Please do not use general GPS coordinates for Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca during the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion weekend. For entry, please use the following directions unless otherwise instructed by event signage:
From Highway 1: Exit on Hwy 218 (Exit 403) Seaside/Del Rey Oaks exit, travel East and continue for approximately 4 miles. Turn left on Gen. Jim Moore Blvd. Turn right on South Boundary Rd. and follow the signs to the Raceway.
From Highway 101: Take the MontereyPeninsula/Sanborn Rd exit. Travel West on Sanborn Rd to South Main St/Hwy 68. Make left turn onto Hwy 68. Take the Reservation Rd. exit; turn left on Del Monte Blvd. which turns into Hwy 1. Take Hwy 218 (Exit 403) Seaside/Del Rey Oaks exit, travel East and continue for approximately 4 miles. Turn left on General Jim Moore Blvd. Turn right on South Boundary Road and follow the signs to the Raceway.
SOUTH BOUNDARY ROAD
Latitude = 36 35′36.38″N
Longitude = 121 49′52.10″W
Latitude = 36 38′55.73″N
Longitude = 121 43′35.66″W
Our Governing Committee has narrowed down the entry requests for the 15 race groups. Here is the latest list for your reference by race group. “A” groups race on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. “B” groups race on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
The sounds of motorcycles will again roar through the central California hillsides as the eni FIM Superbike World Championship returns to Monterey July 11-13, 2014 for its only U.S. appearance.
“When World Superbike returned to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca this season we agreed to a three year contract,” says Gill Campbell, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca CEO/general manager. “We were very pleased with the first year and look forward to building upon its success.”
Hooked On Driving is a leading provider of performance driving programs, commonly known as an high performance driving experience (HPDE), or high performance driving school (HPDS). They give drivers of high performance cars and sports cars the opportunity to drive their cars on a race track.
To register with Hooked on Driving please visit their website.
Northern California Racing Club (NCRC) and American Racing Club (ARC) are providers of California’s most affordable quality track events. NCRC is one of the top driver education and open tracking organizations in the state, and ARC is our racing organization, providing a friendly no-contact-allowed racing environment.
Monthly twilight rides allow cyclists to experience the excitement of pedaling Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, an 11-turn, 2.238-mile course. The ride is highlighted by the legendary Corkscrew turn that drops an equivalent of 5 1/2 stories. Rides generally run from 5:30–7:30 p.m. (5-7 p.m. in the winter months), and are open to all levels of cyclists. Helmets are required and the cost is $10 per rider.
We are delighted to announce that the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion has been shortlisted (named a finalist) in the “Motorsport Event of the Year” category by the International Historic Motoring Awards.