Parking is something that can always be a hassle for big events, but Daytona International Speedway has you covered. From free parking with shuttle services to infield spots and even ADA options, we have everything you need to make your race day more simple and stress-free.
Be sure to budget your time properly as many others will be on their way to experience the world’s only motorsports stadium. Get the parking details out of the way early, so you can spend the bulk of your day enjoying exciting racing action. See some of the top things to do that you’ll want to make time for during Speedweeks.
Take advantage of free parking
Free parking is available in Daytona International Speedway’s Lot 7, 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.
For your parking and navigation needs, download all of the event maps here.
Use shuttle service & pedestrian bridge
After parking in Lot 7, make your way to the park-and-ride pick-up location, where buses will be on-hand to pick you up and drop you off in Lot 2, just across International Speedway Boulevard from the stadium. From that point, you will be directed to walk across the pedestrian bridge, which will bring you directly outside of the Toyota Injector Gate.
To make things even easier on race day, infield parking for cars, trucks or vans is available for purchase at the Turn 1 and Turn 4 tunnels beginning at 6AM on Sunday, February 26, 2017 for just $55 per car with an admission ticket.
Download the DIS mobile app
Lot 7 is quite large and after enjoying hours of racing action, as light has turned to dark, you want to make it as easy as possible to locate your car. Download the Daytona International Speedway Mobile App and you’ll be able to drop a pin in the exact GPS location of your parked car, guiding you back to it when you return. Following the event, location assistance will work in all parking lots. The app is simply a must-have for those looking to make their race day experience even smoother. In addition, the app - available for download on both Apple and Android devices - provides step-by-step navigation, interactive facility maps, customizable daily schedules and much more!
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