Known around the world as one of the greatest racing facilities, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is run by SCRAMP (Sports Car Racing Association of the Monterey Peninsula) a 501(c)4 non-profit organization. Comprised of a group of dedicated and passionate volunteers, SCRAMP takes pride in providing a wonderful guest experience while simultaneously giving back to the local community.
SCRAMP volunteers work hard and long hours to support an event. Since 1957 SCRAMP has been supporting world class motorsport events on the Monterey Peninsula and we couldn’t do it without the efforts of thousands of individual and group volunteers from all over the world.
Whether you are looking for a team building event, want to network, learn soft skills such as working with the public, or you just want a way to give back to your community, we welcome you to volunteer your time and services.
For a printer-friendly version of the overall Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca circuit, please click on the PDF links. Also, to learn a few inside secrets of how to drive the fastest line through the technical 11-turns, click on the Racing Lines for a turn-by-turn description.
We want to ensure every guest enjoys their experience at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and does so in a safe and fun environment. Please do your part in extending the same courtesies to others attending.
Glass bottles or containers are not allowed at Mazda Raceway
Coolers and non-glass beverage containers are allowed
Bring and use sunscreen regularly
Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water.
Riders of motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles must wear an approved helmet
Bicycles, including mountain bikes, may only be ridden on paved roads and are not allowed in the paddock
Motorized vehicles, bicycles, roller blades or skateboards are not allowed in the Marketplace
Pets are allowed, but with significant restrictions. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds and parking areas, but not in heavy traffic areas. Pets are not allowed in spectator areas, paddock, grandstands, hillsides or Marketplace
Fireworks are illegal at Mazda Raceway. Anyone caught with fireworks will be cited and expelled
All California Vehicle Code rules and regulations apply while at Mazda Raceway
The RV dump station will open approximately one hour after the last race on Sunday. Dumping of “gray water” on the ground is prohibited
Only licensed vehicles may be operated on perimeter roads
Quiet hours in the campgrounds are observed between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.
No freestanding scaffolding or structures are permitted in the camping areas
Thank you for participating as an exhibitor at the 2013 American Le Mans Monterey, May 11th & 12th at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca featuring the American Le Mans Series, IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge by Yokohama, Cooper Tire Prototype Lites Championship and Mazda MX-5 Cup.
Areas of most importance as an exhibitor: PARKING, RESTOCKING HOURS, EXHIBITOR DOCUMENT FULFILLMENTS AND EXHIBITOR CHECK-IN HOURS.
Whether you have a day – or two or three – Carmel-by-the-Sea will reward you with some of the world’s finest scenery, historic sites, art galleries, restaurants, and boutique shops. On foot, by car, or both, there’s no lack of things to do. The following suggested itineraries can help you make the most of your stay.
Ferrari Racing Days return to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca with three full days of racing with the Ferrari 458 Challenge along with historic Formula 1 cars and Corse Clienti programs. The Ferrari Challenge series allows Ferrari owners the opportunity to compete wheel-to-wheel while providing Ferrari enthusiasts the chance to watch the Prancing Horse run in their natural environment – the race track.
May 18-20, 2012
Advance purchase general admission is $25 or a three day pass is available for $50. General admission and paddock is free for Children 12 and under with a paying adult. Hospitality starts at $300.
Corse Clienti – including F1 Clienti, 599XX, FXX races, F458 Challenge & F430 Challenge race
Parking and Gates:
Free parking available. VIP parking: $25.
Gates open at 7 a.m.
Los Angeles: Take I-5 North to Hwy 46 West to Paso Robles. Take Hwy 101 North to Salinas (Monterey Peninsula exit). Follow signs to Hwy 68 West. Proceed approximately four miles past the main track entrance to Hwy 218. Turn right on Hwy 218 for approximately three miles to the Embassy Suites Hotel.
Santa Barbara: Take Hwy 101 North to Salinas (Monterey Peninsula exit). Follow signs to Hwy 68 West. Proceed approximately four miles past the main track entrance to Hwy 218. Turn right on Hwy 218 for approximately three miles to the Embassy Suites Hotel.