KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

GENERAL INFO

Full entry guidelines, including permitted and prohibited items, are continuously being updated. Please check back prior to your event for more information, or call us at 1-800-PITSHOP.
PERMITTED/PROHIBITED ITEMS
NO SMOKING POLICY

NO SMOKING POLICY

Frontstretch seating is smoke free, including electronic cigarettes. We provide designated smoking areas throughout the facility where our fans who smoke may continue to do so. These locations are clearly marked with signage. Please see an Usher or Security Officer for assistance with directions to the nearest designated smoking area.

PET POLICY

PET POLICY

We recognize pets are like family and want to make your visit to our Speedway the best ever. Since we do have many responsible fans and pet owners, we allow pets in our GEICO Park West and GEICO Infield RV & camping areas.

To make sure we are offering all of our guests the best experience we ask pet owners to follow these policies. If at any time these policies are not adhered to, we will request your pet to be boarded immediately.

  • All pets must stay within your assigned camping spot; do not walk pets along roadways.
  • Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets and must dispose of their waste properly.
  • Pets must be kept on a leash at all times.
  • Please respect your neighbors.
  • Excessive barking or aggressiveness is not permitted.
  • Pets are not allowed in the garages or any restricted access areas.

Service Animals:

  • The Speedway recognizes the importance of service animals in assisting guests with visual and other impairments.
  • These animals are welcomed throughout the property, but must remain leashed and harnessed at all times.
  • Guests are required to bring their own pet waste disposal bags.
  • Guests who bring service animals may request wheelchair seating to accommodate the service animals safely and comfortably.
CODE OF CONDUCT

CODE OF CONDUCT

To ensure a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience for all guests at Daytona International Speedway, the following code of conduct has been established. Each guest is responsible to:

  • Show respect to all guests, Speedway employees and their property

REFRAIN from:

  • Sitting in a reserved seat without the appropriate ticket
  • Unruly, disruptive, verbally abusive, threatening or illegal behavior
  • Foul, abusive or obscene language, gestures, acts, signs or their display on clothing
  • Throwing objects within the venue or onto the racing surface
  • Possession inside the property of items not allowed for gate entry
  • Intoxication to the point of impairment or resulting in irresponsible behavior risking yourself or other guests
  • Fighting, taunting, harassing or threatening other guests
  • Displaying signage or flags that impede sightlines, the event broadcast or on-track competition or contain inappropriate, controversial, prejudicial, obscene or offensive symbols, slogans, language or imagery
  • Any displays of the confederate flag
  • Attempting to interfere with on-track competition

- Observe no smoking policy in all seating areas, inside the entry plaza admission gates, on the escalators or stairs, in elevators and general concourse areas. Smoking is only permitted in marked areas of the concourses

- Comply with all published camping rules

- Follow all instructions of Speedway personnel

- Comply with all local, state and federal law while on the Speedway property

- All persons entering the Speedway are subject to reasonable search to protect the safety of the public and to ensure compliance with this Code of Conduct

- Items intended for sale or trade may not be brought onto Speedway property, including the parking lots, without a written agreement with the Speedway

- The unauthorized resale of tickets in, on or around the Speedway property is not permitted under any circumstances. Persons caught selling tickets in violation may have their tickets and their right to future tickets to the Speedway revoked. To avoid using counterfeit or stolen tickets, please purchase tickets through authorized Speedway ticket outlets only

Speedway management reserves the right to amend these items and has final determination in what is included in each.

Guests are responsible for their own behavior and the behavior of guests who they have provided admissions to. If Speedway staff or Law Enforcement personnel need to respond to and intervene on any of the above prohibited behaviors, those found to be in violation of this Code of Conduct may be subject to ejection without refund. Violations may result in the loss of ticket renewal privileges to future events and/or arrest.

With your help, every guest will have a positive and memorable experience while visiting the World Center of Racing.

