29th annual NHRA Toyota Sonoma Nationals
Highways 37 and 121
Sonoma, CA 95476
Elevation: 15 feet
Radio Frequency: 87.9 FM
In the heart of Northern California’s wine country, the facility annually plays host to some of the tour’s most dramatic moments. A $70 million modernization project was completed in 2002 that included a new 660-foot concrete launchpad and led to scores of new track records. The event is usually blessed with pleasant weather that, combined with a quality racetrack, has yielded impressive performances, such as the sport’s second six-second Pro Stock Motorcycle pass in 2005. The event is the middle leg of the Western Swing. Beginning in 2014, it hosted the NHRA Pro Bike Battle special event.