Located in the beautiful Monterey Bay area is the world-famous WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca is one of the most popular race venues in the world because of its premier location, spectacular track layout, and rich history.
The track is nestled in one of the top tourist destinations in North America, surrounded by exceptional lodging, dining, and recreational activities in locations such as Monterey, Carmel, Cannery Row, Pebble Beach, and Big Sur.
This challenging 2.238-mile race course has it all: high speed banked turns, serious elevation changes, fast straights, and challenging technical corners.
The "Corkscrew" turn is world renowned by drivers and race fans. Drivers brake uphill before entering the curve, dropping 59 feet (6 stories) from corner entry to exit. This turn has provided some of the greatest photos, videos, and race passes in automotive history.
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca has hosted elite racing series and automotive events including CART, Can-Am, American Le Mans Series, MotoGP as well as the annual Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion - hub of the famed Monterey Classic Car Week - considered as the world's premier classic car event.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Historic Formula 1 cars frequently compete at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in the Monterey Historics festival each August. Modern F1 cars could run at this circuit, although the track is not licensed to hold F1 races.
Direct translation from Spanish is “Dry Lake” and refers to the dry lake bed that exists in the infield of the racetrack
90 miles SW of San Francisco nestled next to Monterey, CA on the Pacific Ocean. You can view of the ocean from the top of the corkscrew.
No, that is not an option.