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Daytona International Speedway Tickets
Ordering Daytona International Speedway Tickets is simple. Order online or over the phone. For online ordering, click on the 'Daytona International Speedway Tickets' links below. To order over the phone, please call us at 800.725.0112. We are dedicated to providing you with premium seats for all Daytona International Speedway Events. We are your number one ticket broker for all Daytona International Speedway Tickets

Daytona International Speedway
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Daytona International Speedway Address
1801 W International Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL  32120


Daytona International Speedway Info
Daytona International Speedway - Track Info

Daytona International Speedway is home of the Daytona 500 and attracts the biggest crowd of any NASCAR race. Daytona International Speedway is know as the "World Center of Racing" due to its diverse schedule of racing events. A week rarely goes by that the grounds are not used for some type of motorsporting event. In 1996 with the opening of Daytona USA, Daytona International Speedway became a major tourist destination.

Daytona International Speedway is used for racecar testing throughout the month of January and the public can visit during this time. The next event at Daytona is called Speedweek, which is 16 days full of activities. Daytona International Speedway is also host to motorcycle racing known as "Bike Week" in March. This famous track is just bustling with activity year-round.

Track Facts

Track size - 2.5 mile trioval

Turns - Banking 31 degrees, length 3,000 ft.

Trioval - Banking- 18 degrees

Frontstretch - Length 3,800 ft.

Backstretch - Length 3,000 ft.

Pit Road - Length 1,600 ft./ 60 feet Wide

Speedway Facility - Total acres - 480

Infield - 180 acres
Seating Made Simple
General Info
  • Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket for entry.
  • Handicapped seating is available in all sections at Daytona, except all Keech and Lockhart seating.
  • Seat numbers run from left to right in all sections if you are looking at the track.
  • The following sections and/or rows are covered at Daytona:
  • Row 14 in all Campbell sections
    Sections G - O in the Nextel Tower
  • The Nextel Tower includes sections A - U and seating is chairback. Rows are broken down by the following sections:
  • A - C and S - Z rows 34 - 50
    D - F and M - R rows 27 - 50
    G - L rows 26 - 50
  • The Campbell seating includes sections A - K, which have chairback seats. Sections A - C and G - K contain rows 1 - 14, and sections D - F contain rows 1 - 12.
  • Roberts Box and Tower sections have chairback seating. Roberts Tower includes sections A - L, which contain rows 23 - 42. Rows in the Roberts Box are broken down by the following sections:
  • A - D rows 1 - 22
    E - G rows 5 - 22
    H - I rows 11 - 22
    J rows 13 - 22
  • The Petty Tower includes sections Q - Z, which have chairback seats and contain rows 34 - 50.
  • The Seagrave sections include chair seating, box seating and tower seating. Seagrave chairs contain sections A - D with rows 1 - 15, and seating is bleacher. Seagrave boxes contain sections A - C with rows 16 - 25, and seating is chairback. Seagrave towers contain sections A - E, with rows 26 - 45, and seating is chairback.
  • The Keech sections include chair seating, box seating and tower seating. Keech chairs contain sections A - G with rows 1 - 15, and seating is bleacher. Keech boxes contain sections A - D with rows 16 - 25, and seating is chairback. Keech towers contain sections A - J with rows 26 - 45, and seating is chairback.
  • The Lockhart sections include chair seating, box seating and tower seating. Lockhart chairs contain sections A - N with rows 1 - 13 (except sections A - C, which have rows 4 - 13). Seating in the Lockhart chairs is bleacher. Lockhart boxes contain sections A - N with rows 14 - 23, and seating is chairback. Lockhart towers contains sections A - N with rows 24 - 43, and seating is chairback.
  • The Turn 2 sections include chair seating, tower seating and terrace seating, and all seating is chairback. Turn 2 chairs contain sections A - M with rows 2 - 32. Turn 2 towers contain sections A - M with rows 33 - 51. Turn 2 terraces contain sections A - M with rows 52 - 61 (except sections A - D, which have rows 52 - 56).
  • The Lund sections include chair seating, tower seating and terrace seating, and all seating is chairback. Lund chairs contain sections A - Z with rows 2 - 32. Lund Towers contain sections A - Z with rows 33 - 51. Lund terraces contain sections A - Z with rows 52 - 61.
  • The Allison sections include chair seating, tower seating and terrace seating, and all seating is chairback. Allison chairs contain sections A - U with rows 2 - 32. Allison towers contain sections A - U with rows 33 - 51. Allison terraces contain sections A - U with rows 52 - 61.
  • The Oldfield sections include chair seating, box seating and tower seating. Oldfield chairs contain sections A - H with rows 1 - 15, and seating is bleacher. Oldfield boxes contain sections A - F with rows 16 - 25, and seating is chairback. Oldfield towers contain sections A - L with rows 26 - 45, and seating is chairback.
  • The Depalma sections include chair seating, box seating and tower seating. Depalma chairs contain sections A - D with rows 1 - 15, and seating is bleacher. Depalma boxes contain sections A - E with rows 16 - 25, and seating is chairback. Depalma towers contain sections A - I with rows 26 - 45, and seating is chairback.
  • The Weatherly sections include box seating and tower seating. Weatherly boxes contain sections A - K with rows 2 - 22 (except sections A - C, which have rows 4 - 22, and sections D - F, which have rows 5 - 22). Seating in the Weatherly chairs is chairback. Weatherly towers contain sections A - N with rows 23 - 42, and seating is chairback.
  • Earnhardt Towers contain sections A - D with rows 34 - 50, and seating is chairback.
  • Suite passes are also available. Suites include food and drink, private restooms, and closed-circuit television throughout the race.
  • In the case of postponement due to weather, tickets will be honored for date of the rescheduled race. Empire Tickets will not honor refunds to customers who cannot attend a rescheduled race.
Paddock Club

Located by Turn 1 and overlooking pit road, the Paddock Club consists of open-air suites that provide an ultimate view of all the action. Amenities include buffet, hors d'oeuvres, drinks, and a patio deck with tables, chairs and umbrellas.

Seating Made Simple

Hottest Seats - Nextel, Petty and Earnhardt Towers. Located along the front stretch and close to the start-finish line, these are the best seats in the house. Considering Daytona is a 2 mile track, it is best to sit in the highest row possible so you can see the whole track. Because of the exceptional views of the track and pits, these seats will always be in high demand and carry a higher price.

Great Seats - Roberts, Weatherly, Depalma, Seagrave, Keech and Lockhart Towers. A little less expensive, these seats still offer some great views. Seats in the Roberts and Weatherly Towers are preferred, but if cost is an issue you can move to Depalma and Seagrave, where there are still great views of the pits and track. If seeing a crash is your cup of tea, the Oldfield Tower is the way to go as most crashes occur in turn 4. The only drawback to these seats, as well as the Keech and Lockhart Towers, is a compromised view of the pits.

Good Seats - Oldfield, Depalma, Weatherly, Campbell, Roberts, Seagrave, Keech, and Lockhart Boxes, as well as Allison, Lund, and Turn 2 Terraces and Towers. The front stretch boxes don't put as much of a strain on the wallet but a good view is still guaranteed. However, try not to sit lower than the 22nd row as obstructions in the infield will hinder your views of the backstretch. The Allison, Lund, and Turn 2 Terraces and Towers are also good seats as long as you don't sit below row 32.

Economy Seats - Any "Chair" section in the house. The view from these seats is extremely limited. For those who just want to experience Daytona without breaking the bank, these are the perfect seats. You'll catch the cars as they come by, but that's about it. If you can spend the extra cash to obtain a higher row, it is highly recommended.
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