Scout Days will turn the Daytona International Speedway (DIS) infield into a unique camping retreat during the Roar Before The Rolex 24 on Jan. 8-10 – the three-day annual test session for the 54th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona. Tickets went on sale today.

Boy and Girl Scouts from throughout the Southeast will participate in activities such as fishing on Lake Lloyd (campers must bring their own fishing reels), scavenger hunts, geocaching and getting up close to the teams and drivers from the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge as they prepare their cars on the “World Center of Racing’s” 3.56-mile road course for the 2016 season.

Scout Days admission, which is $30 per person if purchased on/before Dec. 15. and $40 per person if purchased afterward, includes:

  • Two nights of tent camping (bring your own tents, sleeping bags and firewood – RV camping is available)
  • $10 DAYTONA Dollars good at any DIS concession stand
  • A Speedway Tour with a stop within the new motorsports stadium
  • A collectible patch
  • Garage access (limited times)

In addition, on Saturday morning, Jan. 9, there will be a tri-oval track walk where Scouts will walk pit road and have the opportunity to sign the start/finish line.

DIS has also put together a special Scouts Sprint Unlimited Offer which includes a general admission stadium ticket for the ARCA Racing Series’ Lucas Oil 200 followed by the Sprint Unlimited on Saturday, Feb. 13. The package, available for $55 for adults and $15 for kids 12 and under, includes infield access Feb. 12-14 with overnight tent camping in a secure area within the infield and $10 in DAYTONA Dollars.

To purchase admission to Scout Days or the Scouts Sprint Unlimited Offer, call (877) 306-RACE (7223) or visit www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/scout

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