July 21st Sports car racing returns to Sears Point Raceway, from July 20-23
Sears Point Raceway will host the American Le Mans Series Grand Prix of
This will mark the fifth event in the twelve-race series, which is in its second year.
The Grand Prix of Sonoma, a two-hour, 45-minute endurance race, will feature
racing patterned after the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans. Top marquees include:
Audi, BMW, Dodge Viper, Lola, the Panoz Roadster and Porsche.
The 3.14 kilometre Sears Point track, is located 30 minutes north of the Golden
Gate Bridge in San Francisco and serves as the gateway to the beautiful Sonoma
Wine Country. The track hosts several nationally televised events, including
NASCAR Winston Cup, National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) drag racing, the
American Le Mans Series, and the American Motorcycle Association (AMA)
Superbike Tour. Sears Point is a year-round motorsports complex with events
scheduled 340 days and 50 weekends a year. Alone last year, over half a million
spectators followed the action on this circuit.