WeatherTech Raceway at Laguna Seca
Originally built by the Army Corps of Engineers on a corner of what was then Fort Ord, Laguna Seca opened in 1957 and in its half-century of operation has been host to every significant North American road-racing series, from the legendary Can-Am to the Trans-Am, IMSA Camel GT and CART Indy cars.
- Source: iRacing.com
Facts for the Nerds:
- First mention of the track in the Release Notes is from May 2008 where "Significant Laguna Seca performance optimizations have been made."
- Laguna Seca is one of 3 tracks that have a "School" Configuration, which adds driving cones as references around the track.
- As of Season 4 2018 update the track has been renamed from "Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca" to "WeatherTech Raceway at Laguna Seca" to reflect the real-world changes.
- It has the TrackID 47