Florida is home to race tracks of every kind. Both asphalt and dirt tracks are common, and can be found in cities across the state. The most famous of these is probably the Daytona International Speedway, home to the annual Daytona 500 and many other events. Drag races, dirt bike races, and car races all have homes here in Florida.

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Opened in 1959, the Daytona International Speedway is the home of the Daytona 500, which is the most prestigious race in NASCAR history. But it's not just NASCAR that races on the grounds, it's also AMA Superbikes and Motocross, as well as a few others. The lake on the infield of the track has hosted powerboat racing in the past, so it's more than just cars here at the Daytona International Speedway. The cool thing about the racetrack is even if there is no race happening, visitors are still allowed to go in and tour the track. It's a huge area with seating for more than 100,000 fans. With multiple layouts and tracks, it's the perfect place for racers of all kinds to check out. 

Daytona Racetrack

Volusia Speedway Park located near Barberville in Volusia County, Florida, featuring a 1/2-mile dirt oval and a 1/8-mile dirt oval for karts.