Monterey Motorsports Reunion Canceled

In an effort to ensure the safety of track crews and race participants, the 2020 Monterey Motorsports Reunion has been canceled.

Entry fees, camping spots, parking passes and tickets purchases will be refunded in full.

For those still interested in running their cars at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, a special "Driver Appreciation Weekend" has been created that will take place on that same, August 8-9.

The event will be treated similar to a private track rental, with a closed paddock and increased health and safety protocols.

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Read the full release below:

MONTEREY, Calif., June 12, 2020 –  After considerable discussion and consultation, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca’s new management team has regrettably canceled the 2020 Monterey Motorsports Reunion. The difficult decision was made to ensure the safety and well-being of entrants and guests resulting from COVID-19 conditions and its impact on large public events.

The highest priority is for the health and safety of race participants, crews and their families, as well as guests and our Monterey County residents,” said John Narigi, president and general manager of WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. “As was our plan, we waited until June after weighing all the options and different scenarios before making a final decision. No matter how much we hoped, no one can fully anticipate what state mandates will be in place that will affect public events and social gatherings.”

All entrants and ticket purchasers will receive full refunds of their entry fees, camping, parking and ticket purchases.

While large public events and gatherings are not permissible under current state mandates, the County of Monterey Health Department has approved WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca’s reopening plan for private track rentals that have strict health and safety protocols.

Following private track rental guidelines, a “Driver Appreciation Weekend” has been created for August 8 and 9 to allow the significant number of entrants who have expressed interest in still running their cars on the challenging circuit the opportunity to do so.

We empathize with the participants who want to enjoy their cars at speed, many of whom have not had the opportunity to do so this year,” Narigi explained. “The Driver Appreciation Weekend is designed to thank participants for their ongoing support, feedback and patience during these challenging times.”

The weekend will have a closed paddock to follow current protocols established for private track rentals. Cars will be accepted on an individual basis based on their existing entry into the Monterey Motorsports Reunion and placed into corresponding groups.

With hotels and restaurants opening, we hope our participants will enjoy the hospitality that makes the Monterey peninsula so special,” Narigi added.

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dougie Reader
6/15/20 10:44 p.m.

That's very sad news, I thought they might be able to pull in off still this year.

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