At the heart of Daytona International Speedway lies the Axalta Injector. With the hub of Midway activity happening just outside, the inside of the injector features spectacular sightlines overlooking the start/finish line and premier merchandise areas, concession stands and the Bud Light and Budweiser Bars
World Center of Racing
This open-air, indoor/outdoor option provides fans with spectacular sights including an eye-level view of the flagstand, allowing for unprecedented views of the start/finish line. This massive entertainment space is roughly the area of two football fields where race fans can celebrate the history and legacy of racing at the iconic motorsports venue. Fans can socialize and enjoy themselves in this area prior to, during and after a race.
"We Coat It" Displays
You enjoy it and Axalta coats it. From motorcycles to trucks, cars, wheels and much more, check out the wide variety of high-performance machinery for which Axalta provide innovative, colorful, beautiful coating.
Dale Jr. Car
Making for a great photo is a replica of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s No. 88 Chevrolet SS, sitting just outside the entrance of the Axalta Injector.
Be sure to have fun and get a picture in the selfie station, complete with a giant Axalta helmet.
Jeff Gordon Cars
Inside the injector are two replicas of Jeff Gordon's famous No. 24 Chevrolet, with both his rainbow warrior design and his flames design on display.
You can experience this injector for yourself. Check out all of the upcoming events at Daytona International Speedway.
8.11.2020Save the Best for Last: Goldsmith Claims Final NASCAR Daytona Beach-Road Course Victory Before Series Moves to New Daytona International Speedway
Outduels Hard Charger Curtis Turner by Just Five Car Lengths in 1958 Farewell Race to the Sand
8.7.2020A Decade of Great Moments: NASCAR’s Top Series Wrote History on the Daytona Beach-Road Course from 1949-58 Before Moving to Superspeedway
Iconic Names Had Success on the 4.1-mile Layout; Today’s Stars Will Make the NASCAR Cup Series Return to Road Course Racing in Daytona Beach at Daytona International Speedway’s Trioval/Road Course on Aug. 16
8.6.2020The Birthplace of Speed – Daytona Beach - Welcomes Road Course Racing in the 1930s as NASCAR Founder Bill France Sr. Begins Promotion of a Sport he loves
NASCAR Set to Make its Historic Return to Road Course Racing in Daytona Beach at Daytona International Speedway’s Trioval/Road Course on Aug. 14-16
6.17.2020Daytona International Speedway Reopens Ticket & Tours Building, Pit Shop Retail Location and Motorsports Hall of Fame of America MuseumOperations will Feature New Health and Safety Protocols