ENJOY FREE WI-FI ACCESS POWERED BY VERIZON IN THE VENUE

Stay connected to free WiFi available throughout the venue seating areas and concourses.

Network:  #Daytona_GuestWiFi

GOLF CART

 

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. Operating begins on Thursday August 24th through Saturday August 26th across the Frontstretch from Bill France to AdventHealth Injector & servicing Tunnel 4.

JOYRIDE - GOLF CART TAXI SERVICE

Looking to hop a ride on a golf cart to get around the World Center of Racing during 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. 

SHUTTLE AND TRAM

INFIELD SHUTTLE BUS - PURPLE TRAM

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. 

SCHEDULE:
  • Thursday | 5:30PM-9:30PM
  • Friday | 12:00PM - 10:00PM
  • Saturday | 11:00AM - Lap 130
GREEN TRAM

Located near Lot 6W Tram plaza traveling to Lot 1 Tram Plaza.

SCHEDULE:

  • Friday | 6:00AM
  • Saturday | 6:00AM
YELLOW TRAM

Located near the AdventHealth Injector gate this tram plaza provides direct routes to the infield and UNOH Fanzone.

SCHEDULE:
  • Friday | 1:00PM - 30 Minutes Post-Race
  • Saturday | 2:30PM - 30 Minutes Post-Race
RED TRAM

Located near Lot 6W Tram plaza traveling to Infield Tram Plaza.

SCHEDULE:

  • Friday | 1:00PM
  • Saturday | 1:30PM

FAQS

EVENT EXPERIENCE

What can I bring into the venue at DAYTONA?

Full entry guidelines, including permitted and prohibited items, are continuously being updated.

All fans are allowed to bring their own food and beverages to every event

All fans are allowed to leave and re-enter by showing their valid ticket or credential

Smoking areas are located inside the venue - Smoking is not allowed in the seating areas

 

To provide everyone with a safe environment, the following policies will be in effect:

  • All items brought through any venue admission gate will be subject to inspection
  • The Hard Rock Bet Fanzone abides by these same policies
  • Outside food, beverages, and coolers are prohibited in any of the hospitality areas
  • Daytona International Speedway is not responsible for any lost or damaged items

PERMITTED ITEMS INCLUDE:

  • A maximum of two bags per person are allowed through the admission gates
    • Backpacks, diaper bags, clutch bags, purses, camera bags, and fanny packs are permitted as long as they do not exceed a maximum size of 18 x 18 x 14 inches
    • Soft-sided coolers are permitted as long as they do not exceed a maximum size of 14 x 14 x 14 inches
  • A combination of any of the above-mentioned items will be allowed except for the soft-sided coolers which will be limited to one cooler per guest
  • Sunscreen, sunblock, hand sanitizer, and bug spray (aerosol, gel, or liquid forms)
  • Pre-packaged and sealed food and beverage items in an approved bag or soft-sided cooler, including alcoholic beverages (no glass containers)
  • Ice (dry ice is prohibited)
  • Insulated cups (i.e. YETI, Tervis) – 64 oz. maximum
  • Earplugs, ear muffs, or other types of hearing protection
  • Cameras, binoculars, scanners, and headsets that can be worn over the neck, belt, or carried inside of one of the bags
  • iPads, tablets, and laptop computers
  • Seat cushions without metal components
    • Seat cushions with zippers or pockets will be reviewed on an individual basis
  • Cigarettes and lighters
  • Strollers are admitted, but not in the seating areas
    • Stroller storage areas are located at Guest Services booths inside the venue
  • Blankets and additional clothing
  • Service animals (pertaining to service dogs & service miniature horses only)
  • Nationality flags attached to a pencil-sized wooden stick
    • Flags may not obstruct any other fan’s view of the event

PROHIBITTED ITEMS INCLUDE:

