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Welcome to DAYTONA 500 Giveaway!
 

                                                    

It’s NASCAR’s Signature event…the DAYTONA 500, Sunday, February 23rd at  DAYTONA International Speedway.  It’s the most watched motorsports event and tickets start at only $20!  See if 2013 Champion Jimmie Johnson can repeat and win the Great American Race again!

 

The DAYTONA 500 caps off what is an amazing week of racing at DAYTONA International Speedway.  The week starts with a doubleheader, the Sprint Unlimited  and Lucas Oil  200 on Saturday, February 15th.  Tickets for this doubleheader start at only $50!  The Sprint Unlimited at DAYTONA is under the lights and it’s the climax to the doubleheader featuring a no-holds barred All-Star Race with top NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stars!  It’s a 75-lap race featuring 2013 pole winners and past Sprint Unlimited champions!

 

Other events during Budweiser Speedweeks include the DAYTONA 500 Qualifying presented by Kroger, the Budweiser Duel at DAYTONA and more!  Check out daytona500.com for all the details and call 1-800-PITSHOP to get your tickets!

 

Want to win FREE tickets to the Racing doubleheader on February 15th and possibly tickets to the DAYTONA 500?  It’s easy to win, just watch the video  and answer the three questions correctly.  We’ll randomly pick three winners who will each score tickets to the February 15th Doubleheader and one winner who will score DAYTONA 500 tickets!

                                  

 

 
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Wed, Jan 22 2014 9:56 AM - Mon, Feb 17 2014 9:00 AM
 
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