Directions & Parking

Please find detailed information regarding parking at Daytona International Speedway below. 

COKE ZERO SUGAR 400

TRACKSIDE PARKING

TRACKSIDE PARKING - LOT 1 & LOT 4

SOLD OUT FOR SATURDAY, 8/28 

With the rain that we had tonight and earlier this week, fans that have purchased paid parking in Lot 4 will have the ability to park in either Lot 1 or Lot 4 tomorrow with their Lot 4 parking pass.

Parking in both lots will be available on a first-come, first-park basis, and passes will be required to enter both lots.

Fans can still purchase infield car parking for $40 at either Tunnel 1 or Tunnel 4 tomorrow.

Give us a call at 1-800-PITSHOP for more information.

FREE PARKING

Friday, August 27 

Free parking for the Wawa 250 Powered by Coca-Cola will be located in Lot 3, across the street from the Speedway, located at ONE DAYTONA.

Saturday, August 28

Free parking for the Coke Zero Sugar 400 is in Lot 7, located on Clyde Morris Blvd. Busses will shuttle fans from Lot 7 to One Daytona for drop off and pick up.

DIRECTIONS TO LOT 7

The Speedway, Daytona Beach Police and Florida Highway Patrol recommend the following directions:

ADA

ADA PARKING

ADA Parking is FREE and available in Lot 1 and Lot 4 on a first come, first serve basis.

See below for more information on ADA Parking.

INFIELD

Infield Camping Entry

  • ​Entry for campers will be via Gate 40 on Williamson Blvd.
  • Camper move-in times are below:
    • Tuesday, August 24
      • GEICO Park West RV - 10:00 AM 
      • Gecko Shore Lake Lloyd - 1:00 PM 
      • Red Premium RV - 1:00 PM
      • Yellow Premium RV - 1:00 PM
    • Wednesday, August 25
      • Red & Yellow RV - 9:00 AM
      • Green RV - 9:00 AM 
      • Orange Tent - 9:00 AM
  • Camper move-out is Sunday, August 29 

RIDESHARE AND BUS

Looking to take a ride share to the track for Coke Zero Sugar 400 weekend?

Our official drop off/pick up point is located at the Shoppes at One Daytona, located on the corner of International Speedway Blvd and Bill France Blvd.

Bus parking is located in Lot 1.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

511 TRAFFIC UPDATES

Check traffic before heading to Daytona International Speedway to arrive safely and on time! Get free traffic updates in and around Daytona Beach by calling 511 toll free, visiting FL511.com or checking the free Florida 511 mobile app. You also can get traffic updates on Twitter by following:

LOCAL INFO

PARKING MAP

FACILITY MAP

GOLF CARTS

ASSISTANCE GOLF CARTS 

A fleet of golf carts are utilized during major event days to assist disabled guests, free of charge, to certain destinations around property. The Assistance Golf Carts operate on a dedicated route across the Speedway's frontstretch, with pick up and drop off locations located near the Lot 1 and Lot 4 ADA accessible parking areas. 

JOYRIDE - GOLF CART TAXI SERVICE

Looking to hop a ride on a golf cart to get around the World Center of Racing on a race weekend? Call Joyride at 833-654-RIDE (833-654-7433) to hail a ride! Each ride costs just $3 per person, per ride. 

TRAMS & BUSES

LOT 1 TRAM PLAZA 

Located near the AdventHealth Injector gate this tram plaza provides direct routes to the infield and UNOH Fanzone, as well as to Lot 6 parking. 

INFIELD SHUTTLE BUS

Located inside of the Turn 4 tunnel, the infield shuttle bus pick-up/drop-off location is on the right by the Information Booth. This shuttle runs through the infield, with drop off points at the UNOH Fanzone and Turn 1 GEICO Yellow Campgrounds. 

ADA PARKING

ACCESSIBLE PARKING INFORMATION

Please read this information closely prior to arriving at the "World Center of Racing."

