Laguna Seca SBK launched. Free beer at the best pub on the planet.
Yes, we return again to Laguna Seca, our favourite track in the world. Not only is this a great track, but it boasts "the best pub on the planet". We will take ALL VIP and Team Experiences on the golf cart up to the top of the famous corkscrew and treat you to an incredible beer with a view.
As the top VIP tour operator to the Laguna Seca MotoGP, we have been bringing people here since 2005. We were beside ourselves with excitement when we learned that the SBK was moving here as well! We weren't disappointed in that first year of 2013 -- our guide rated it BETTER than the MotoGP!
If you have never seen the corkscrew up close - what are you waiting for?!
A simply awesome track - adored by both riders and fans; and guaranteed excitement both on the track and in the incredible 'Merchandise Island' with so much entertainment to hand that you would be forgiven for missing the racing!
For us, there is just one hotel for this event -- a brilliant 4* right in the heart of Monterey, and always home to teams and riders. There is a free shuttle bus about 50m out the front door, direct to the track, or you can come with us for the last word in convenience.
Go VIP on this one - the VIP has the stunning views and superb facilities. Of course you will automatically be a guest of Kawasaki, visiting their garage, meeting the team and more.
Speaking of Kawasaki, the team has a nice tent in a prime location in the paddock with food and drink all day and of course garage access, cool merchandise and more.
And finally - this is the home of the "Best Pub on the Planet". Yes, the English Ales brewery operates an outlet right at the top of the corkscrew hill where you can relax, take in the sun, drink several awesome genuine English-style ales all with a stunning view of the racetrack. It simply doesn't get better!
Just can't wait for this one!
n.b. as in all our SBK events, we require a minimum number of attendees to send a guide. If we fail to reach that number you will be offered a reduced price for a 'self guided' package or full refund. (This has only happened once since 2005...)