2023 Daytona 500 Sells Out, Track Announces


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - The 2023 Daytona 500, slated for February 19th, is officially sold out of its grandstand seats. This will be the 65th running of the Great American Race, and track officials are no doubt used to the massive crowds that pack Daytona International Speedway on a yearly basis.

Those hoping to attend the Daytona 500 still have options. The track is still offering the following ticket options:

  • UNOH FanZone - an infield viewing option with access to some pre-race festivities.
  • 31 Degrees - an open-seating spectator suite at Turn 1.
  • The Daytona 500 Club - hospitality experience with Victory Lane access, cuisine, and cocktails.
  • Secondary ticket market - grandstand seating is still available on the resale market, with the track specifically highlighting SeatGeek as a resource.

As with any year, the Daytona 500 offers the best opportunity for drivers of all backgrounds and resources to cement their place in history. Past winners range from NASCAR royalty like Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, and Jeff Gordon, to upset winners like Trevor Bayne, Derrike Cope, and 2022 winner Austin Cindric.

For now though, the Speedway’s next event is the Rolex 24, taking place from January 28th to 29th.