Daytona International Speedway

In Travel, Vacation by SamLeave a Comment

This is a must stop when visiting Daytona or if driving the I-95 and making the turn to the I-4, don’t make that turn and just go straight to Daytona and spend the day at the track. The crew was great, its an hour and half tour so it won’t take the whole day and I could almost guarantee you a great excursion. The tour is gender and age friendly so the entire family will like it. There are other tours but I think this one will fit most people/family.

For your information:
Veterans and Seniors get a discount.
There is a Souvenir shop.
The tour stops at some points to take pictures and get a better view of the track.
Tour information

Entrance and Racetrack

Winner’s Circle

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The 31-degree high banks are amazing, you can’t believe that the cars do those turns at those speeds, but the most amazing thing we witness was how steep the 18-degree track is.

The tour stops right at the 18-degree banks and you don’t realize how steep they are until you try to walk it up, very funny seeing the people walking up the bank and realizing how steep it really is.

Overall two thumbs up 🙂

Vintage Cars and History

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1st automobile to exceed 100 mph (161 kph), A G MacDonald, Daytona Beach

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