Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is a highly sought-after facility by car and motorcycle clubs, driving programs, automobile companies, and not to mention major racing series who annually compete here. Consequently, the calendar fills up quickly, upon approval by SCRAMP and the County of Monterey Parks Department.
For information on renting Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, please refer to the calendar, the accompanying Track Rental FAQ or contact us at 831-242-8201 and ask for our Track Rental Manager.
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.
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
The monthly Twilight Cycling Ride, presented by Rabobank, at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca will be an evening of fun, trial races, general lapping and followed by a delicious BBQ June 18 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. The evening is hosted by the Monterey Bay Racing Team, which was formed in 2005 by a handful of cyclists interested in increasing local participation of bicycle racing.