Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Insider tips for Laguna Seca and the Canadian Grand Prix - Guest blogging for TravelDriveRace.com

Obviously you know I like to travel, but did you know that I also like to race? Ok, well, I don’t actually do any racing myself but I do love attending races! In particular, I am a huge Formula 1 fan. The sport is not very popular in the US but has a huge following pretty much everywhere else in the world.

If you are not familiar with F1, it is similar to Indy Car racing. The cars are open wheeled and race on “road courses” which means that the tracks have twists and turns – they never race on ovals. They are the fastest race cars out there, with the biggest budgets, most glamorous locations and handsomest drivers.
I have attended several F1 races in the US and Canada and teamed with TravelDriveRace.com to share some of my insider secrets for attending race events at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, California and the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit in Montreal, Canada.

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