  • Available on the following days:

    • Bluegreen Vacations Duel At DAYTONA
    • NextEra Energy 250
    • Beef. It's What's For Dinner. 300 & Lucas Oil 200 Driven By General Tire Doubleheader
    • DAYTONA 500
    • Wawa 250 Powered By Coca-Cola
    • Coke Zero Sugar 400

    LOT 1
    Reserved accessible parking for designated ADA seating areas for ticket holders in the following sections:
    143 – 180
    342 – 394
    442 – 491

    Lot 1 is located outside Turn 1 at the intersection of International Speedway Boulevard and Turn One Drive.

    LOT 4
    Reserved accessible parking for designated ADA seating areas for ticket holders in the following sections:
    111 – 139
    309 – 335
    413 – 439

    Lot 4 is located at the intersection of International Speedway Boulevard and Midway Avenue.

  • GENERAL ACCESSIBLE PARKING LOTS:
    General accessible parking for guests with disabilities is available on a first-come, first-parked basis in the following locations:

    LOT 6
    Located on the backstretch, enter via gate 70 (Accessible tram transportation is provided from this lot to the Lot 1 Tram Plaza for seating access and to UNOH Fanzone for UNOH Fanzone and Pre-Race with proper wristband).

    ON LEADING EVENT DAYS BEFORE THE DAYTONA 500 AND COKE ZERO SUGAR 400, LIMITED GENERAL ACCESSIBLE PARKING WILL BE AVAILABLE IN:

    LOT 1
    Located at the intersection of International Speedway Blvd and Turn 1 Drive.

    Note: Due to limited availability, this general accessible parking area fills very early on leading event days. (General accessible parking is not available in this lot on the day of the DAYTONA 500)

    LOT 4
    Located in the former Midway display area at the intersection of International Speedway Blvd and Midway Avenue.

    Note: Due to limited availability, this general accessible parking area fills very early on leading event days. Access to this parking lot on leading event days will still require the purchase of a Trackside Parking Pass. (General accessible parking is not available in this lot on the day of the DAYTONA 500)

  • LAW ENFORCEMENT CHECKS

    An authorized state-issued accessible parking placard or license plate is required to park in designated accessible parking areas, and by state law the person who the pass is issued to must be present in the vehicle. Law Enforcement Officers will be performing checks to ensure that person is present in the vehicle.

    CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS ONLY

    Accessible (disabled permit or license) parking areas are designated for car and light truck (e.g. pickup trucks) vehicles. Oversize vehicles will be directed to alternate areas.

    ARRIVE EARLY

    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

    A fleet of golf carts are utilized during major event days at Daytona International Speedway to assist disabled guests, free of charge, to certain destinations throughout the property. Once parked, guests may visit one of the ADA Cart Shuttle Stop locations (identified with an “S” on the event’s “Transportation Map” in the Parking Guide that comes with each guest’s ticket package or on the “Facility Map” in the Insider’s Guide and Ultimate Event Guide).

    Assistance Golf Carts operate on a dedicated route across the Speedway’s Frontstretch, similar to a city bus route, identified with the red line on the “Transportation Map”, only making stops at the “S” identified locations.

    FOR ASSISTANCE INTO THE INFIELD:

    A dedicated wheelchair accessible golf cart is positioned at the “S” location outside the Turn 4 Tunnel for wheelchair transport service through the tunnel. Guests will need to transfer to the Infield Shuttle Bus for assistance further into the infield. Please note our carts do not venture further than the Infield Shuttle Bus stop, indicated by an “IS” inside the Turn 4 Tunnel.

    Guests also have the option to enter the infield via the Lot 1 Tram Plaza. Wheelchair accessible trams and ADA mini vans operate from the Lot 1 Tram Plaza to the UNOH Fanzone or the Lot 6 Tram Plaza.

    During peak times, guests should expect delays and use of these carts is restricted to the disabled guest and one companion so that we may assist everyone. For the safety of all guests, disability assistance carts may not be operational immediately following the conclusion of the event due to a high volume of pedestrian traffic; DIS staff will determine when conditions are safe to resume operations.