Daytona 500 Packages
Sun, February 26, 2017
Daytona Beach, FL
The Daytona 500 dominates the NASCAR race schedule in a way unmatched by any other single event. The prestige, the track, the history — it has to be experienced to be believed, and this year’s Daytona 500 will be no exception. 2017 Daytona 500 ticket packages are now on sale!
Featured 2017 Daytona 500 Race Packages
Daytona 500 Travel Package
The Daytona 500 is known as The Great American Race and sometimes it’s called the Super Bowl of NASCAR, but it doesn’t really matter what you call it. It just matters that you are there at Daytona International Speedway to see it, hear it and feel it. There is simply no other experience that matches seeing a NASCAR race in person, especially the prestigious Daytona 500. SportsTravel.com has a variety of Daytona 500 travel packages that include 2017 Daytona 500 tickets, hotel accommodations in Daytona Beach or Orlando, transportation to the track, and other options like Xfinity (formerly Nationwide) Series tickets and special events.
When the Daytona 500 first started back 1959, the winning driver (Lee Petty) earned $19,050 for the win, but when Jamie McMurray won the race in ’09 he took home more than $1.5 million. Other recent winners have included Matt Kenseth, Ryan Newman, Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon, and you can bet they will all be gunning for another victory as the race for the Monster Energy Cup begins at Daytona. And Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be back looking to repeat his emotional victory in ’04, which came just three years after his father, the great Dale Earnhardt, lost his life on the track. And don’t forget about Tony Stewart, who is still looking for his first Daytona 500 win. We have several different Daytona 500 packages to pick from, and we can even customize a package to help you have the ultimate NASCAR experience. We have been doing this for more than a decade, so you can count on SportsTravel.com to take care of all the details so all you have to worry about is having a great time. If you can’t make the 2017 Daytona 500, how about the 2018 Daytona 500?