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The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Atlanta Motorsports Park page on 24 May 2016, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Atlanta Motorsports Park (AMP), is a Motorsports park that consists of a two mile long road circuit with 16 turns and a vast range of elevation changes throughout the track. Located roughly 60 miles north of Atlanta in Dawsonville, Georgia, AMP sits in the foothills of the Georgia Mountains. On site there is also a .85 mile kart circuit.


Jeremy W. Porter is the creator and CEO of Atlanta Motorsports Park. Porter began as a driver in Formula ICC kart racing and went on to win two consecutive Southeastern Points Championships. Jeremy Porter saw the business potential in creating his own track; consequently, AMP was created.

The first official race at AMP was the Inaugural ChumpCar World Series Race in November 2013

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