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fdrmotorsports was founded in 2002 by Frederick D. Rauch, an avid Porsche owner since 1971. During the past ten years I have been active in the Sacramento Valley Region PCA and have served in many club capacities such as Competition and Safety Director, Drivers Education Chair and President. In the past 11 years I have participated in 199 Drivers Educations Events, for the past eight years I have been a Porsche Club of America Drivers Education Approved Instructor and have been active in the management of Driver Education events throughout the State of California.

fdrmotorsports is now entering into its sixth year offering Track Events for fellow car enthusiasts.

fdrmotorsports announces another High Speed Drivers Event at California's Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on Monday March 4th 2013. There will be two car run groups and two bike run groups.

The very good news is that this is a 92db day! (of which there are very few in 2013) So, if you ride a motorcycle this may be one of less than a handful of events at this facility in 2013 where you can run your bike.

The majority of all other events are set at 90db.

WE ARE AT 92db!!

Cars can register at

Motorcycle Riders register through ZoomZoom at the following link:

There will not be a Beginers/Novice Run Group for this event.

Advanced - Cars – Passing is allowed anywhere on track with the exception of passing in corners.  Courtesy point-by hand signals are encouraged, there is no racing allowed, and aggressive or unsafe driving is not tolerated. Cars and drivers in this group must be appropriate for advanced driving. 

Mixed - Cars - Mixed is a combination of Advanced and High Intermediate drivers.Drivers in this mixed run group that wish to require a point-by before they are passed will have a 6-7" dot (usually orange or yellow) on the their front and rear bumpers. This tells anyone approaching a car wearing a dot they must wait for a point by and when a car with a dot is approaching a car in front of them the car in front knows that the car approaching them is expecting a point-by before they will pass. The corner workers are instructed to enforce these passing rules. Advanced drivers approaching an advanced car (no dot) follows the Advanced passing rules.

Safety is number one. Those caught driving inappropriately for this event will be black flagged and removed from the track until they agree to comply with the track rules.  All drivers are subject to 3-strike rule, which removes drivers from the event if they violate our rules 3 times in a given day. Frequent violators may be forbidden from participating in future events.


Event Fee


Please email Frederick at or call 916-595-3371



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