This coming weekend, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be making its annual visit to one of America’s most historic sports venues: the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. It’s been a while since the last time the Cup Series was there, and with several months gone by, it definitely seems like a million years since the last time they raced there. It’s good to have them back, and it’s good to see such a great turnout for the races. It also seems like a million years since the last time the cup was actually contested, but that’s a whole different topic.
There are 53 races overall on the schedule for this season, which means there are 53 opportunities for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series to win. That’s a lot of winning, especially considering that the season is only 10 races old. It’s still very early in the season, however, and there is a lot more competition to come. There are 12 races yet to be contested, which means there is still more winning potential left to be claimed. It takes a lot of winning to claim the title, however, so it will be a while before we can start thinking about that. For now, let’s focus on the present and the future, as this coming weekend’s races at Daytona will be critical. Not only are there 53 opportunities for the Cup Series to win this year, but one of the biggest races of the season will also be held there, and it’s been a while since the last time they raced there. It’ll be good to have them back, and it’ll be even better if everyone shows up and supports them. Let’s take a quick look at how many people can attend a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona, shall we?
How Many People Can Attend A NASCAR Sprint Cup Race At Daytona?
It’s difficult to put a figure on how many people can attend a single NASCAR race, but considering the track’s incredible popularity and its status as one of the premier events on the NASCAR calendar, let’s assume there will be somewhere in the neighborhood of 300,000 people there to see the action. That would make it the sixth-largest stadium in America, larger than several Major League Baseball stadiums. (And that’s without even factoring in any empty seats since this is a sell-out and without the luxury suites or anything like that.) Let’s be generous and say there are 370,000 people there. That would make it one of the biggest races in American history. (As you’ll see later in the article, it’s difficult to put an exact figure on how many people can actually fit into the stadium. It depends on how you count them and what kind of seat you get. Still, it will be close to 300,000 there to see the race.)
The Daytona International Speedway is a 3.5-mile racetrack that currently hosts the Daytona 500, the opening race of the NASCAR season. It opened for racing in 1959 and has been the site of some of NASCAR’s most memorable events. It currently has a capacity of about 270,000, and that’s with about 20 rows of seating on each side of the track. (There are actually 22 rows of seating. The other rows are on the grass.) If you can imagine, there will be a lot of empty seats this coming weekend due to the fact that this race takes place during the school year and it’s already mid-June. That’s when you know it’s summertime, and the kids are out of school. (Hopefully, they’re having fun and getting some air underneath that hot sun. It’s still very hot in Florida this year, and you know what they say about schools and air-conditioning. It doesn’t mix well.)
How Many Seats Will There Be At The Daytona 500?
The Daytona International Speedway has 22 rows of seating on both sides of the track. Each row is composed of two (2) seats, and there are a total of 44 seats in each grandstand. It’s the same situation with the Clubhouse. There will be two (2) club seats on either side of the stage, and there will be a total of four (4) clubhouses. As you can imagine, it will be a tight squeeze, and we’re not just talking about the race. (We’re talking about people, actually. It’s difficult to put an exact figure on how many people will be in the stands at any given point during the race, especially since there are frequently people walking around, going to the bathroom, or eating snacks during the race. It’s always more of an estimate than a precise number.)
How Many Seats Can One Person Stand In?
The Daytona International Speedway has a total of 44 seats in each grandstand. There are a total of 88 seats in the upper deck. There are also boxes that can be rented, and each box has a few more seats than the ones marked ‘individual’. The upper deck is actually separated into three (3) areas: the front row, the back row, and the roof. The front row is the one closest to the track and has the best view. The back row is at the very back and has the least amount of room. The roof is higher up and has a little more room. One (1) person can stand in front of the screen and watch the race. It’s possible to sit in the same area and stand up along the wall for the majority of the race. It will be interesting to see how many seats they’re actually able to squeeze in there. (Keep in mind that there are more than 44 seats in each individual grandstand. In case you’re wondering, the minimum number of seats to qualify for a seat is 4, and there will be eight (8) people per row.)
What Is The Average Ticket Price For A NASCAR Race?
It’s difficult to put a price on a ticket to a NASCAR race, but considering the incredible popularity of the sport and the great deals you can get online, let’s say $100 is a pretty reasonable price. That’s not too bad considering it’s a couple of hours of your time and an opportunity to watch some of America’s best drivers compete at one of the most historic venues in America. ($100 is also the current price of a ticket to the Daytona 500, so if you’ve ever wanted to go, this is the time to do it.)
Is The Food Worth It?
The grandstands at the Daytona International Speedway offer a wide variety of food and drink options, including traditional fare such as hot dogs, fish, and chicken, as well as more upscale restaurants. The menu prices aren’t bad, either. A 12-inch hot dog will set you back $4.95, fish and chips are $13.95, and a beer will cost you $7.95.
On the other hand, tickets to the Monster Energy Invitational – a pre-race concert that follows the NASCAR race – are $55. (That doesn’t include fees or shipping charges, either.) Still, if you’re going to be there for the concert anyway, it might as well be before the race so you can get a good spot. (The concert doesn’t start until halfway through the third race, so if you’re going to be there for that, you might want to start early.) You’ll also be able to get a good food lineup, too. The Speedway doesn’t serve anything other than what’s typical at a NASCAR race, which is why it’s difficult to put a price on a ticket. Still, you’ll be there for a couple of hours, so you might as well get a bite to eat before the 5 p.m. start time to make the most of it. (It’s hard to find a good parking spot at any event venue, and even more so at the Daytona International Speedway, so be prepared to stay a little longer than you would if you were just going to a regular ol’ football game.)
How Is Internet Access At The Speedway?
The internet is very important these days, especially when booking travel plans or looking for things to do. Fortunately, the Daytona International Speedway has you covered there, too. The IT department ensures that internet access is available throughout the venue. You won’t have any trouble finding a WiFi hotspot there, even if you’re trying to avoid using your cellular device. (They also manage the audio and visual components of the internet access, which is why you may see some ads while using the internet at the Daytona Speedway. It’s an unavoidable fact of modern life.)