PIT IN vs PIT OUT - Where to sit at the Daytona 500 can be very subjective. Ask 10 people familiar with the Daytona Int'l Speedway where to sit and you'll get 10 different answers. If you want to see the cars coming into the PIT Area you're going to want to sit in the PIT IN sections. The lower the level the cheaper the tickets will be. Also, the more towards the outside sections the lower the prices. Our recommendation for the best value non-hospitality type of seat would be 326-345 for the high end seats. These tickets provide fans with a close view of the PITS without spending the extra money to be in the Premium sections in 346-355.
Description of each of the different seating levels:
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 desireable 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.
When purchased as a three day package, tickets sections 340-362 offer access into the Tri-Oval Club. The Tri-Oval Club features a dedicated outdoor bar and patio area overlooking the Midway and International Speedway Boulevard. Inside, enjoy high-end food and beverage options for purchase, access to free wifi and comfortable seating with plenty of televisions so you don’t miss any of the ontrack action. Tri-Oval Club members will take in all of the racing action from reserved 21-inch seats overlooking the start/finish line along Daytona’s famed frontstretch.
WHAT IS THE TRIOVAL CLUB?
Accessible from the 3rd and 4th levels, the Trioval Club features an open-air bar and patio area overlooking the Midway and International Speedway Boulevard. Take in all of the racing action from reserved 21-inch seats overlooking the start/finish line along DAYTONA’s famed frontstretch and access the stadium through a dedicated entrance.
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