Working with the great folks
at Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway are doing all we can to ensure that
this multi-faceted event is a fun and memorable for all involved.
Going in, here is some info that you should know... a few FAQ:
On track photography is limited
to approved media only. Will be much tighter than Barona.
Entries Only: Overnight camping
and motorhome parking available with your entry or admission.
There will be a special area
for hotrods on display. Hotrod entries will also receive a collectable
Food will be available at the
track but we invite you to bring E-Z Ups, coolers, ice, your
BBQ and your choice of beverages.
You can do static starts at will.
Safety rules will be enforced, ie fire jacket and mask. Fire
extinguisher at hand. No "jack stand" fire-ups. NO
engaged couplers unless you're doing a push start. For the full
guidelines that will be followed go to:
There will be opportunities to
push start throughout Saturday either by yourself or as a pair.
Burnouts from static starts. This is ALL about cacklecars.
You can participate in the second
ever "Line of Fire," an in-unison fire-up at the end
of Saturday's activities.
Nitro will not be available at
Cacklecar Entry Form
Spectator Tickets available
Seca Spring Classic
Don Ewald - Media
Ace's Hot Rod Hangout Tickets
Tickets include a Saturday
General Admission, Paddock Ticket and Ace's Place Parking Pass
If you would like to be a sponsor for this
historical event contact:
Monterey has more non-racing
things to do, pricy and safer. Salinas has a bigger mix of hotel/motels
to choose from, and is less of a tourist spot.
The track is just off a busy
highway [Hwy 68] between Salinas [101 Freeway] and Monterey.
Before or after the race, The
Mile Drive is something special while you're in the neighborhood.