The very first Ferrari Finali Mondiali to take place in North America is a time sit back and enjoy world class cars at a world famous venue – not a time to worry about where park. Check out this one-stop guide to parking to make sure you’re time and attention is spent on what really matters!
The infield can be accessed through the Turn 1 Tunnel off Williamson Blvd. or the Turn 4 Tunnel, located off Midway Ave. and Richard Petty Blvd.
Thursday, December 1 to Sunday, December 4
Infield parking will be available for just $10 daily or $30 for all four days . Guests will need to purchase the $30 4-day car parking pass in advance or the daily parking passes on the day of the event at the tunnels to ensure a parking spot. This parking pass provides the ability to drive in and out of the infield as you please.
Stadium parking is available in Lot 1, just outside of the Florida Hospital injector on Sunday, December 4
On Sunday, the stadium will open at 9am for Ferrari Challenge World Finals, with parking outside the stadium available for just $10 daily.
In addition, trams will run from the stadium to the infield, making transportation easy and convenient for all fans. Be sure to download the Daytona International Speedway mobile app to assist you in navigating the property.
For the first time ever, the Ferrari Finali Mondiali comes to North America. Come see Formula One, GT, XX Programme and Challenge cars on the legendary banks of DAYTONA, December 1-4.
Get your tickets today at 1-800-PITSHOP or at daytonainternationalspeedway.com.
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