I thought I would share this in a separate post so it doesn't get lost in the other 2017 Monterrey post thread. I spoke to the owner of the VRBO (AirBnB, HomeAway) that we stayed in last year. I know a lot of you rent the same home year after year as I was hoping to do. Well there is a big change this year. Monterrey has enacted a 30-day minimum rental stay for vacation rentals. They are being very militant in enforcing this apparently through the various associations and districts. $1,000 minimum fine if caught advertising for any home under that time period. So even if you find some homes available online during the Rolex Monterrey weekend, she is saying be careful if they will honor your stay. I don't want to scare anyone, and if you have had long term connections, I'm sure they will make accommodations, you will probably not be able to book through the websites however. I haven't seen anyone post anything about this yet, I apologize if this topic has already been discussed. Maybe Mike (OC Coupe) can elaborate on this being a "local" now. But I'm just passing along what I was told today from the owner of the rental unit we stayed with last year. Needless to say this will bump hotels/motels up even more with even more limited alternatives. Maybe outside Monterrey it is different, Carmel, Carmel Valley, Pacific Grove etc. General Camping is still available at the track with a waiting list for premium sites. $50 General (first come first serve). Then it goes to $225-$275/night for the premium sites which is more than I paid for a killer house right near the cannery last year. This may be the last year for the $50 camp sites, who know? Anyhow, good luck........see you at the campsite...LOL. At least the commute won't be bad and dog friendly!