road Atlanta Can-Am race, which saw Tony Dean claim victory after 75 laps of thrilling action. In celebration of 50 years of racing at Michelin Raceway, we will be spotlighting some of the most significant cars, series, drivers, finishes and more from each decade on our social channels as we lead into the 23rd Annual Motul Petit Le Mans, October 14th through 17th. The 70’s saw the heyday of Can-Am racing and began a 23-year span where the SCCA Runoffs called Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta home, so the month of May will be a celebration of all things Can-Am and the Runoffs. Be sure to check our social channels for photos and fun facts, and if you have a favorite memory from these decades, please share with us!

Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta Welcomes New Track President Rick Humphrey

Well established motorsports leader Rick Humphrey has been named president and general manager of Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta effective immediately. 

Since 2014, Humphrey has served as vice president of IMSA Properties, and Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta has served as his base of operation. In that role, he oversaw management of Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Sebring International Raceway and Seven Sebring Hotel. In his new position, Humphrey will concentrate his efforts on the day-to-day operation and promotion of Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta and will report to David Pettit, IMSA senior vice president of marketing and business operations.

Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2020 and is recognized as one the world’s best motorsports road courses. The property resides on 750 acres northeast of Atlanta and is home to the Motul Petit Le Mans, the typical finale event for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship each year, as well as many other professional and amateur events.

Formula Drift Announces Revised 2020 Schedule

Formula DRIFT is very pleased to announce its revised 2020 competition schedule, which kicks off with a bang at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta on July 3-4. Not only is it Independence Day weekend but the very first official FD event was held at the same track in 2004, making it an appropriate starting point under these extraordinary circumstances.

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