Daytona International Speedway

 1. Ticket Office, Visitors' Center 11. Paddock Club Suites           A. Oldfield Grandstand
    & Administration Offices        12. Road Racing Scoring Building  B. Depalma Grandstand
 2. Speedway Maintenance            13. Pepsi Paddock Area            C. Weatherly Grandstand
 3. Security/Mailroom/Credentials   14. Infield Car Parking           D. Campbell Grandstand
 4. Tunnel Entrance                 15. Lake Lloyd                    E. Winston Tower
 5. Service Entrance/Gate 7         16. Road Racing Chicane           F. Roberts Grandstand
 6. Hospitality Village             17. Infield R.V. Entrance         G. Segrave Grandstand
 7. Scoreboards                     18. Daytona Beach Int. Airport    H. Keech Grandstand
 8. MRN Radio Offices               19. West Parking Lot Entrance     I. Lockhart Grandstand
 9. NASCAR Scoring Building         20. Ticket Booth C "Will Call"    J. Lund Grandstand
10. Victory Lane                     *  Ticket Booth                  K. Third Turn Grandstand

Location: Daytona Beach, Florida

Daytona International Speedway
1801 International Speedway Boulevard
Daytona Beach
Florida 32114

Tel: +904 2542700   Fax: +904 2546791

Distance: 2.5 miles
Banking: 31 degrees

Where To Stay


Deland KOA, Exit 54 I4, 1440 E.Minn Ave, Orange City, 32763. Tel: 904 775-3996.

Daytona S.KOA, Exit 84A I95, 1330 Old Mission Road, New Smyrna Bch 32168. Tel: 904 427-3581.


Holiday Inn, 5 locations. Tel: 1-800-465-4329.

Oceans Eleven Resorts, 6 locations. Tel: 1-800-874-7420.

Daytona History

Daytona International Speedway, the "World Center of Racing," was the dream and creation of William Henry Getty France. In the mid-50's, as racing on Daytona Beach became unfeasible, "Big Bill" France, who had founded the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) in 1949, built the Daytona International Speedway. Since the inaugural Speedweeks in 1959, which featured Lee Petty's dramatic victory in the first Daytona 500, Daytona's legend has grown with the roster of world-famous athletes who have triumphed in sports car, stock car and motorcycle competition there. The Speedway, located on a 450-acre tract, features a 2.5-mile trioval course and a 3.56-mile road course, which both use the famous four-story, 31-degree high-banked curves that have earned Daytona an international reputation.

The track has more than 100,000 grandstand seats, while the vast infield, featuring the 44-acre Lake Lloyd, can accommodate many more spectators. Daytona International Speedway annually presents no less than eight major event weekends for sports cars, stock cars, motorcycles and karts. In addition, the World Center of Racing Visitors' Center provides an up-close look at the facility via guided tours, memorabilia and photo displays and a Surround-Sound presentation of race day thrills.

Road Course Changes
1966 - 3.810 miles
1975 - Chicane inserted by Lake Lloyd. 3.840 miles
1984 - 3.870 miles
1985 - 3.560 miles

1.6 mile road course variant.

3.1 mile road course variant.