Your Bucket List: Daytona 500

Published on: Nov 05 2015 by Leslie Lempka

The Daytona 500 was first held  in 1959, which coincided with the opening of the Daytona International Speedway.  The Daytona 500 is a 500 mile long race, part of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, is considered the most important and renowned race on the NASCAR calendar as it carries the largest purse.  The Daytona 500 is the first of two annual Sprint Cup races, the second is Coke Zero 400.  What makes  the Daytona 500 so unique is that this is the series first race of the year, and most sports have their major events at the end of the season, not the beginning.

How to pick the best seats at Daytona:

There are three level of seating at the Daytona 500, Chair, Box and Tower Seating.

The most sought after tickets are the ones located higher up towards the center of the track, which is a 2 1/2 mile tri-oval.

Chair Seating – Chairs are the seating areas located beneath the Boxes and generally are the first 14 to 19 rows of each section.

Box Seating – The Boxes generally start around row 15 and go to about row 24-26 in the different sections. The Box sections are located just beneath the Tower Sections and offer a great compromise if the seats in the Tower sections are too expensive.

Tower Seating – Always the most sought after and desirable locations at the Daytona 500. If you’re going to entertain clients you definitely want to shoot for the Tower Seating areas. Tower Seats at Daytona start at around rows 25 and take up the last 25 rows of the grandstand seats.

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