Laguna Seca

The infamous Corkscrew
A map of Laguna Seca

Laguna Seca

Laguna Seca mimics the real life race track which is also called Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca which is located in Monterey, California, USA. A track which is inafmous for its tight corners and suprising track layout, it won over many pundits and is the ultimate test to many drivers. The ultimate test can be found in the track itself, the Corkscrew. Featured millions of times it is the trickiest piece of track known to man. A jaw dropping hill decline at around 3G makes it a mean corner and one only attempted by the very best. Laguna Seca is still in operation, and hosts many racing series such as the Monterey Sports Car Champtionships, Corona AMA Superbike Finale, Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix, Monterey Festival of Speed, and many others.

Quick Track Facts

Opened in: 1957

Owned by: Monterey County Park Department of Sports Racing

Operated by: SCRAMP (the Sports Car Racing Assosiation of Monterey Peninsula)

Cost to build: Approx. $1,500,000 US dollars

Course Makeup: Pavement

Course Length: Approx. 3.6km

Number of turns: 11

Current Ongoing Major Races

American Le Mans Series

Atlantic Championship

Grans-Am Rolex Sprts Car Series

Monterey Festival of Speed

Monterey Historic Automobile Races

Monterey Sports Car Championships

Moto Grand Prix

Rum Bum 250

United States Grand Prix

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