Where else can you see and hear historic race cars at full speed doing what they were originally intended to do … and that’s race. The annual Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion is a celebration of motorsport history that brings approximately 550 race cars together in one open paddock for everyone to enjoy. Each accepted car, from more than 1,000 entry applications received, is scrutinized and accepted based on the car’s authenticity, race provenance and period correctness.
When: August 15-18, 2019
Featured Marque: IMSA (International Motor Sports Association) celebrates its 50th anniversary of premier sports car racing.
Entry Request: For entry information or late application requests, please email Ardelle Lind. Entries submitted for the 1966-1985 Masters Historic Formula One and 1983-2016 Masters Endurance Legends grids will also be required to complete a Masters Historic Racing Entry Form and relevant entry fee.
Run Groups: This year will feature some of the most popular and competitive groups. For Monterey Pre-Reunion run groups, please click here.
- Pre-1940 Sports Racing, Touring and Race cars, and 1927-1951 Racing Cars
- 1955-1961 Sports Racing (under/over 2000cc)
- 1966-1972 Trans-Am
- 1961-1966 GT under 2500cc
- 1963-1966 GT Over 2500cc
- 1967-1981 Formula Ford
- IMSA Prototypes – GTP, WSC, LMP, DP
- 1947-1955 Sports Racing and GT cars
- 1955-1964 GT
- 2 Liter Sports Racers thru 1984
- 1973-1981 FIA, IMSA, GT, GTX, AAGT
- 1966-1985 Masters Historic Formula One
- 1981-1991 IMSA GTO/GTU
- 1983-2016 Masters Endurance Legends
Tickets: Advanced tickets from December 5, 2018 – August 4, 2019.
Mark Your Calendars: Future dates for the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion are:
- August 13-16, 2020
- August 12-15, 2021
- August 18-21, 2022
The Sports Car Racing Association of the Monterey Peninsula race and events are overseen by an all-volunteer committee. These men and women provide their guidance and countless hours of service to ensure the smooth and successful racing and events operation of this world-renowned racing circuit.
What: The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship returns for the 2019 season for high-speed action on Sept. 13-15. The action is nonstop among the prototype and GT sports cars when the international drivers and teams tackle the challenging circuit on their way for championship points.
Join us for Monterey Speed Week, the combination of back-to-back races with IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship and Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey. Ticket packages available for purchasing both weekend tickets.
Non-Event Driving Directions:
From Southbound Highway 1: Exit on Hwy 218 (Exit 403) Seaside/Del Rey Oaks exit, travel East and continue for approximately 4 miles. Turn left on Highway 68 for approximately 5.5 miles. WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca is on the left side.
From Northbound Highway 1: Merge onto Highway 68 toward Salinas and continue on Highway 68 for approximately 9 miles. WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca is on the left side.
From Highway 101: Take the MontereyPeninsula/Sanborn Rd exit. Travel West on Sanborn Rd to South Main St/Hwy 68. Make left turn onto Highway 68 for approximately 11 miles. WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca is on the right side.
Event Driving Directions:
Please refer to the specific event page for driving and entry
gates and times.
Northern California Racing Club (NCRC) and American Racing Club (ARC) are providers of California’s most affordable quality track events. NCRC is one of the top driver education and open tracking organizations in the state, and ARC is our racing organization, providing a friendly no-contact-allowed racing environment.
Click on “Events” to sign up for track days.
Hooked On Driving is a leading provider of performance driving programs, commonly known as an high performance driving experience (HPDE), or high performance driving school (HPDS). They give drivers of high performance cars and sports cars the opportunity to drive their cars on a race track.
To register with Hooked on Driving please visit their website.
The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) is the volunteer support organization responsible for much of the track and corner worker activities. It is a fabulous way to become involved in racing in Monterey. For more information from the SCCA on how to become a track and corner worker throughout the year, click here.