Daytona International Speedway welcomes its guests with disabilities and provides numerous accessible features. If you have any questions about disability services or other fan amenities that the Speedway provides, please do not hesitate to ask a member of our staff, during events visit oru Information Booths located throughout the property or call our office at 386-681-6888 or TTY/TDD 1-866-ISC-TRAK (472-8725).
Access to the following disabled assistance services at the Speedway are available to any Guest that identifies that they are disabled. The Guest & a companion may step in line, in the order that they arrived, for accessing that service. NO further proof of a Guest’s disability or a pass may be requested.
ASSISTANCE GOLF CARTS
Assistance golf carts may be requested at any of the Speedway’s Information Booths on the outside of the track (locations shown on the facility map). Based on the order of a disabled Guest’s arrival at an Information Booth, they may register for and line up for an assistance cart ride to the Information Booth closest to their destination.
Should the disabled Guest need assistance from a location other than an Information Booth, a member of the Guest’s party may go to the nearest information booth on the outside of the track and request a cart for assistance. The family member may then line up in the order that they arrived at the booth and then when their cart arrives be transported to the disabled Guest’s location for transport assistance.
At peak times, delays may be expected due to the volume of Guests in line for transport, the number of pedestrians and other vehicles the carts must share the pathways with, particularly pre and post race when cart operations are restricted in certain areas for all Guests safety. As soon as the safe-to-return-to-full-operation notice is issued by security, carts change from limited routes to full operation and will continue to run until all Guests in queue have been assisted.
Some seating is accessible via elevator service. If an elevator goes to the Guest’s ticketed seating area, the Guest and a companion may access that elevator. Should an elevator attendant identify that the elevator is restricted for certain Guests use, a
Guest may identify that they are disabled and by our policies no further proof of that disability or a pass may be requested. The following elevators provide access to the listed grandstand seating areas:
East Elevator – located behind Sprint Tower, near sections R-U. Provides access to Sprint and Earnhardt Towers (all grandstand seating sections) and Weatherly Tower (grandstand seating sections A-C) and Campbell Grandstands.
West Elevator – located behind Petty Tower, near sections X-Z. Provides access to Sprint and Petty Towers (all grandstand seating sections), Roberts Chair (rows 1-13), and Campbell Gtandstands.
East Sprint Tower Elevator – located inside the East entrance of the tower. Provides access to Sprint and Petty Tower (all grandstand seating sections), Roberts Tower (sections J, K & L), plus Sprint Tower suites (500, 600, 700 levels), and Campbell suites (200 Level)
West Sprint Tower Elevator – located inside the West entrance of the tower. Provides access to Sprint Tower suites (500, 600 levels) and Campbell suites (200 Level). Note: This elevator does not service grandstand seating areas.
Backstretch Elevators – located on the Backstretch under the Lund Grandstands. Provide access to disabled seating in Terrace level. The Backstretch elevator farthest west will access the restrooms on the second level. See the Speedway representative on Level 3 for assistance.
Pit Road Patios – (infield) elevator located on the East and West ends
Grandstand seating not accessible via elevators: Lockhart, Keech, Segrave, Roberts Chair & Box, Roberts Tower (sections A - I), Campbell, Weatherly Chair & Box, Weatherly Tower (sections D - N), DePalma, or Oldfield.
Sprint FANDECK - located east of Goodyear Legends Lane in the Sprint FANZONE
Grandstand seating not accessible via elevators: Lockhart, Keech, Segrave, Roberts Box (rows 14-22), Roberts Tower (sections A-I), Campbell, Weatherly Chari & Box (rows 1-22), Weatherly Tower (sections D-N), DePalma, or Oldfield.
Contact the Chamber of Commerce in Daytona Beach at 386-255-0981 for rental referrals.
TTY/TDD TELEPHONE LINES
Located at the Guest Services desk inside the Daytona International Speedway Tours & Ticketing Lobby and in the Infield Care Center.
The Speedway recognizes the importance of service animals in assisting guests with visual and other impairments. These animals are welcomed throughout the property, but under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered at all times, unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work or the individual's disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls. Guests are required to bring their own pet waste disposal bags. Guests who bring service animals may request Accessible seating to accommodate the service animals safely and comfortably.
