Several varied parking options are available for Speedweeks 2018. While you can find all the official parking info and maps here, there are a few key things that are helpful to know, wherever you plan to park.
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Be sure to budget your time properly as many others will be on their way to experience Speedweeks 2018 at the world’s only motorsports stadium. Get the parking details out of the way early, so you can spend the rest of your day enjoying exciting racing action.
Be sure to download the Daytona International Speedway Mobile App – now integrated with WAZE – the world’s largest community-based traffic and navigation app, delivering real-time traffic and road info to save you time.
Park closer than ever throughout Speedweeks with Lot 5 parking. Your car will be just steps away from the track, with a location just outside the Turn 4 tunnel. Lot 5 is strictly daily car parking ONLY and a separate admission is required to access the infield and stadium. No RV's, 5th wheel vehicles or over-sized vehicles of any kind will be permitted. Lot 5 parking is currently Lot 5 is sold out for the DAYTONA 500 but parking access for other Speedweeks events is available for just $30.
This option, available for the DAYTONA 500, makes for the easiest access to the race as you are within easy walking distance of all the exciting action. Fans that have purchased an Infield Parking Pass will have access to the infield beginning at 6 a.m. on Sunday, February 18 through the Turn 4 or Turn 1 Tunnels. Parking is limited to cars, trucks or vans. RVs or campers must purchase an infield camping site.
Infield parking is available for $60 per car with a DAYTONA 500 stadium or infield admission ticket.
Free parking for the ARCA Lucas Oil 200 Driven by General Tire Qualifying on Friday, Feb. 9 and for the race on Saturday, Feb. 10 will be in Lot 5 located outside Turn 4. Free Parking for the DAYTONA 500 Qualifying Presented By Kroger/Advance Auto Parts Clash doubleheader will in in Lot 2, located across the street from the Speedway in behind One DAYTONA.
Free parking is available in Daytona International Speedway’s Lot 7 for the Can-Am Duel, NextEra Energy Resources 250, PowerShares QQQ 300 and DAYTONA 500, located at the intersection of Bill France Boulevard and N Clyde Morris Boulevard. You are welcome to park elsewhere with other vendors, but this is the only official general free fan parking lot for Daytona International Speedway.
The Lot 7 free park-and-ride service before and after the race will get you to and from the Speedway in approximately 12 minutes. Please note that after the race, the park & ride buses generally take 30-45 minutes to board and return to the parking lot.
To expedite departing Lot 7, we recommend using the NORTH EXIT onto LPGA Blvd and then travel East. Most fans are attempting to exit onto Clyde Morris and travel West to the nearest exit ramps onto I-95 and I-4. Going East on LPGA Blvd will significantly reduce your wait time. Once you exit the lot and travel East you can go North or South on Nova Rd (SR 5A) or Ridgewood Ave (US 1) to connect to the nearby highways to reach your final destination.
DAYTONA provides guests with ADA needs with multiple free parking options. General free daily parking will be in the Lot 4 and 5, located outside of Turn 4 at the intersection of International Speedway Boulevard and Midway Avenue for the ARCA Lucas Oil 200 Driven by General Tire and DAYTONA 500 Qualifying Presented By Kroger/Advance Auto Parts Clash doubleheader.
General free daily parking for ADA for the Can-Am Duel, NextEra Energy Resources 250, PowerShares QQQ 300 and DAYTONA 500 will be in Lot 6. Lot 4 will have ADA reserved accessible parking for guests with designated ADA seating area ticket holders in sections 111-139, 309-335 and 413-439. Lot 1 will have ADA reserved accessible parking for guests with designated ADA seating area ticket holders in sections 143-180, 342-394 and 442-491. Limited number of general ADA spots for the Can-Am Duel, NextEra Energy Resources 250 and PowerShares QQQ 300 available in Lot 1.
A fleet of golf carts will be utilized to assist disabled guests, free of charge, to certain destinations throughout the property. Once parked, guests may visit one of the ADA Cart Shuttle Stop locations (identified with an “S” on the event’s “Transportation Map” in the Parking Guide that comes with each guest’s ticket package or on the “Facility Map” in the Insider’s Guide and Ultimate Event Guide.
Assistance Golf Carts operate on a dedicated route across the Speedway’s Frontstretch, similar to a city bus route, identified with the red line on the “Transportation Map”, only making stops at the “S” identified locations.
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