- Event Experience
- Food & Beverage
- Ticket Info
- Transportation & Parking
- Schedule Updates
- Safety/Lost & Found
- What can I bring into the stadium at DAYTONA
- Can I bring a stroller with me into the stadium?
- How do I access the infield?
- What gate should I enter?
- How do I find my seat?
- How do I get access to pit road and the frontstretch to sign the start/finish line?
- Can I be in Gatorade Victory Lane to see the winner?
- Where are the restrooms located throughout the stadium?
- Are there ATMs available?
- Where is the best place to buy merchandise?
- How wide are the seats?
- Where can I smoke at DAYTONA?
- If I leave in the middle of a race can I get back in?
- Important Daytona International Speedway Phone Numbers (including those for the hearing impaired)
Please view our gate policies for a list of what is permitted and what is prohibited at Daytona International Speedway.
Strollers are allowed in the stadium but not in the seating area. You may store your stroller at a Guest Services Booth.
If you are camping at Daytona International Speedway, the tow pass that is included in your package will allow you to drive through Turn 1 or Turn 4 tunnel. If you are in a vehicle larger than a standard car, please use Turn 1 tunnel.
If you have a UNOH Fanzone/Pre-Race wristband, you may access the area via:
- Lot 1 Tram Plaza (tram ride) - Transports to/from the UNOH Fanzone entrance & frontstretch near the Florida Hospital gate.
- Turn 1 Tunnel or Turn 4 Tunnel Pedestrian Gates (walk-in_ - Infield Shuttle Bus stops are located inside each tunnel.
- Track Crossover Gates (walk over track) - Stadium guests may access track crossover gates (locations outlined below) during pre-race ceremonies, schedule & weather permitting.
- Gate A (ADA accessible via Ground Level): Sections 162-163, 165-166, 168-169, 169-170
- Gate B: Sections 155-156, 157-158
- Gate C: Sections 150-151, 153-154
- Gate D: Sections 146-147, 149-150
- Gate E: Sections 142-143, 145-146
- Gate F: Sections 138-139, 141-142
- Gate G: Sections 134-135, 137-138
- Gate H (ADA accessible via Ground Level): Sections 128-129, 131-132
To assist you in locating your seats, we have included the recommended gate entrance closest to your section on the back of your event tickets and also in the grid below. Please refer to the facility map for gate locations.
- Sunoco Gate: Sections 108-121, 308-325, 408-425
- Toyota Gate: Sections 122-135, 326-339, 426-439
- Axalta Gate: Sections 136-156, 340-362, 440-462
- Chevrolet Gate: Sections 157-170, 363-378, 463-478
- Florida Hospital Gate: Sections 171-184, 379-395, 479-495
- Trioval Club, High Banks & Midway Suite guests should enter at the Hospitality & Trioval Club gate located at the Axalta Injector.
- Rolex 24 Lounge, Sky Suite & France Suite customers should enter at the Suite Tower gate located at the Axalta Injector.
Signage is available throughout the stadium concourses to assist you in locating your seat. You can also download the DIS mobile app for directions, check out our stadium maps at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/maps or ask a Guest Services Fan Crew member to assist you.
Access to pit road and the frontstretch, as well as all of the amenities found inside the UNOH Fanzone, is available to those guests who purchase UNOH Fanzone/Pre-Race access in addition to your race ticket.
Guests do have the opportunity to be a part of Gatorade Victory Lane celebrations for select races by purchasing a DAYTONA 500 Club hospitality package. To learn more about this package, visit our hospitality page or give us a call at 1-800-PITSHOP.
Restrooms are located on every concourse level within the stadium and signage will direct you to these restrooms. You may also visit our concourse maps on www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/maps, download the DIS Mobile App for step-by-step directions to the nearest restroom or ask a Guest Services Fan Crew member to help you.
Yes, ATMs are located throughout the stadium and also on the side of each ticket office located at the Chevrolet gate, Axalta gate and Toyota gate.
Merchandise locations are available throughout the concourses of the stadium. During NASCAR event, Fanatics Trackside will be open near the Axalta Injector. Visitors to DAYTONA throughout the year can also visit the Pit Shop, which is located inside the DIS Ticket & Tours Building at the corner of Bill France Blvd. and International Speedway Blvd.
The new seats are now 20 or 21 inches wide. We have a limited number of seats with moveable arm rests. If you want to purchase one of these seats, please call 1-800-PITSHOP to speak with a ticket agent.
