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Daytona International Speedway hosts many motorsports events and races throughout the year - including stock car, sports car, motorcycle and go-karting. Since opening in 1959, it has been the home of the DAYTONA 500, the most prestigious race in...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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1801 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114-1215
Took the tour... It was a great experience. From the press room to Victory Lane it was great! Had the chance to see cars testing for the Rolex 24 hour race, and a Mazda hit the wall. All in a days work at Daytona Raceway....More
Very interesting place to check out. Our tour guide did not at all listen to the requests of those in the group. He was so focused on giving us all this nonsense information, really who cares about how thick the asphalt is??? There were a...More
While visiting Daytona we decided to visit the iconic Daytona Speedway, but as none of our group are really racing fans, we opted to do the shorter 30 minute tour.
You can’t reserve tickets on-line, which seemed a bit backwards in this day, but that...More
Our last car show of the year. Go on Thursday eat your turkey later. Gets to crowded on Friday-Sunday. Cars and swap meet are in the in field of the track. They had shuttles to take you back to the parking lot. (Golf carts). The...More
Bought the three lap ride along for my wife's birthday. She was very apprehensive, as she has a spinal implant and some leg problems. The staff had the EMT team help her into the car (you must go in through the passenger window) and get...More
I went in November when all the activities were gone. The building is impressive . Right now is offering tour of the Christmas lights and you can drive your car into the lights for 25usd . Looks pretty .
I'm not sure you really need "all access". We booked tickets in an area that seemed to be 'higher up' in the ticketing levels but didn't really see any benefit from this. We came and went from most areas without any... More
I'm not sure you really need "all access". We booked tickets in an area that seemed to be 'higher up' in the ticketing levels but didn't really see any benefit from this. We came and went from most areas without any questions.
However, there was an area we were unable to access which seemed to be a private box / suite which I suppose would have been pretty cool but other than that no real benefit from other ticket options.
Do note that sitting in the front is rather loud and you may only want to spend some of the time down there and the rest higher up.
It could vary from what you would consider summer weather to pretty darn cold (think English October or November). Jeans and sweatshirts, along with a light to medium jacket should suffice, but be prepared to buy a heavier... More
It could vary from what you would consider summer weather to pretty darn cold (think English October or November). Jeans and sweatshirts, along with a light to medium jacket should suffice, but be prepared to buy a heavier jacket as a souvenir if necessary. Have fun.