  • Hard-sided coolers regardless of size (styrofoam, plastic, metal, etc.)
  • Any firearm
  • Knives longer than 3 inches in length when closed or longer than 6 inches in length when open
  • Utility tools (multi-purpose tool) with a knife blade longer than 3 inches
  • Displays of the confederate flag
  • Fireworks
  • Glass or ceramic of any kind
  • Dry Ice
  • Umbrellas
  • Fireworks, noisemakers, and air horns
  • Laser pointers
  • Aerosol cans (with the exception of sunscreen, sunblock, hand sanitizer, and bug spray)
  • Selfie Sticks
  • Tripods and monopods (solid or collapsible)
  • Illegal substances of any kind
  • Seat cushions with metal components
  • Collapsible chairs
  • Wagons
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s), also known as drones
  • Frisbees, balloons, beach balls, or any other projectile
  • Skateboards, hoverboards, roller skates, bicycles, or scooters
    • Lockable bicycle rack is located outside each admission gate
  • Obscene or indecent clothing

To expedite entrance into the facility, fans are encouraged to follow these procedures:

    • Arrive at the Gates as early as possible
    • Have your bags open prior to inspection
    • Bring your items in a clear bag to speed up the checking process

Any other items deemed inappropriate or unsafe may be refused at the discretion of security and management. These items are subject to change without notice. There are no provisions for checking and holding items deemed restricted. Restricted items may not be left at or around the gates. Items left unattended will be removed and discarded.

Please check back prior to your event for more information, or call us at 1-800-PITSHOP.

Can I bring a stroller with me into the venue?

Designated stroller parking will be available throughout the grandstands on a first come, first serve basis. For more information on the location of these areas, please visit your nearest Guest Services Booth. 

How do I access the infield?

The infield can be accessed through the Turn 1 tunnel via Gate 40 on Williamson Blvd, or the Turn 4 tunnel, which is only open during event time.

Infield/camping admissions are required to access the infield during event time.

Crossover gates for pre-race ceremonies access are open for all fans who have purchased Fanzone passes for that day's event.

What gate should I enter?

To assist you in locating your seats, we have included the recommended gate entrance closest to your section 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
  • AdventHealth 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 Ally Suite Tower gate located at the Axalta Injector.

We have also established assigned entry times, based on your seat location. This information will be communicated in our pre-event emails closer to the event and posted on our website.

How do I find my seat?

Signage is available throughout the frontstretch concourses to assist you in locating your seat. You can also download the DIS mobile app for directions, check out our facility maps at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/maps or ask a Guest Services Fan Crew member to assist you.

How do I get access to pit road and the frontstretch to sign the start/finish line?

Access to the start finish line and pre-race ceremonies is open to all fans who have purchased a Fanzone pass for that day's event.

Pit road access during race time is limited to VIP Pass holders, and NASCAR hard card holders.

Can I be in Mobil 1 Victory Lane to see the winner?

Mobil 1 Victory Lane access is limited to fans who have DAYTONA 500 Club admissions.

Where are the restrooms located throughout the venue?

Restrooms are located on every concourse level within the venue and signage will direct you to the nearest restroom. You may also view our Concourse Maps on www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/maps or posted throughout the concourses if you are in the venue. Finally, you may check with a Guest Services Information Desk for assistance from our Fan Crew.

Are there ATMs available?

All concessions and the DIS Ticket Office are Cashless. We accept all major credit cards – American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa.

Where is the best place to buy merchandise?

A limited number of merchandise locations are available throughout the concourses of the venue and outside the in the midway near the Axalta injector.. Visitors to DAYTONA throughout the year can also visit the Pit Shop located inside the DIS Ticket & Tours Building at the corner of Bill France Blvd. and International Speedway Blvd.

How wide are the seats?

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.

Where can I smoke at DAYTONA?

As a direct result of fan feedback, frontstretch 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 Fan Crew member or Security officer for assistance with directions to the nearest designated smoking area.

If I leave in the middle of the race can I get back in?

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.