As a direct result of fan feedback, stadium seating at Daytona International Speedway continues to be smoke free, including electronic cigarettes. We provide designated smoking areas throughout the property where our fans who smoke may continue to do so. These locations are clearly marked with signage. Please see a Stadium Fan Crew member or Stadium Security officer for assistance with directions to the nearest designated smoking area. Electronic cigarettes included.
All ticketed fans are allowed to exit and re-enter the property during all events. Upon exit, have your ticket scanned out, and then scanned in upon re-entry. Fans with bags will have their bag searched every time they re-enter. If you are camping with us, your infield wristband and parking pass attached to your tow vehicle will allow you to leave and re-enter the property. If you leave, however, with your pop-up, RV, etc. you will not be allowed to re-enter.
Speedway Dispatch for Police-Fire-Medical
- Regular Telephone # 386-681-3333
- Hearing impaired TTY # 386-681-4257
DIS & ISC Ticket Purchases
- Regular Telephone # 877-306-7223
- Hearing impaired TTY # 386-472-8725
Speedway Tours and other Speedway non-Emergency or non-Ticket inquiries, plus for Hearing Impaired Guests to make outbound calls while on site @ DIS, during Tours lobby hours.
- Hearing impaired TTY # 386-681-5093
Speedway Infield Care Center (major event weekends only when the Care Center is staffed & open) for the medical team’s use in communicating with patients’ hearing impaired relatives back @ home, plus for Hearing Impaired Guests to make outbound calls while staying in the infield, during Care Center hours.
- Hearing Impaired TTY # 386-681-0009
FOOD & BEVERAGE
- What type of food options are available and where do I find them?
- Are there a lot of concession stands available inside the stadium?
- Are there water fountains around the stadium?
- Are there any all-inclusive food and beverage options?
We provide a wide variety of food and beverage options throughout the Midway, the infield and inside the stadium. Prior to each event, we'll post a concessions map on our maps page with a complete list of available concession items and their corresponding location. In addition, we encourage you to download the DIS mobile app, which provides the ability to search for specific foods and beverages and their locations, as well as directions to each concession stand. As a reminder, you can also bring your own food and beverages with you inside a soft-sided cooler that is smaller than 14x14x14.
Thanks to DAYTONA Rising, we now have three times as many concession stands as we've had in the past. Each provides unique menu items to meet your needs while attending our events.
Water fountains are located throughout the concourses inside the stadium.
We provide multiple hospitality options for each of our events. Visit www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/hospitality or give us a call at 1-800-PITSHOP for more information.
- Can I purchase UNOH Fanzone/Pre-Race access when I get to the Speedway?
- Are there tickets still available?
- Where is the ticket office located?
- What is your ticket exchange/refund policy?
- Can I purchase ticket insurance?
- Where is the Daytona International Speedway Credential Office located?
UNOH Fanzone wristbands are available for purchase at all ticket office locations along the frontstretch as well as the UNOH Fanzone entrance if you are already in the infield. There are times when UNOH Fanzone access sells out, so we recommend you purchase prior to arriving at DAYTONA.
Yes, at this time there are tickets still available for all events at Daytona International Speedway. You may purchase tickets by clicking BUY TICKETS at the top of the page, calling 1-800-PITSHOP or by visiting our ticket office at 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32114.
The ticket office is located at 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32114 by the Turn 4 tunnel and inside the DIS Ticket & Tours Building. Additional ticket office locations at the Chevrolet Gate, Axalta Gate and Toyota Gate are also available during select DIS events to purchase tickets the day of event.
All Sales Final - No Refunds - No Exchanges
The date and time of the event(s) listed are subject to change by Daytona International Speedway and/or sanctioning body of the particular event. The holder assumes responsibility for verifying the dates and times of the event(s) prior to travel or other arrangements in connection with the event(s). Daytona International Speedway is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets.
Race tickets with insurance are available for all major events at Daytona International Speedway. Ticket Insurance is available from TicketGuardian at www.ticketguardian.net/isc or by calling TicketGuardian at 1-844-849-4827.
The credential office is located at 2013 Dunn Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114.
TRANSPORATION & PARKING
- Where do I park during events at DAYTONA?
- How do I get traffic updates during events?
- What is the best way to exit Lot 7 following the race?
- Does DAYTONA provide trams to move around the Speedway?
