Atlanta Motor Speedway
In the era of restrictor-plate racing, the 1.54-mile Atlanta Motor Speedway vies with fellow Speedway Motorsports facility Texas Motor Speedway for the title of "fastest track in NASCAR." Qualifying lap averages generally are in the range of 193 mph (and an all-time lap record of 197+ mph), so the 24-degree banked quad-oval has earned its nickname, "Real Racing, Real Fast."
- Source: iRacing.com
Facts for the Nerds:
- First mention of the track in the Release Notes is from May 2009 where the Impala Class B car received new advanced setups for Lowes and Atlanta.
- Atlanta Motor Speedway - Oval received a rescan in 2022. The other configs are still on the old scan data from 2008
- In 2018 iRacing added two Rallycross configurations to the infield (Long & Short), further adding to the utility of the track.