WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca (iRacing)
Originally built by the Army Corps of Engineers on a parcel of what was then Fort Ord, Laguna Seca opened in 1957 as a 1.9 mile road course that would host the United States Road Racing Championship, the Can-Am, Formula 5000, Trans-Am and, later, IMSA, IndyCars and MotoGP.With its series of blindingly fast curves interrupted only by the Corkscrew and the final hairpin, Laguna Seca was no place for the faint of heart. And with lap times approaching the one minute mark for the fastest cars, the Sports Car Association of the Monterey Peninsula embarked on a major rebuild in 1989 that added a tricky infield section and lengthened the track to its current 2.238 mile, 11 turn configuration. Although the original hair-raising Turns 2 and 3 are no more, the modern WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca remains as challenging as it is picturesque.
iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series
|Season||Pole position||Fastest lap||Race Winner||Broadcast|
|2010||Greger Huttu||Greger Huttu||Greger Huttu||Team Redline|
|2011||Hugo Luis||Hugo Luis||Klaus Kivekäs||My3id Gaming|