Daytona Int'l Speedway

Daytona Int'l Speedway
1801 West International Speedway Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
P: (386)254-2700

Directions

East of I-95; Exit 87A on U.S. 92 

Configuration

2.5-mile paved tri-oval 

Banking

Turns: 31 degrees
Tri-ovals: 18 degrees
Backstretch: 3 degrees

First ARCA race

1964 

Total ARCA races run

55

Qualifying record

44.953 seconds/200.209 mph, Bill Venturini, 1987

Race record

153.224 mph, Lennie Pond, 1976 

No. of races won from the pole

9
 

Bobby Gerhart 8, Iggy Katona 3, Grant Enfinger 2, Andy Hampton 2, Ben Hess 2, Andy Hillenburg 2, Jimmy Horton 2, Jeff Purvis 2, John Wes Townley 2. Tied with 1 each - Grant Adcox, Michael Annett, Charlie Blanton, Jack Bowsher, James Buescher, Kyle Busch, Woody Fisher, Mickey Gibbs, Ferrel Harris, Ron Hutcherson, Kenny Irwin, Ralph Jones, David Keith, Ralph Latham, Chase Montgomery, Ryan Newman, Benny Parsons, Kyle Petty, Lennie Pond, John Rezek, Tim Richmond, Joe Ruttman, Jim Sauter, Glenn Sears, Michael Self, Nelson Stacy, Ramo Stott, Austin Theriault, Mike Wallace, Rick Wilson. 

Bobby Gerhart 4, Ferrel Harris 3, Benny Parsons 3, Loy Allen 2, Patty Moise 2, Kirk Shelmerdine 2. Tied with 1 each - Grant Adcox, Bill Baird, James Buescher, Sean Corr, Erin Crocker, Cole Custer, Natalie Decker, Ty Dillon, Phil Finney, Woody Fisher, Andy Hampton, Billie Harvey, Tom Hessert, Bruce Hill, Andy Hillenburg, Ron Hutcherson, Matt Hutter, Ralph Jones, Iggy Katona, Dylan Kwasniewski, Juston Lofton, Justin Marks, Jeff Purvis, Ken Ragan, John Rezek, Rick Roland, Terry Ryan, Bob Schacht, Dorsey Schroeder, Mike Skinner, Ramo Stott, Mark Thompson, John Wes Townley, Bill Venturini, Rick Wilson. 

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