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Yes, it's 90 db at Laguna Seca and it is the biggest PIA track in the US for noise levels. However, as Wayne said, it will not be a problem for the 45, not close.
 

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I too track my small MR2 whenever I get the chance. Much harder but rewarding to drive fast without all the electronic aid and way cheaper to run. The gla45 is a lot more easier to drive fast but it just cost too much on tire and pads. Did I say it's awesome on wet track lol.

I recently bought a gla 45 as a daily driver. I race competitively, vintage with my 2002, endurance & SCCA with my E30 and E21. Also own a 997.1 GT3 that is still streetable (barely). A fun track/race car to me is RWD and manual! That said.....I had the 45 on the track for a couple sessions and it's a blast. Pretty well balanced.
 

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Yes, it's 90 db at Laguna Seca and it is the biggest PIA track in the US for noise levels. However, as Wayne said, it will not be a problem for the 45, not close.
Thanks! Does anyone have hotel recommendations that work well near Laguna Seca for staying the night before (or any other tips)?

Wondering if I should bring any octane additive as we only get 91 here except for a station in Saratoga with 100 at $10 a gallon. Do they have gas available at the track for easy purchase?
 

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The GLA45 with the dynamic plus package is a great track car for those looking for fun without having to worry too much about crashing. Check out my channel on YouTube-“GLA64”
 

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The GLA45 with the dynamic plus package is a great track car for those looking for fun without having to worry too much about crashing. Check out my channel on YouTube-“GLA64”
 
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