Daytona International Speedway (DIS) unveiled today the complete list of new hospitality options available as part of its new motorsports stadium. Beginning in January 2016, DIS will feature more than 60 luxury suites with breathtaking trackside views, patio and club seat options and a completely revamped hospitality experience. 

“DAYTONA Rising is enabling us to elevate our hospitality offerings,” said Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood III. “By moving all hospitality from a temporary outdoor village to a new climate-controlled permanent environment, we’re able to deliver a world-class experience.” 

The suites and hospitality offerings will debut during the 2016 Rolex 24 At Daytona and the 58th annual DAYTONA 500. More information is available by calling 866-887-6475. 

New offerings include:



SUITES 

MEZZANINE LEVEL SUITES

Hospitality OptionsTwo new premium suite products along the frontstretch have the flexibility to accommodate anywhere from 50 to 500 people. In the 31 climate-controlled High Banks Suites, seats are located directly outside of the suite, providing fans with the comfort of a private space and opportunity to see the on-track action. The 25 Midway Suites are ideal for larger groups, providing access to a fully-stocked bar and high-end concession options on the Mezzanine concourse level as well as reserved stadium seats.




ROLEX 24 AT DAYTONA LOUNGE SUITES

Hospitality OptionsThis exclusive lounge level suite strikes the perfect balance, offering guests the traditional race experience while treating them to modern amenities and providing access to the Rolex 24 At Daytona Lounge. The interior of the suite features a relaxing seating area with flat-screen televisions at every angle while the outdoor area offers a patio and stadium seats.





SKY LEVEL SUITES

Hospitality OptionsThe indoor theater-style seating in the Sky Suites provides optimum views of the track. The relaxing, stylish atmosphere is perfect for entertaining friends, coworkers or clients. 






FRANCE LEVEL SUITES

Hospitality OptionsThe most upscale option at DIS, the France Suites feature unrivaled sightlines. From gourmet food options to a lavish entertainment space and private entrance, the France Suites redefine motorsports luxury.

 




PREMIUM HOSPITALITY

HARLEY J’S

Hospitality OptionsNamed after the influential Harley J. Earl and the trophy given to the DAYTONA 500 champion each year, Harley J’s includes the essential amenities every fan enjoys: an all-inclusive fully-stocked bar and buffet. This option is available as part of an all-inclusive program with reserved stadium seats or as an addition to any stadium seat purchase.





LOGE BOXES

Hospitality OptionsThese private box seats put fans right in the action; open-air seating and viewing devices with FanVision, providing in-car camera, audio and real-time stats make this a unique option for race fans.  






ROLEX 24 AT DAYTONA LOUNGE

Hospitality OptionsThis area offers relaxed lounge-style seating, flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and mobile streaming support as well as a top-notch buffet and premium bar. Additionally, guests can step outside and enjoy wider seating as well as a patio, all with spectacular views of the track.





About DAYTONA Rising

DAYTONA Rising is a $400 million reimagining of an American icon – Daytona International Speedway. Five expanded and redesigned entrances, or “injectors,” will lead fans to a series of escalators and elevators, transporting them to three different concourse levels. Each level features spacious social areas, or “neighborhoods,” along the nearly mile-long frontstretch. At the conclusion of the redevelopment, Daytona International Speedway will have approximately 101,500 permanent, wider and more comfortable seats, twice as many restrooms and three times as many concession stands. In addition, the Speedway will feature over 60 luxury suites with trackside views and a completely revamped hospitality experience for corporate guests. DAYTONA Rising: Reimagining an American Icon, expected to create 6,300 jobs, $300 million in labor income and over $85 million in tax revenue, will be completed in time for the 2016 Rolex 24 At Daytona and DAYTONA 500.  

Toyota, Florida Hospital, Chevrolet and Sunoco are Founding Partners of DAYTONA Rising, joining the Speedway to help provide the very best experience for fans through more than 80,000 total square feet of engagement areas, branding rights for four of the injectors/entrances and four of the new neighborhoods.

Barton Malow is serving as the design-builder for the project. In addition to DAYTONA Rising, Barton Malow has renovated the University of Michigan “Big House” and the Rose Bowl. 

ROSSETTI is the architect for DAYTONA Rising. ROSSETTI is an award-winning architectural design and planning firm with 46 years of expertise in sports and entertainment projects including the Green Bay Packers Titletown, renovations for the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field, a new headquarters for the LA Lakers, five MLS stadiums and the new retractable roof over the USTA’s Arthur Ashe Stadium. 

Race fans can follow the progress of the DAYTONA Rising project by visiting www.DAYTONARising.com and connecting with Daytona International Speedway on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest Instagram and YouTube. Also, fans can see the construction project up close by taking one of the daily tours available at the Speedway on non-event days throughout the year. Visit www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/tours or the Speedway Ticket and Tours Building for more information. For tickets and more information on Daytona International Speedway events, visit www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or call 1-800-PITSHOP.

 

About Daytona International Speedway

Daytona International Speedway is the home of "The Great American Race" - the DAYTONA 500. Though the season-opening NASCAR Sprint Cup event garners most of the attention - as well as the largest audience in motorsports - the approximately 500-acre motorsports complex boasts the most diverse schedule of racing on the globe, thus earning it the title of "World Center of Racing." In addition to eight major weekends of racing activity, rarely a week goes by that the Speedway grounds are not used for events that include civic and social gatherings, car shows, photo shoots, production vehicle testing and police motorcycle training.