|Location||Daytona Beach, United States of America|
|Length||NASCAR Tri-Oval: 4 km; Sports Car Course: 6.18 km; Motorcycle Course: 4.75 km|
The Daytona International Speedway is a race track, located in Daytona Beach, Florida in the United States. The construction was started in 1957. An estimated amount of $3 million was spent on the construction of the Daytona International Speedway. NASCAR founder started planning this track in 1953 and the chief architects who made it happen were Charles Moneypenny and William France Sr. The stadium was finally opened to spectators in 1959. It is owned and operated by the International Speedway Corporation. The racetrack has amenities such as the UNOH Fanzone and the Budweiser Party Porch. The UNOH Fanzone allows the spectators and fans to get closer to the drives while the Budweiser Party Porch offers drinks, food and entertainment to the fans. Since its inauguration, it has been serving host to the prestigious Daytona 500 race of the NASCAR series.