Boasting the largest spectator attendance of any race held at Mazda Raceway, the Red Bull United States Grand Prix, featuring the MotoGP World Championship, returns to Monterey for its ninth consecutive year.
The Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix is three-days of adrenalin rushes and heart-pounding racing as the world’s best motorcycle riders challenge one of the most technically-demanding race tracks on the international 18-race MotoGP schedule. MotoGP features multinational riders onboard complex prototype machines.
Three Americans, Colin Edwards, Ben Spies and former World Champion Nicky Hayden will wave the stars and stripes while going against popular international riders like nine-time World Champion Valentino Rossi and reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo.
July 19-21, 2013
Advance purchase general admission starts at $40 or a three day pass for $90. General admission is free for Children 12 and under with a paying adult. Paddock Pass (limited availability) $50. Hospitality package range from $365-$775.
Please note that all tickets will be scanned at each entry point.
MotoGP – Sunday, July 21
AMA SuperSport – Saturday, July 20
Daytona SportBike and National Guard Superbike – Sunday, July 21
There is free motorcycle parking in the Purple 11 lot all weekend. Premium paid parking in the GEICO Motorcycle Red 9 is $50 for a weekend pass or $25 on Sunday only.
Car Parking and Gates:
An auto parking pass is required to bring your vehicle in the facility on all three event days. The prices are as follows for Purple 10 general auto parking:
Friday – $10
Saturday – $10
Sunday – $20
3-Day – $30
There is a FREE shuttle from CSUMB available on Sunday only. Reserved parking: $20-$50. Gates open at 7 a.m.
SPEED will broadcast both the MotoGP Saturday qualifying and Sunday’s MotoGP race live.
GRAND-AM’s top-tier Rolex Sports Car Series has established itself as one of the most competitive professional road racing championship in North America. For 2013, the Rolex Series expands to a three-class format, allowing the entrance of new cars and technologies in the newly formed “GX” class.
The Daytona Prototype category that was launched as the series’ flagship class in 2003 has attracted the attention of superstar drivers and universally recognized teams through its extremely raceable and relatively affordable format. The DP class moved into a new phase in 2012 with the introduction of the third generation prototype.
Like the DP class that has redefined prototype sports car racing, the GT class has done the same for high-performance, production-based sports car racing. With an eye toward the cost-containment and close competition, the GT category provides a stable battleground for the world’s top automobile manufacturers. Famed European automobile builders Ferrari and Audi entered the division in 2012 with new cars built specifically for the Rolex Series. The production-based GX class was added to feature cars and technologies not currently involved in the Rolex Series.
Rules are being developed to allow for the exploration of a wide variety of alternative technologies and alternative fuels. This could include turbocharged engines; fuels other than gasoline, such as clean diesels; and hybrid powertrains.
The GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, featuring straight-from-the-showroom American muscle cars and the hottest imports, is also back in 2013 for its 13th season of competition under the GRAND-AM umbrella. The Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge routinely features some of the largest fields anywhere in the world.
September 7-8, 2013
Advance purchase general admission starting at $20 or a three day pass for $60. General admission and paddock is free for Children 12 and under with a paying adult. Hospitality packages starting at $300.
Rolex Sports Car Series – Sunday, September 8
Star Mazda and USF 2000
Parking and Gates:
Free parking available. VIP Parking: $25. Gates open at 7 a.m.
SPEED has the broadcasting rights to this event. Air dates and times are TBA. Please check back for updated information.
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.