FREE parking is available for most of Daytona International Speedway events. Lots vary by event, so please refer to the directions & parking page on our site for specific parking details for the event you are planning to attend.
Turn your dial to Daytona's NASCAR Connection - WNDB on 1150AM & 93.5FM before and after the event for the latest traffic information. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) offers advice for navigating Florida roadways on the way to the DAYTONA 500 by dialing 511, Florida's free traffic information system. Information available through the 511 system includes travel delays, traffic crashes, roadway blockages and lane closures. Once in the Daytona area, callers can get detailed regional information on roads leading to the Speedway, such as I-4 and I-95. Also visit www.FL511.com for 511 tips and incident reports, and to register for My Florida 511 customized routes.
After the race, listen to the 511 system for traffic updates before exiting the parking lots. Daytona Beach Police Dept. and the Florida Highway Patrol recommend you access the fastest and least congested routes to the north, west and south of the Speedway by heading East to Nova Road (Rte 5A). From Nova Road you can go north or south to US 1 and access 1-95 and 1-4 at several different locations.
The Speedway provides FREE tram service between the Frontstretch, Backstretch and the UNOH Fanzone to assist guests. Trams run continuously starting when the UNOH Fanzone opens until approximately two hours post-race or until the tram queue is empty. The frontstretch tram plaza is located in Lot 1, near the Florida Hospital gate, and provides direct transportation to and from the UNOH Fanzone. Guests must have an infield admission or UNOH Fanzone/Pre-Race access to board the tram
DIS provides transportation throughout the infield with the Infield Shuttle Bus, which runs along Lake Lloyd Road with multiple stops including the UNOH Fanzone.
We will make every effort to run the event during its scheduled day and time. If an event is postponed, Daytona International Speedway and the sanctioning body will work together to determine a rescheduled date as close to the original day as possible. In the event of postponement of the race, the ticket you purchased will be honored on the date the race is held. While it's rare, there is always a chance for a delayed or postponed event so we do encourage guests to consider this when making travel arrangements. As a reminder, All Ticket Sales Are Final - No Money Refunded - No Exchanges. To protect your investment and learn more about ticket insurance please click here for more info.
DAYTONA provides multiple ways to stay up-to-date on schedule changes, traffic and other event-related details, including:
- Text DISINFO to 69050 to receive event-related text messages on your phone, including schedule changes, gate opening times, traffic updates and more.
- Download DAYTONA's FREE mobile app, abailable in the iTunes Store or Google Play. Features include an interactive GPS map, turn-by-turn wayfinding, push notifcations with event updates, a schedule builder, news feeds and more.
- Follow DAYTONA on Twitter @DISupdates and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/daytonainternationalspeedway.
- Sign-up to receive DAYTONA's monthly e-newsletter!
- Tune your radio to 107.9 to hear DAYTONA's public address sytem throughout the event. Looking for traffic updates? Turn your radio dial to Daytona's NASCAR Connection - WNDB on 1150AM & 93.5FM before and after the event for the latest traffic information.
SAFETY/LOST & FOUND
- What is the emergency contact info at DAYTONA?
- Where do I find a first aid station while at DAYTONA?
- Where can I go to locate a lost item?
- Are child safety/identification wristbands available?
In the case of an emergency, contact a Speedway representative immediately at 386-681-3333. For non-emergencies you may contact Security at 386-681-6755. If you observe illegal or otherwise inappropriate activity, please contact a Speedway representative immediately. Only in emergency situations will the Speedway attempt to page guests. All paging is coordinated through Speedway Security (NOTE: Non-emergency pages cannot be accommodated and paging is not done during an event.)
You can also text us for assistance while at DAYTONA.
Send text messages to 69050.
In body of text message:
- Type DISFAN
- Add a space after DISFAN
- Type your Issue or Need and Location
- Press Send
Florida Hospital First Aid Stations are located throughout the stadium. A fully staffed Florida Hospital Care Center is positioned in the infield, as well as on the frontstretch near the Toyota gate. See the facility map for First Aid Station locations or stop by the nearest Guest Services Booth for directions.
For found items or to claim a lost item, please visit our Lost & Found Page.
Free child safety and identification wristbands (with space to list the child's name, your pre-selected meeting location, the parent/guardian's name and telephone number, medical and other key information) are available at Guest Services Booths and the DIS Ticket & Tours Building Guest Services Desk.