From Alameda and Contra Costa Counties: Take I-580 west to I-80 east to I-580 west again toward the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge. Once over bridge take Highway 101 north. Take Highway 37 eastbound. Left at Highway 121. Track is one-quarter mile up on the left. From Los Angeles, Fresno and Stockton Areas: Take I-580 westbound through Dublin and Castro Valley into Oakland where I-580 will merge with 80 eastbound. Follow to the I-580 west exit for the Richmond/San Rafael bridge towards Highway 101. Proceed north on 101 to the Highway 37 junction. Take Highway 37 eastbound. Left at Highway 121. Track is one-quarter mile up on the left. From Reno, Sacramento and Fairfield Areas: Take I-80 west from Sacramento to Vallejo. Take Highway 37 westbound towards Novato and Sonoma. Right at Highway 121. Track is one-quarter mile up on the left. From San Francisco: Cross the Golden Gate Bridge to Highway 101 north. Take Highway 37 eastbound toward Vallejo. Left at Highway 121. Track is one-quarter mile up on the left. From Ukiah, Santa Rosa and Petaluma Areas: Take Highway 101 south to the Highway 116 east exit in Petaluma. Follow Highway 116 southbound. Left at Highway 37 eastbound. Left at Highway 121. Track is one-quarter mile up on the left. Use MapQuest to get directions from your location to Infineon.
The AFM configuration for Infineon is about 2.3 miles long, in a clockwise direction. For a full-page map of the AFM configuration, visit the Forms section or click here to open the PDF. The track itself includes a multi-configurable ~2.51 mile roadcourse and 1/4 mile drag strip. The roadcourse follows the terrain to give numerous elevation changes and "blind turns". The steepest portions of the track are at a 15% grade and numerous pedestrian bridges cross the track to allow spectators to easily access all turns. The roadcourse has only two straight sections of any length, giving few places for riders to relax. There are numerous new additions at Infineon, including a complete go-cart track, many new grand stands on the hillsides, a tunnel to cross under the track, and a huge grandstand tower by Turn 1 where almost the whole course can be viewed by spectators.
The AFM race weekends generally utilize a paddock layout like the one below. Click the Infineon logo above to access more track maps and detailed track information. UPDATED MAY 20 2010
We have two descriptive articles on the "prior incarnation" of the track written by racers. See the Racers Perspective page for "Sears Point from Two Views" which gives both a rider's and spectator's perspective of the various turns, along with some tips on good viewing locations.
There are many motels to choose from in Novato, Petaluma, Vallejo, Sonoma, as well as a number of restaurants, grocery stores, parts stores, and malls. Petaluma, Vallejo and San Rafael probably have the closest motorcycle shops. Other points of interest in the area are numerous wineries - as Infineon is near the heart of California Wine Country. Visit the Infineon Travel Page on Infineon's website for links to hotels, wineries, restaurants and other area resources and attractions.
2017 AFM Rulebook is now available for download HERE
Board meetings are typically held the 2nd Wednesday of every month. General Meetings start at 8:00pm.
Next Meeting Date:
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
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Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
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