While many are expected to flock to the shore this weekend for the last holiday of the summer season, beachgoers are reminded that COVID-19 is still a concern in Volusia county. Residents and visitors heading to the beach must continue to park at a post, maintain physical distancing and avoid congregating in large groups.
There’s a new “turn” of events for NASCAR’s historic race weekend on the heralded DAYTONA Road Course, Aug. 14-16.
The Volusia County Council amended the county’s beach code recently to establish a process to approve and regulate historic automobile race beach events.
Race fans will have the opportunity to attend part of Daytona International Speedway’s recently announced historic weekend in which NASCAR’s top national series will compete for the first time on the storied 3.56-mile DAYTONA Road Course. Tickets are on sale now for a limited number of fans as part of a highly anticipated doubleheader on Sunday, Aug. 16, featuring the NASCAR Cup Series as well as the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series.
Visitors and area residents now have something else to look forward to in Daytona Beach as Daytona International Speedway’s Ticket Office, Pit Shop retail location and Motorsports Hall of Fame of America are once again open for guests.
A storied tradition is coming back to Daytona International Speedway. A summer classic at the iconic track for many years – the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship – will make its historic return to the 2.5-mile venue this Independence Day, July 4, featuring an evening race with a LIVE television broadcast by NBCSN.
Just in time for the popular Mother’s Day weekend, vehicle access for beach parking will resume at multiple sections of Volusia County’s beaches on Saturday
Volusia County announced plans on Friday to begin a phased re-opening of Volusia’s beaches, starting with vehicle access for people with disabilities and added parking near the beaches.