An authorized state-issued sticker, placard or license plate is required to park in designated accessible areas and the person who the pass is issued to must be in the vehicle. Law Enforcement Officers will perform checks to ensure that this person is present in the vehicle.
All of the Speedway's event parking areas are free of charge. The size of the race event and traffic patterns may impact your parking location. General parking in the Speedway's accessible lots fill quickly so guests with disabilities are advised to arrive early on race days.
Accessible parking lot locations have changed for 2014 Coke Zero 400 Weekend due to the DAYTONA Rising frontstretch redevelopment construction. Please read this information closely prior to arriving at the World Center of Racing and refer to the map on the reverse side for more information.
Reserved Accessible Parking Lots are available on the following days:
Friday, July 4 - Subway Firecracker 250 Powered By Coca-Cola
Saturday, July 5 - Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola
General parking for Speedway guests with disabilities is available on a first-come, first-parked basis in the Turn 1 Plaza, IMC Lot and Lot 6. Turn 1 Plaza and Lot 6 each have tram plazas for easy access between them and to Sprint FANZONE.
Important note: Due to the DAYTONA Rising construction, Lot 1A is no longer available for accessible parking.
International Motorsports Center (IMC) – New Location for 2014
Reserved handicap parking for wheelchair accessible and designated ADA seating areas for ticket holders in Earnhardt Tower, Weatherly, DePalma and Oldfield grandstands. The IMC Lot is located directly across International Speedway Boulevard and former Lot 1, near the Turn 4 grandstands. Access to this lot is available at the intersection of International Speedway Boulevard and Daytona Boulevard (next to the International Motorsports Center – the large glass building across from the Speedway) or off of Bill France Blvd and Avenue B. Once parked, you can access the Speedway by crossing International Speedway Boulevard at Daytona Boulevard, which is located directly across from grandstand admission gates 6 and 8. Transportation to the Speedway is not available from this lot.
Daytona International Speedway Tours and Ticket Office (Lot 1A)
Due to the DAYTONA Rising construction, Lot 1A is no longer available for accessible parking.
Frontstretch (Turn 1 Plaza)
Reserved handicap parking for wheelchair accessible and designated ADA seating areas for ticket holders in Campbell, Sprint Tower, Petty Tower, Roberts, Segrave, Keech and Lockhart grandstands. Located behind the Turn 1 grandstands at the intersection of International Speedway Boulevard and Turn One Drive.
Backstretch (Lot 6)
General accessible parking is available for all Coke Zero 400 weekend event days in Lot 6 when the Turn 1 Plaza general accessible parking areas are full. Tram transportation to the Frontstretch and Sprint FANZONE is available from this lot. Located on the Backstretch and is accessible through Gate 50 from Midway Avenue.
Law Enforcement Checks
An authorized state-issued sticker, placard or license plate is required to park in designated accessible areas and the person who the pass is issued to must be in the vehicle. Law Enforcement Officers will perform checks to ensure that this person is present in the vehicle. Violation may result in confiscation of placard.
Cars and Light Trucks Only
Accessible parking areas are for cars and light trucks (pick-ups and vans) only. Oversized vehicles such as RV’s, are not permitted and will be directed to alternate areas.
All of the Speedway’s event parking areas are free of charge. The size of the race event and traffic patterns may impact your parking location. General parking in the Speedway’s accessible lots fill quickly so guests with disabilities are advised to arrive early on race days.
Disability Assistance Carts
Visit a Speedway Information boot for transportation assistance aroundaround the property using one of our disability assistance carts. Guests should expect delays during peak times. In order to service everyone at peak times, use of these carts is restricted to the disabled guest and one companion. For the safety of all guests, disability assistance carts operate a limited route between gates 6,8 & 18 and another between gates 32,22, and the Northwest side of the Frontstretch Hospitality Village up to one hour before the event until green flag and again at the checkered flag. They resume full route operation again one hours after the checkered flag.
For a detailed parking map, please visit our MAPS page.