The Daytona International Speedway
An icon in the racing world, the tri-oval Daytona International Speedway is a regular host to racing events throughout the year. It opened in 1959, and has been has been updated three times since its inception to continually improve the venue for its fans and drivers. The speedway’s biggest update to date began in 2013 and was aptly named “Daytona Rising.” The $400 million renovation included 101,000 brand new, more comfortable seats, over 60 brand new luxury suites, double the number of restrooms and significantly more concession stands. The speedway unveiled the impressive completed project in early 2016, much to the delight of the fans. Remaining unchanged is the Daytona International Speedway’s commitment to making the race-viewing experience the best possible for all of its loyal fans, and with engines roaring, there is no better place to be.
Your tickets will be located in your choice of the following seating categories:
Sec 108-114, Rows 1-10
Sec 108-114, Rows 11-37
Sec 308-316 / 408-416, Rows 1-40
Sec 175-184, Rows 1-10
Sec 175-184, Rows 11-37
Sec 386-395 /486-495, Rows 1-40
Sec 114-134, Rows 1-10
Sec 114-134, Rows 11-37
Sec 317-335 / 426-444, Rows 1-40
Sec 155-174, Rows 1-10
Sec 155-174, Rows 11-37
Sec 366-385 / 466-485, Rows 1-40
START / FINISH
Sec 135-154, Rows 1-10
Club Sec 336-365 / 436-465, Rows 1-40
Sprint FANZONE with Pre-Race Pass
The ultimate NASCAR fan destination, the Sprint FANZONE has a little bit of everything: concerts, a media center, merchandise tent, and plenty to eat and drink. You’ll have access to driver fan forums and pre-race ceremonies; diehard fans can even check out the garage and get up close to the cars and teams as they prepare for “The Great American Race.” Your ticket also includes pre-race access on the track for driver introductions and some spectacular photo opportunities.
Add Tickets to Additional Races
Don’t miss out on all the excitement leading up to the Daytona 500. We can arrange tickets to any (or all) of the races starting Thursday night with the Budweiser Duels, the final step to making the starting grid in the Daytona 500. On Friday, the Truck Series takes to the track for some of Daytona’s closest racing. Nationwide Series fans are in for a treat on Saturday, as the season kicks off with some of racing’s biggest stars behind the wheel.
“He was speechless!”
Just fantastic! Duane Penner was great, on top of everything and always to our service. Eric Cashdan is the biggest Formula 1 fan one can meet. When he got Alain Proust’s autograph on Friday night at the Amber Lounge, he was speechless. Prince Albert was there with his soon to be bride – who strikingly lookalike to his mother, Grace Kelly – and Kim Kardashian arrived appropriately late.
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