Welcome to the Peachtree Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America. We think you'll like it here.

The Peachtree Chapter is the official Georgia chapter for the BMW Car Club of America. We aim to be the hub of the BMW Community in Georgia. We host regular social meetings, Autocross, HPDE and Tire Rack Street Survival programs.

Please feel free to reach out to any of us with questions about the club.

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Petit LeMans Chapter Car Corral. Let's get together.

Who: You!
What: The BMW Peachtree Chapter Corral at the 2016 Petit LeMans
Where: Road Atlanta
When: 9/28/2016 - 10/01/2016
Price: $115 for Corral Parking; $85.00 for the Event Passes

Our car corral is centrally located across from the entrance to Vendor Village and includes the following:

  • Exclusive parking with the BMW CCA Club Members
  • A large tent with tables and chairs
  • A large flat screen TV with a live feed of the race
  • Drawings for prizes

Parking passes for the corral and event passes for Petit Le Mans are sold individually. This gives you flexibility to select the number of parking passes and event passes you need.

Event Pass - $85.00 — SOLD OUT!!
4-Day Hospitality/Event Ticket
Corral Access Pass
Paddock access

Corral Parking Pass - $115.00
Road Atlanta Infield Parking Pass
Corral Parking Pass

We would like to thank our Sponsors for making the Peachtree Chapter Petit LeMans Corral possible.

Harrison Motorsports
German Car Repair
Global Imports BMW
United BMW


Click HERE for additional details and Registration!

The Petit Le Mans (French for little Le Mans) is a sports car endurance race held annually at Road Atlanta in Braselton, Georgia, USA. It uses the rules established for the 24 hours of Le Mans by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO), which are slightly modified if necessary, mainly to allow additional cars to compete.

The race was founded by Road Atlanta owner Don Panoz and first run on October 10, 1998 as part of the IMSA season. The 1999 edition was one of the original events of the American Le Mans Series.

The Petit Le Mans covers a maximum of 1,000 miles (1,600 km — which is approximately 394 laps) or a maximum of 10 hours, whichever comes first; only once, in the rain-stopped 2009 race, has the leading team failed to complete 1,000 miles (1,600 km). In addition to the overall race, teams of two or three drivers per car compete for class victories in four different classes of cars, two for Le Mans prototypes and two for grand tourer cars. Class winners of this event receive an automatic invitation to the following year's 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Stay tuned to our chapter website and Facebook page for updates as we get closer to the event.


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