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Daytona International Speedway

1801 West International Speedway Boulevard

Daytona International Speedway is the home of "The Great American Race" -- the DAYTONA 500. The DAYTONA 500 is the biggest, richest and most prestigious race in America and annually kicks off the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Over the past 10 years, DAYTONA USA, "The Official Attraction of NASCAR," has been delivering magical motorsports memories to both hard-core race fans and casual observers through hands-on activities, challenging thrills and one-of-a-kind sights.



Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
I've never really been interested in cars, but the tour that they gave us had DEFINITELY made me look into cars more! The 90- minutes tour was very cool! They take you around the track, onto the stadium, into a gate, and you get to see some really cool cars (near Toyota gate). My family got to snap some amazing pictures there! The museum is very fun to go around and very interesting! Loved this adventure tour at Daytona International Speedway!! 🏎🏎

Renee Lafave

Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
Awesome track. If you have never been please try to go. I was in awe of the actual racetrack. You don't really understand what the drivers endure until you visit. Great facilities and clean. Professionalism at it finest. Called the office because I needed help for my first ticket purchase. Stephanie was so informative and helped me through the buying process for the perfect racetrack experience.

Mizzy Mizz

Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Coke Zero 400 on July 7 was one of the best experiences my wife and I have ever had. I mean this place is huge and the people are so friendly. There’s so much to do and by far NASCAR is the most fan friendly sport. I am amazed at how fantastic it is to be at Daytona it’s a dream come true. I would definitely recommend anyone that can to grab it and hold on to it until you leave the track! Amazing

Sandy Marsh

Sunday, July 8, 2018
Attended the 2018 Coke Zero Sugar 400. Midway was fun, although it seemed like there were fewer vendors/sponsors this year. Hall of Fame museum was awesome. Nothing like seeing those cars on the banks under the lights either! However, the stands are fast becoming a place I dread. The no smoking policy is a joke and paying for higher prices seats doesn't get one away from the idiots who feel they're the exception. The attendants play on their cell phones and don't check tickets or even clear the entry ways of those who just stand in them. Lot of empty seats this year, too. I blame the stage racing a bit for that (in person too many caution laps used that could be potentially raced) and the exit of so many great drivers in the past couple years. However, the at the track experience is in declining in enjoyment for us. May be our last after several years, sadly.

Suzy Roulston

Thursday, July 12, 2018
I can't tell you how much we enjoyed the 500 last year. My boyfriend and our buddy have been going for years. The seating is great and crowd flow is managed very well. One thing I wish Daytona did was a Hauler Parade - hint, hint :-) 7/12/18-Attended the Coke Zero Sugar 400 last weekend, race was great however at the Chevrolet gate they only had 2 gates open. It was announced the Fl Hosp gate had no wait which is where we entered however my husband has a bad leg and we had to walk further to get in and the back to the Tri-Oval. Not happy. I will say the lady cleaning the restroom was wonderful. She was working non-stop. Jackie is her name "great job"!!! Still waiting for Daytona to incorporate a Hauler Parade, maybe for the 500 in February 2019???

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