Few Reserved Motorhome Spots Left for Historic Pepsi 400 Last Reserved Ticket Opportunity for Sold Out Race DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (June 17, 1998) -- A limited number of Reserved Motorhome Parking Spots are still available...
Few Reserved Motorhome Spots Left for Historic Pepsi 400 Last Reserved Ticket Opportunity for Sold Out Race
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (June 17, 1998) -- A limited number of Reserved Motorhome Parking Spots are still available for the inaugural nighttime running of the Pepsi 400 on July 4, offering the last reserved ticket option for race fans wanting to experience one of the most anticipated motorsports events in history.
Reserved Motorhome Parking Spots guarantee race fans a reserved parking space in turns one or two of the infield at the "World Center of Racing," giving spectators a "front row" seat to the first NASCAR night race in the 40-year history of Daytona International Speedway.
The packages include two infield admissions for four nights, offering fans the opportunity to see Thursday's Bud Pole Award Qualifying, Friday's Second-Round Qualifying and Final "Happy Hour" Practice as well as the 40th Annual Pepsi 400 (additional infield admissions are available). The infield opens to reserved motorhome package holders at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 1.
To witness Daytona's new spectacular lighting system and two nights of NASCAR Winston Cup practice and qualifying for the price of one, Daytona's first-ever Collectible Pole Night Tickets, which are valid for Thursday and Friday admission, must be purchased by Wednesday, July 1.
Other options available to witness "Daytona at the Speed of Light" include unreserved grandstand tickets good for admission to all of Thursday's and Friday's on-track action. General admission infield tickets for the entire weekend of racing will be available at the gate starting on Thursday, July 2. Call the Speedway Ticket Office at (904) 253-7223, or for more information visit www.daytonausa.com.