ROUND   SIX:   HARTWELL, GA   |   AUGUST 12-13

2016 PENSACOLA BEACH, FL TV SHOW

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HOST HOTEL:

Best Western Inn & Suites

706-376-4700

1357 E. Franklin St.

Hartwell, GA 30643


Quality Inn

706-376-7298

941 Anderson Hwy

Hartwell, GA 30643


Day Nite Inn

706-376-4707

1679 Anderson Hwy

Hartwell, GA 30643


Holiday Inn Express - Lavonia

706-356-2100

110 Owens Drive

Lavonia, GA 30553

You must book by August 1st to receive the discounted room rate. There is a limited number of rooms - book early!

RACE SITE LOCATION:

Long Point Recreational Area

3986 Old 29 Highway

Hartwell, GA 30643

QUICK LOOK AT WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND

EVENT SCHEDULE

​​​​​​​FRIDAY

Registration / Check-In: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm | on site

Friday Night Pre Pit Party: 8:00 pm | TBA


SATURDAY

Late Registration/Check-in: 6:45 - 8:00 am | on site

Pre-tech inspection: 7:00 - 8:30 am | entrance to the beach

Rider's Meeting Role Call: 8:15 -8:30 am | at the announcing tower

Rider's Meeting: 8:30 am

Practice: 9:15 am

Racing: Following practice

Pro Show: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm (moto 1)

Post Pro Show: Amateur racing continues (motos 1&2)


Saturday Night Pit Party: 8:00 pm  | TBA

Make sure you have your wristband on for entry into the "Saturday Night Pit Party"


SUNDAY

Rider's Meeting Role Call: 8:15 -8:30 am | at the announcing tower

Rider's Meeting: 8:30 am

Amateur Racing: 9:15 am (moto 3)

Pro Show: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm (motos 1&2)

Post Racing: Awards


NOTE: Pole positions is determined by randomly by the computer program.

HARTWELL, GEORGIA  EVENT SPONSORS

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INTERESTING TO KNOW 

  • Closest airport to Hartwell is Greenville Spartanburg - airport code GSP
  • It takes about 50 minutes to get to the race site from the airport.
  • Airfare is slightly higher, but car rental is much cheaper vs. flying into Atlanta...
  • Hart County was named after Nancy Hart, a local Revolutionary War heroine. It is the only county in Georgia named for a woman. She was born around 1747 Nancy Ann Morgan and later married Benjamin Hart. They obtained a 400-acre grant 25 miles southeast of Hartwell in 1771 and built a log cabin home.