New volunteer nonprofit gets the green flag at Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca

The WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca has a new volunteer organization. The Laguna Seca Volunteer Association was officially established after coming to an agreement with the Laguna Seca Recreation Area management team. Initial talks to form the new volunteer association began in January 2020 between the Sports Car Racing Association of Monterey Peninsula, which is the disbanded historic volunteer organization at the track, and the new management firm, A&D Narigi Consulting LLC, which was selected by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors to create a new volunteer program for the track. The nonprofit LSVA already has 250 volunteers slated to help out when the track reopens.Volunteers will help in all areas at the track including the car paddock area, first aid, medical, hospitality, concessions, and vehicle control The association will be managed by a five-person executive board all of whom have experience in volunteer leadership at the track. To create the new non-profit The Laguna Seca Raceway Foundation helped cover the legal costs required to form the new organization. The Laguna Seca Raceway Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) public charity that raises funds for capital improvements, which has included the digital scoring and electronic flagging systems and new grandstands. The track has set the month of July for their reopening date. Their first event will be the GEICO MotoAmerica Superbike Speedfest at Monterey which runs July 9-11.

The WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca has a new volunteer organization.

The Laguna Seca Volunteer Association was officially established after coming to an agreement with the Laguna Seca Recreation Area management team.

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Initial talks to form the new volunteer association began in January 2020 between the Sports Car Racing Association of Monterey Peninsula, which is the disbanded historic volunteer organization at the track, and the new management firm, A&D Narigi Consulting LLC, which was selected by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors to create a new volunteer program for the track.

The nonprofit LSVA already has 250 volunteers slated to help out when the track reopens.

Volunteers will help in all areas at the track including the car paddock area, first aid, medical, hospitality, concessions, and vehicle control

The association will be managed by a five-person executive board all of whom have experience in volunteer leadership at the track.

To create the new non-profit The Laguna Seca Raceway Foundation helped cover the legal costs required to form the new organization.

The Laguna Seca Raceway Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) public charity that raises funds for capital improvements, which has included the digital scoring and electronic flagging systems and new grandstands.

The track has set the month of July for their reopening date. Their first event will be the GEICO MotoAmerica Superbike Speedfest at Monterey which runs July 9-11.

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