Augusta International Raceway was a motorsports complex which included a 3.0-mile banked road course, quarter-mile drag strip, half-mile paved oval, 1/8 mile micro track, motocross track and kart track. It was located in Hephzibah, GA, about 15 miles southwest of Augusta and used from 1963 to 1969. A planned 2-mile tri-oval and conversion of the infield lakes for hydroplane racing were never completed. The land is now part of Diamond Lakes Regional Park and and the track, which is still largely intact, is to be turned into a walking and bicycling trail. There is a large granite monument to the Raceway on the site.
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