Our Beginnings

Since Laguna Seca’s beginning in 1957, when 62 local companies and scores of individuals offered their services and donations, to the now world-renowned race track, it has been a community effort that brings international racing to the Monterey Peninsula.

Laguna Seca was originally part of the Fort Ord military base before being deeded to the County of Monterey in 1974. Now, years later, the Monterey County-owned race and recreation facility retains its community relationship through the non-profit 501(c)4 Sports Car Racing Association of the Monterey Peninsula.

SCRAMP is comprised of individual volunteers from charities and civic organizations throughout the Central Coast to ensure each premier race event runs smoothly and safely for everyone who arrives at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. 

If you would like to become a volunteer at America’s most exciting race track, please email Tammo Stubbe

To learn more about the history of WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and SCRAMP’s all-volunteer Board of Governors and Race & Events Committee, please visit


Board of Governors

The SCRAMP Board of Governors has full fiduciary governance, including financial oversight and short- and long-term planning, for the not-for-profit 501(c)(4) organization. The board consists of local business and industry leaders.


SCRAMP Race and Events Committee

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.


Track & Corner Workers
The Best Seat in the House!

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.