Laid out over 150 acres, Historic Dixie Speedway is a 3/8 mile Clay Oval dirt track, conveniently located 25 miles North of Atlanta, between I-575 and I-75 in Woodstock. More than 1,000,000 square feet of event space and a permanent seating capacity of over 5,000 makes Dixie Speedway one of the most flexible event venues in the state of Georgia. It is home to many film projects and host to more than 30 events every year such as Weekly and National Touring Stock Car Races, Outlaw Sprint Cars, AMA Motorcycles, Monster Truck Nationals, Concerts and more. Dixie Speedway has something happening all season long for everyone.


May 20~A letter to our fans, drivers and staff

May 20, 2020 To our racing family,  We want to start by saying how much we miss you. Our fans are the lifeline of Dixie & Rome Speedway. We remain committed to doing our part to help keep our fans, staff and drivers safe. We are in the process of working with government officials on future plans and are hoping to make a big announcement in the coming weeks. Please know that our decisions are guided with health and wellness in mind.  We will [...]

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Dixie & Rome Speedway are considered a live performance venues and will remain closed until we are given authorization by the proper authorities.

For Immediate Release Per the Executive Order issued by Governor Brian Kemp, the state of Georgia has extended the orders for bars, nightclubs, and live performance venues to remain closed until May 31, 2020. Dixie & Rome Speedway are considered a live performance venues and will remain closed until we are given authorization by the proper authorities. We will continue to communicate with our representatives and officials at both the local and state level for the correct course of action regarding [...]

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Postponed

For Immediate Release Per the information posted by Governor Brian Kemp, the state of Georgia is under Phase One of the federal “Opening Up American Again” guidelines. Dixie Speedway is unable to host events until the state of Georgia enters Phase Two. After consulting with numerous officials, it is uncertain if Georgia will enter Phase Two before Dixie Speedway’s planned event for May 2, 2020.. Therefore, we will be postponing this event. Currently, the state of Georgia is expected to enter Phase Two [...]

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