The Driving Club At Road Atlanta Takes Up Residence At Northeast Georgia Circuit - Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta
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The Driving Club At Road Atlanta Takes Up Residence At Northeast Georgia Circuit

Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta

BRASELTON, Ga. (March 16, 2018) – A new owner’s and driver’s organization, The Driving Club at Road Atlanta, has moved on to the premises at the legendary Braselton race track to host a number of annual track days and other events for their exclusive membership.

The Driving Club at Road Atlanta will take over the former driving school building, which is approximately 20,000+ square feet and will now house the entire club operation. Limited memberships to the club are currently available, providing access to all the club amenities. In addition to offering member-exclusive track days, the driving club will feature luxury vehicle storage for a select numbers of owners, exotic driving programs, corporate events and more. Members can also utilize a private entrance to the track, resident professional coaching, catered meals, trackside refreshments and end-of-day receptions.

“We are beyond excited to partner with Road Atlanta to bring a long-awaited drivers club to this outstanding track facility,” said Trip Campbell, principal of The Driving Club at Road Atlanta. “Beyond our private drive days, our clubhouse will be open to our members for many of the Road Atlanta events such as Motul Petit Le Mans. The club’s signature driving event will take place annually following the Motul Petit Le Mans endurance race when our members will “drive under the lights” at Road Atlanta. Word has spread rapidly as our early charter members continue to join and refer friends, and our initial discounted membership opportunities are filling up fast.”

The Driving Club at Road Atlanta will also provide members access to the private clubhouse, which is currently undergoing renovations. The clubhouse will include member event and lounge areas, showers and locker rooms in a motorsports country club setting overlooking Road Atlanta’s revered Turn 12. The interior design will pay homage to the rich racing heritage of Road Atlanta, featuring displays honoring historic drivers, racecars and famous achievements since 1970.

“The Driving Club at Road Atlanta will bring something to the race track that has never before been offered,” said Geoff Lee, president and general manager at Road Atlanta. “We are thrilled to welcome this high-end new club to our circuit, as it will fill a void that many fans have expressed interest in over the years. The Driving Club has already proven to be a top-notch organization and is going to offer an exclusivity to owners and participants that can’t be matched.”

Interested parties can visit www.drivingclubra.com to browse membership options, pricing and inquire about track days and more.

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