It’s sold out for the Daytona 500. In 2022, a temporary track will be created in the Los Angeles Coliseum for the NASCAR Clash. This race comprises roughly 20 elite drivers.
Sorry, NASCAR lovers, you missed out on tickets for this year’s Daytona 500.
There are no more grandstand seats or RV parking sites available for the Feb. 20 event at Daytona International Speedway.
In 2021, health and safety regulations limited attendance to 30,000.
After last year’s Indianapolis 500, which sold out 40 percent of its capacity with over 135,000 tickets sold, the superspeedway’s capacity is over 101,000.
Tickets for the Daytona 500 range from $100 to $400, but there are also multi-day and experience packages available.
Due to COVID-19 regulations, just 30,000 people attended the 2021 Daytona 500. This year’s measures include masks for indoor places, according to Fox Sports’ Bob Pockrass.
This week, the seventh generation NASCAR Cup Series vehicle was tested in Daytona.
For the first time ever, the Daytona 500 in 2022 will feature the all-new seventh generation NASCAR Cup Series vehicle, which was tested at the circuit this week.
The new design has wider wheels and tires, completely independent suspension, and a five-speed sequential transmission.
The Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum takes place on a temporary quarter-mile track created inside the L.A. Coliseum on the weekend of Feb. 6. Tickets start at $65.
Both races are on FOX. Subscribers may also watch online or on mobile devices via the FOX Sports app.
Pre-sale tickets and RV camping for the DAYTONA 500 and DAYTONA Speedweeks Presented By AdventHealth are now sold out.
How thrilled are fans for the DAYTONA 500, the points-race debut of the highly awaited ‘Next Gen’ car? In addition to the DAYTONA 500, there are many other events throughout Speedweeks Presented By AdventHeath to attend.
The new DAYTONA 500 ticket package includes admittance to the UNOH Fanzone, a Luke Combs pre-race performance, and driver introductions for just $145.00. In the UNOH Fanzone, family can see inside their favorite driver’s garage and meet drivers and VIPs. This new bundle includes a limited quantity of infield.
Many fan hospitality services are available to enhance the DAYTONA experience. The Rolex 24 Lounge Suites and the new Harley J’s Experience still have hospitality packages available (High Banks Suite with incredible view of the fronstretch). Visit www.DAYTONA500.com for a comprehensive list of watching choices.
With six days of tremendous on-track action, including practices, qualifying, and six races across four series, DAYTONA Speedweeks Presented by AdventHealth gives spectators a chance to view not just the Next Gen vehicle, but also some of the world’s best drivers.
Please visit www.DAYTONA500.com or call 1-800-PITSHOP for ticket information. SeatGeek is the preferred ticket exchange of the DAYTONA 500 and Speedweeks Presented By AdventHealth.
The 64th annual Daytona 500, the historic season-opening race for the NASCAR Cup Series, has sold out. A year ago, the race sold out five times in a row until the pandemic impacted attendance.
The Great American Race this year marks the points-race debut of the highly anticipated Next Gen vehicle.
A new $145 ticket package includes admittance to the UNOH Fanzone, a Luke Combs performance, and driver introductions. In the UNOH Fanzone, family can see inside their favorite driver’s garage and meet drivers and VIPs.
Many fan hospitality packages are available to enhance the Daytona experience. The Rolex 24 Lounge Suites and the new Harley J’s Experience still have hospitality packages available (High Banks Suite with a view atop the frontstretch seating).
Visit Daytona500.com for more information to figure out for following the spectacle.