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The Monterey Peninsula's love affair with world-class racing traces its beginnings to the inaugural running of the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1950. Those sports car events quickly outgrew the public roads of the Del Monte Forest and a beautiful new...more
Went to the Golden Gate Lotus Club racing event. FANTASTIC! Great fun and friendly environment. Superb organization and attention to detail .
Highly recommended , the track is is excellent condition, and a must have experience!
This amazing track bring so many memories from cars to motorcycle racing history ! now called WeatherTech reaceway.
I never missed a WSBK or MotoGP weekend since 2007 !
the camping environment is above awesome !
We built the Laguna Seca WSB round into our road trip June 2018.
Expecting the traffic and queues to be like they are at the UK, we were pleasantly surprised no queues driving in or out.
Laguna Secs whilst a relatively short race track covers...More
I visited Laguna Seca for the 2018 Spring Classic. Standard parking was close to the track. There are walking tracks around most of the circuit allowing you to take in each corner. The grand stands are opposite the pit building and at turn 4 with...More
Came upon this place by chance when heading to Carmel-by-the-sea, and as fans of motor sport had to have a bit of a sticky beak.
It was a non-competition day so admission was very reasonable at 5 or 10 bucks for the car, which gave...More
My husband loves his motor sport & as we were in the vicinity whilst a race was on I arranged for us to go & I also had a great time, we managed to get seats under a tree in the shade for the penultimate...More
Response from sharkyboy111 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I do not know the reason why there 2 prices quoted for pit lane seats as I am fortunate to have a very close relationship with Wayne Taylor Racing which allows me to have access to all locations!!
this answer only applies to the Rolex Motorsport Reunion Race. The admission price allows you inside where you can walk through the pits, around the track and sit where ever you want. I usually do not sit in the grandstands... More
this answer only applies to the Rolex Motorsport Reunion Race. The admission price allows you inside where you can walk through the pits, around the track and sit where ever you want. I usually do not sit in the grandstands but I did for half a day at turn 5. The answer is free. My favorite spot to watch the race is turn 8- the corkscrew.
Response from RichinMonterey | Reviewed this property |
It depends on what you want to do. Getting the 3 day pass gives you the option to see a bit each day, if you like; it can get fairly sunny & warm at the track and there isn't much shade. The main races are on Sunday; other... More
It depends on what you want to do. Getting the 3 day pass gives you the option to see a bit each day, if you like; it can get fairly sunny & warm at the track and there isn't much shade. The main races are on Sunday; other races and practice sessions are Friday and Saturday. There is generally food available at the track but no real restaurants, just more or less "temporary" food stands at trackside prices, some with seating, some not. There are many restaurants ion the Peninsula, some are even fairly good, about 10 minutes away, traffic depending. You also might want to bring ear protectors, as some sessions can be pretty loud! As for other goings-on in May you might want to check the calendar of events for Monterey County or the Chamber of Commerce. There's always something going on but much depends on your interests- music, food/wine, special events, and of course the Monterey Museum of Art, the Pacific Grove Natural History Museum, the Monterey Aquarium (always interesting exhibits, which change from time to time) and local scenery like 17 mile drive, Carmel (shopping!), the seashore at Asilomar/PG.Monterey. and Point Lobos State Park; be sure to visit Pt. Lobos, just south of Carmel if you haven't been there before. and some 35 miles south on Highway 1, Big Sure state Park, with the River Inn that serves reasonably good food. As for motels you'll have to figure that one out on your own; too many to list- but reserve in advance if you don't want to wind up in some fleabag motel or at the Royal Big Spender Suite somewhere. If you can't find something fun to do on the Monterey Peninsula, you're very hard to please (sorry!).
Best of luck & enjoy your stay!