La Carrera Panamericana  
27th Annual Pan Am Race -- Oct. 17-23, 2014
Become Part of the Legend!
Become part of the legend, La Carrera Panamericana (1950-1954), one of the most famous events in auto racing history. The event was revived as an open road race in 1988 and for twenty-two years has offered both experienced racers and novices an opportunity to experience the thrills and challenges of the original Pan Am. Today it is unique in the world—driving top speed on public highways for a week.

Each year one hundred cars line up in southern Mexico to race 2000 miles north. The event passes though the heart of the country, a string of mountains and impressive colonial cities. The Mexican Highway Patrol, whose top officers travel with the race, clears the highways for the timed speed runs. Along the way, a million spectators cheer the racecars along.

Each night the race stops in a different city. In a typical year the Pan Am will start in Veracruz and stop for the night in Oaxaca, Puebla, Querétaro, San Luis Potosi, and Zacatecas. Except for Veracruz, these cities are at high altitude, so the weather is typically cool and clear.

The Mexican Road Race is always an adventure. Just getting a racecar to the start is a challenge. The Pan Am remains a serious test of drivers and their cars and a major cultural experience. Finishing the race in Nuevo Laredo after seven long days behind the wheel is a major accomplishment. Earning a spot on the podium is a huge bonus. It's a lifetime of memories. Join us this year. You may never have the opportunity again.
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North American Coordinator
Gerie Bledsoe
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