Important Daytona International Speedway Phone Numbers (including those for the hearing impaired)

Speedway Dispatch for Police-Fire-Medical

  • Regular Telephone # 386-681-3333
  • Hearing impaired TTY # 386-681-4257

DIS 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
How do I receive updates during the event?

DAYTONA provides multiple ways to stay up-to-date on schedule changes, traffic and other event-related details, including:

  • Download the NASCAR Tracks Mobile App, available in the iTunes Store or Google Play. Features include live scoring and leaderboards, along with guest services information like maps and schedules to help guide your at-track experience. Specific event information will be available within one to two weeks of your NASCAR event.
  • Follow DAYTONA on Twitter @DAYTONA and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DAYTONA.
  • Sign-up to receive DAYTONA's monthly e-newsletter!
  • Tune your radio to 107.9 to hear DAYTONA's public address system 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.
Can I bring my pet and/or service animal?

PET POLICY

We recognize pets are like family and want to make your visit to our Speedway the best ever. Since we do have many responsible fans and pet owners, we allow pets in our GEICO Park West and GEICO Infield RV & camping areas.

To make sure we are offering all of our guests the best experience we ask pet owners to follow these policies. If at any time these policies are not adhered to, we will request your pet to be boarded immediately.

  • All pets must stay within your assigned camping spot; do not walk pets along roadways.
  • Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets and must dispose of their waste properly.
  • Pets must be kept on a leash at all times.
  • Please respect your neighbors.
  • Excessive barking or aggressiveness is not permitted.
  • Pets are not allowed in the garages or any restricted access areas.

SERVICE ANIMALS:

  • The Speedway recognizes the importance of service animals in assisting guests with visual and other impairments.
  • These animals are welcomed throughout the property, but must remain leashed and harnessed at all times.
  • Guests are required to bring their own pet waste disposal bags.
  • Guests who bring service animals may request wheelchair seating to accommodate the service animals safely and comfortably.

 

FOOD & BEVERAGE

What type of food options are available and where do I find them?

For the Rolex 24, fans can find various concession options in the venue, Infield Midway and Fanzone.  Venue concessions will vary each day; please check with a Guest Services Information Booth for the most up to date concession schedule. The Infield Midway, across from the Boardwalk Club, will feature a variety of options including Pie Daddy, Fuelspresso, Pizza, Wing King and more! The Fanzone will feature options including Stoked Poke, Vara’s Racing Steak, R&R BBQ, Doc Popcorn and Zeny’s. Your favorite Anheuser-Busch beverages will be available at the Bud Bistro, Draft Trailer and portable beverage carts throughout Fanzone.

For NASCAR events, concessions and unique food options will be open throughout the Venue and may change based on the event day. Tri-Oval Club customers enjoy exclusive pricing on all concessions within the Tri-Oval Club. Please check with a Guest Services Information Booth for the most up to date concession opening schedule. The Fanzone will also feature a variety of food & beverage options each day, including the Bud Bistro, Zeny’s Fan Favorites and more. Check back closer to the event for an updated list.

Are there water fountains around the venue?

Water fountains are located throughout the concourses inside the venue.

Are there any all-inclusive food and beverage options?

We provide multiple hospitality options for each of our events. Visit https://www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/corporate-hospitality/ or give us a call at 1-800-PITSHOP for more information.

 

TRANSPORTATION & PARKING

Where do I park during events at DAYTONA?

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.

How do I get traffic updates during events?

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.

Does DAYTONA provide trams to move around the Speedway?

The Lot 1 Tram Plaza located near the AdventHealth Injector gate provides direct routes to the infield and Hard Rock Bet Fanzone, as well as Lot 6 parking.

Visit Directions & Parking for more information.



Still have questions? Find all FAQS HERE.

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING

CAMPING POLICIES

Please find detailed information regarding camping at Daytona International Speedway HERE.

PERMITTED ITEMS

 


NOT PERMITTED ITEMS
 


PROHIBITED CAMPING ITEMS

 

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