Truly a 4th of July weekend celebration unlike any other, the Coke Zero 400 proved to be full of excitement. The largest fireworks show in the Southeast capped off a day that included a racing doubleheader, a patriotic pre-race show, Dale Jr.'s final DAYTONA race, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s first DAYTONA win and the largest fireworks show in the Southeast.
Following the weekend, we asked you, the fans, to send in your favorites photos from the memorable holiday weekend. A few of our favorites are below.
Interested in returning next year? The renewal period for tickets to the 2017 Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola will run from late August until September. Watch your mailboxes around that time or stay connected with Daytona International Speedway via Twitter and Facebook for more information.
8.30.20207-time Champion Jimmie Johnson Eliminated from Playoff Contention in Final Full-Time Season
8.29.2020Haley beneficiary of last-lap wreck between Kaulig Racing teammates
8.29.2020AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR’S AKBAR GBAJABIAMILA AND MATT ISEMAN TO SERVE AS GRAND MARSHALS FOR COKE ZERO SUGAR 400 AT DAYTONA
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8.26.2020TRIBUTE TO A CHAMPION – JIMMIE JOHNSON TO BE HONORED ON LAP 48 OF SATURDAY’S COKE ZERO SUGAR 400 AT DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
Fans in Attendance Can “Stand and Salute” the 2-time DAYTONA 500 Champion and Winner of the 2013 Coke Zero Sugar 400 on Lap 48; Chevrolet Injector to Feature Johnson’s No. 48 car