World renown racetrack located in Northern California known for turn 8 “The Corkscrew” with a 5 ½ story drop within 450ft. Laguna Seca is a dynamic track that has hosted many legendary races in AMA, Moto GP, and World Superbike. It might be a bit of a drive for some but for the true moto enthusiast, it is holy ground worth the visit.
Chuckwalla Valley Raceway (CVR)
Located out at Desert Center between Indio and Blythe Chuckwalla is the newest track in Southern California. It is a flowing track with great elevation changes and many people’s favorite, the bowl, a large, embanked turn allowing for extreme lean angle and speed. Chuckwalla’s 2.68 mile surface houses several motorcycle racing schools (ex. Star School, YCRS, etc.) and is the location for testing both motorcycles and cars for magazine and television reviews.
Willow Springs International Raceway
Willow Springs is one of the oldest tracks in Southern California, opening in 1953. It has three distinct tracks (Big Willow, Streets of Willow, and Horsethief Mile) that lend to California’s club racing history. It also houses the famous California Superbike School led by Keith Code and his many professional instructors. Willow Springs over the course of its history has been home to several racing clubs as well as the site for many movies and television shows.
Willow Springs Raceway Park
Located about 150 miles north of Orange County Button Willow provides everyone with three separate tracks, (1) West loop: 1.86 miles, (2) East loop: 1.06 miles, (3) Combined track: 3.1 miles. Button Willow allows for great versatility of the track, a great climate which allows for year-round riding, and excellent safety features that have made Buttonwillow Raceway Park the preferred racing and testing facility in California.