Roebling Road Raceway, formerly Savannah International Raceway, is a 2.02-mile (3.25 km) road racing course located just outside Bloomingdale, Georgia. Opened in 1959, There are nine corners for the main course and 12 corners when running the alternate-layout chicane. The track was designed by John Rueter and held its first Sports Car Club of America event June 11–12, 1960. The track was financed by and named after SCCA supporter Robert Roebling, great-grandson of John A. Roebling.
Geoff May holds the lap record of 1:10.288 set on March 20, 2016 riding a 2016 Kawasaki ZX-10r.
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Camping Allowed: Yes
Electricity Fees: Yes
- Motorhome/Trailer with 30/50-amp power: $25/night
- 110v: $10 per day, per cord and MUST HAVE STICKER
- Tent Camping: $10 per day
- Tirewarmers (motorcycles) $10 per day, per cord
When you sign in at the gate, let them know you will need electric. When you pay, you will be given a sticker to be placed on your power cord indicating that you have paid for power. Roebling Road Raceway staff will check for these stickers and will collect fees from anyone without the sticker.
Sunday Quiet Time: 11:00am – Noon
Pets Allowed: Yes, Must be leashed at all times.
Fuel: Sunoco fuel 93 and 98 octane unleaded, and 110 leaded. Credit card payments only
Water hook ups (Limited)
Sound limit of 103dB, with the allowance for vintage cars at 104dB is strictly enforced.
Roebling Road Raceway
1135 Roebling Road
Bloomingdale, Georgia 31302
Toll Free: 888-398-7223