Common questions

Why is there no F1 in Laguna Seca?

Why is there no F1 in Laguna Seca?

Formula One The aforementioned 1988 improvements to the track were made in part to lure the F1 race. In the final decision, Laguna Seca was thought to be too remote and too small for an F1 crowd, and so Phoenix was granted the Grand Prix.

What race is Laguna Seca?

Laguna Seca held IndyCar races from 1983-2004 as part of the CART/Champ Car World Series, before Sonoma began hosting the IndyCar series the following year. The Champ Car series merged with IndyCar in 2008.

Does Laguna Seca shower?

The Grand Prix campground is open from April 1 to October 31 and provides dirt pad sites for tent camping as well as RV camping. All campgrounds have access to bathroom and shower facilities, as well as picnic tables and fire pits. Make a reservation to camp at Laguna Seca Recreation Area by calling 888-588-2267.

How long is Laguna Seca?

WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca is an 11-turn, 2.238-mile jewel of a road course on California’s beautiful central coast. While the track is a favorite of racers and fans worldwide, many focus on one specific section—officially Turns 8 and 8A—or more commonly known as The Corkscrew.

How do you camp at Laguna Seca?

Make a reservation to camp at Laguna Seca Recreation Area by calling 888-588-2267. There is a $5 reservation fee per site; call for per-night campground fees.

When is the IndyCar race at Laguna Seca?

The highly-anticipated INDYCAR race at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca just got even more exciting – this year they’ve added a second race! The additional race will be held Saturday, September 19, followed by the regularly scheduled race on Sunday, September 20.

Who was the winner of the Long Beach Grand Prix?

Newgarden Holds on for Thrilling Honda Indy 200 Win! Cadillac Wins WeatherTech 240 at The Glen Mazda Takes Six Hours at The Glen Event; Auberlen Adds to All-Time Wins Record Palou Wins at Road America, Retakes INDYCAR Points Lead! O’Ward Wins Race 2 at Detroit; Takes INDYCAR Championship Points Lead!

Who are the winners of the Grand Prix of Monterey?

The Grand Prix of Monterey returns to the ‘Home of the Corkscrew’, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Over the years this historic race site has been the scene of memorable victories the likes of Bobby Rahal (four straight years), Danny Sullivan, Rick Mears, Michael Andretti, Alex Zanardi and Helio Castroneves.

How did Laguna Seca race course get its name?

The name Laguna Seca is Spanish for “dry lake”. The area where the track is was originally a lake. The course was originally built around the lake, which has since dried up entirely. An artificial pond has since been added.