Historic Moto Gran Prix (HMGP) is collector organization led by former AMA Pro racer Bill
Brown. It is designed as an alternate venue for acknowledged classics like
Manx Nortons and air-cooled TD Yamahas, and is also looking to draw more recent "classic"
racers including the likes of the legendary two-strokes of the 1970s and the AMA four-stroke superbikes of the 1980s and 1990s. Privateer and replica racer models are highly encouraged to attend.
HMGP is the perfect place to share motorsports history with other enthusiasts and display the bikes in the proper setting; at speed on the race track. This is world-class gentleman's racing.
Many of the events are run in conjunction with Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR). They have a long tradition of presenting the finest vintage sportscar racing. They have a variety of classes including formula cars and stock cars. Their premier event is the "Mitty" at Road Atlanta. It has been going for over 30 years and draws over 400 entries and 20,000 spectators. HMGP has been participating with HSR at the Mitty since 2008 and at a select few other events each year. This is the only place in North America you can see vintage cars and bikes take to the track during the same weekend.
HMGP typically runs one event each year in conjunction with AMA Pro Racing. At these events past champions are encouraged to take out some of the bikes from their careers and put them through their paces again for the fans. If you have such a bike and would like to see it run again in its environment contact Bill Brown at 404-379-6091.