Daytona International Speedway

Daytona International Speedway
Copyright 2001 by Aerial Views Publishing

Address 1801 West International Speedway Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone (904) 254-2700
Official Website
  Stadium Resources  
Seating Location
Weather Newspaper
  The Facility  
Date Built 1959
Ownership International Speedway Corp
Capacity 168,700
Track(s) 2.5-mile tri-oval
Front straight: 1,900 feet
(from turn to middle of tri-oval)
Back straight: 3,800 feet
Banking: 31 degrees
3.56-mile road course
On Site Parking Unknown
  Other Facts  
Tenants Daytona 500
Rolex 24 at Daytona
Pepsi 400
AMA Supercross
NASCAR Busch Grand National
NASCAR Winston Cup
NASCAR Craftsman Truck

Sources:Team Marketing Report and Mediaventures

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Own Your Own Daytona International Speedway sculpture of extraordinary realism...meticulously detailed and skillfully hand painted.

  • Home of The Great American Race -- the DAYTONA 500 -- Daytona International Speedway has hosted nearly a half century of racing thrills and witnessed the exhilarating birth of a thousand legends, ultimately becoming a legend itself.
  • Officially licensed by Daytona International Speedway, this magnificent sculpture features extraordinary accuracy and fine detail.
  • Every aspect of this world renowned racetrack is meticulously re-created, from the brightly colored stock cars on the 2.5 mile tri-oval to the multitude of parked cars and buses on the lush infield lawn.
  • Superbly crafted and carefully hand painted by skilled artisans, this amazing replica comes mounted on a handsome hardwood base with a brass title plaque.
  • Actual size approximately 12" long x 8" wide.

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Daytona International Speedway
Daytona International Speedway has hosted the "Great American Race," the Daytona 500, and the "Mid-Summer Classic," the Pepsi 400, annually since 1959.

Each year the "World Center of Racing" hosts a two-week festival of speed known simply as Speedweeks. Every February, Speedweeks culminates with one the world's premier sporting events, the Daytona 500, the "crown jewel" of the NASCAR Winston Cup Series. The 2000 Daytona 500 took place Feb. 20.

Other Speedweeks' events include the premier races in many different types of racing disciplines and series. They include sports car racing's Rolex 24 At Daytona, NASCAR's all-star Bud Shootout At Daytona, the Gatorade 125-Mile Qualifying Races and the NASCAR Busch Series' NAPA Auto Parts 300, and the Daytona 250 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race, new for 2000.

In July, one the sport's most anticipated NASCAR Winston Cup Series events takes center stage at Daytona, the nighttime running of the Pepsi 400. "Daytona at the Speed of Light" will commence with pole qualifying for the Pepsi 400 on June 29. The 2000 Pepsi 400 is scheduled for July 1.

Daytona International Speedway's grandstands have moe than 165,000 permanent seats.

DAYTONA USA, "The Ultimate Motorsports Attraction," and the official attraction of NASCAR, is also located at the world-famous speedway and is open daily. Daytona Beach has an international airport adjacent to the speedway, and full visitor information is available through the Daytona Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau by calling (800) 854-1234.


Daytona International Speedway
Copyright 2003 by Everlasting Images, The Rob Arra Collection



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