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1/4 mile drag strip located in Central Australia run by volunteers from the Central Australian Drag Racing Association (CADRA). Aim is to promote and conduct the sport of drag racing in a safe and controlled enviroment. ANDRA sanctioned track.
AMS is located on approximately 820 acres in Hampton, Georgia, approximately 30 miles south of downtown Atlanta. AMS is located in a top-ten media market, and has the long-standing reputation of offering fans some of the best on-track competition in NASCAR. AMS has a modern 1.54-mile, lighted, asphalt, 24-degree banked, quad-oval superspeedway, an on-site 2.5-mile road course and 46 condominiums overlooking the speedway. AMS has permanent seating capacity of approximately 71,000, including 93 luxury suites.
The Famoso Raceway dragstrip is located north of Bakersfield, California, and is known historically as the home to the annual March Meet, also known as the U.S. Fuel and Gas Championships. The strip, located on Famoso Road between Highway 99 and Highway 65 east of the Highway 99 and Highway 46 interchange, was originally built in World War II as an auxiliary training base for the nearby Army Air Corps training base at Shafter's Minter Field. After World War II, the Army abandoned the field. It was in the 1950's that an aspiring group of drag racing pioneers from the Bakersfield area, the Bakersfield Smokers, purchased the strip and made the necessary adjustments to allow for drag racing. The Famoso Raceway hosted the first ever March Meet in 1959 and it helped establish the fledgling National Hot Rod Association's (NHRA) legitimacy.