1. Guidelines listed below may vary from times and locations listed in the Supplemental Regulations, due to last minute requirements of the Speedway.
  2. Thursday and Friday Evening Arrivals: RV and competitor rig parking in the infield will end ½ hour before dark, and resume the next morning after registration opens. RV’s and Rigs may park overnight inside the entry gate 40, and outside of the tunnel entrance, near registration. Some electricity is available in that lot. Competitors may enter the Infield during the day on Friday between registration hours, by signing the Daytona Track Waiver at the gate. You must still register during the posted times. If you are already registered, you may leave and return – be prepared to show your credential to Daytona Security at Gate 40.
  3. Geico Lake Lloyd RV Lot: First come, first served parking and paddocking. Please park where directed by the Paddock Marshall or his staff. RV water and electric hookups are available for $50 for weekend – will be collected by the Paddock Marshall or his staff. Competitors working on their cars in this area need to be mindful of environmental regulations and place a tarp or plastic sheet under the car to prevent spilled fluids from damaging pavement or washing into Lake Lloyd.
  4. NASCAR Owner/Driver RV Lot: First come, first served parking for RV’s only – No Racecars Allowed. Please park where directed by the Paddock Marshall or his staff. Water and electric hookups are available for $50 for the weekend – will be collected by the Paddock Marshall or his staff.
  5. Garage parking is reserved for competitors that have reserved garages and those teams that have made previous arrangements with the Paddock Marshall. Parking is allowed for the team rig, and one support vehicle. Garages close at 7 PM, no overnighting inside the locked garage area. Please park other vehicles in the open lot near Turn 3 and the Race vendor area.
  6. Paved Paddock: Teams without garages that need to paddock on pavement will be directed to the proper location by the Paddock Marshall, or his staff, at the Geico Shores reception checkpoint (labeled “Parking Check In” on the map – see link below). Competitors working on their cars in this area need to be mindful of environmental regulations and place a tarp or plastic sheet under the car to prevent spilled fluids from damaging pavement or soaking into the ground.
  7. Grass Paddock: There are three areas designated for paddocking on grass. Competitors working on their cars in these areas need to be mindful of environmental regulations and place a tarp or plastic sheet under the car to prevent spilled fluids from soaking into the ground. Daytona has asked for work on vehicles in the grass paddock areas to cease at 7:00 PM when the garage areas are closed. And there is a quiet time with no race motors allowed to run between 9:00 PM and 7:00 AM.
  8. Tent Camping: Tent camping is allowed around the Restrooms and Showers near the road course Turn 4 Kink, behind the grandstands (we have been assured by the Speedway that showers will be open and operable).
  9. Waste Fluids/Spills: please dispose of waste fluids properly. There are fluid disposal stations located in the Blue and Yellow garage areas. Please report and spills to the Paddock Marshall or other official so that they can be properly cleaned up.
  10. Grid: the grid has been moved from its previous location on the truck pad to the paved portion of the “Green RV Park” located near Speedway Turn 4 (between the old tunnel and the back of the Yellow garage gas pumps). Enter through the gate into this area at the cross intersection where grid exits the paddock and enters the race track. Go to the end of that entrance and make a “U” turn on the next road that will be grid.
  11. All race cars must go to Grid prior to each session in order to enter the track for their session. This includes late arrivals. No race car will be allowed to enter the track though pit central and will be turned around and sent to grid

A map of the speedway (jpg) with parking, paddock, and garage areas labeled can be found on the CFR website on the Club Racing “Daytona” page.