Laguna Seca is easy to manage the sound, short shift as you go up the hill from 5 to 6. The sound meter is in the 'shack' just before the bridge on the outside of the track. It's not a race, just play by the rules and have fun. I spend my time going up the hill thinking about set up for turn 6 rather than caring about how fast I'm going up the hill, there is much more time to be gained by taking turn 6 well than going fast past the sound meter. With the new pavement on corner exit of 6, divers should be able to take that corner flat with only a lift to settle the car on the way in. Have one of the local coaches show you the line, it's super fun and now you can finish the track out over the rumbles...fast and fun once you get it dialed. I have done a couple of races there since the pavement change and it feels so much safer as well as faster.
2006 Elise with BOE 400 supercharger and some aero mods, CRF floating oversized rotors, MCS single adjust coil overs, CRF exhaust, CRF sway bar w/adjustable link, mono-ball pivots, machined steer arms, baffled oil pan, CRF titanium toe link brace, hardened motor mounts, Ethos wheels w/Yoko slicks