Atlanta Motordrome 50

Atlanta Motordrome

This two-mile 40,000-capacity oval opened on 9 November 1909 with a "clay, sand and gravel with asphault binder" track surface.

Country
United States
Location
Hapeville, Georgia
Latest Race
First Race

This two-mile 40,000-capacity oval opened on 9 November 1909 with a “clay, sand and gravel with asphault binder” track surface. The AAA organised a series of races in May 1910 and the Atlanta Motordrome was intended to be an early rival for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. However, it closed after just one poorly supported season. The land was eventually sold in 1925 to build the town’s municipal airport.

Circuit

1909 - 1910

Type

Dirt oval

Length

2 (Miles)

Latest Races

3,171

Championships

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15,668

Results

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16,116

Drivers

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9,358

Teams

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865

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