With Chevrolet’s Corvette as its honored marque this year, the Rolex Monterey Motorsport Reunion is celebrating an American sports car legacy over three action-packed days that cap off the Monterey Peninsula’s annual Classic Car Week. A total of 45 Corvettes are racing among the Reunion’s 550 historic automobile entries, which are racing in 16 groups and representing nearly every era of sports car racing.In addition, the Corvette Heritage Display features a collection of the most important cars in Corvette’s evolution, starting with a 1954 car from the earliest “generation 1” and endi
This season truly emphasizes the essence of motorsports. “From the inaugural TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, with state of the art endurance sports cars, to Ferrari Racing Days, a welcome return of World Superbike and the prestigious Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, it will be a dream season for everyone,” says Gill Campbell, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca CEO/general manager. “With the SCCA Runoffs closing out the season in October; fans will have the opportunity to see the very best in sports car racing.”
Bicyclists of all ages and skills are invited to experience the excitement of pedaling the challenging 11-turn, 2.238-mile race track at the popular monthly Twilight Cycling ride.
This month’s Twilight Cycling is being hosted by Gears 4 Good (G4G), a Monterey based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. G4G’s goal is to supply bicycles to people who cannot otherwise afford them, which provides essential transportation to work or school. The organization also offers bicycle maintenance training for its recipients.