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Track Specs: 2.5 mile tri-oval with 31-degree banking in the turns 18-degree banking in the tri-oval and 6-degree banking on the straightaways Grandstand Seating: 101,000 [was 147,000, 168,000], with 124 suites Pit Stalls: Length: 28 feet Width: 16 feet Track Websites and Social Media: Daytona International Speedway Website Daytona Rising Redevelopment Project ISC Motorsports Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram You Tube Track Stats - Some Daytona Track Records & Stats Daytona 500 qualifying is a different with the Qualifying Races, see the rules on the Qualifying Rules page - Daytona 500 section.
Jayski.com's 2015 Sprint Unlimited (Shootout) page Jayski.com's 2016 Sprint Unlimited (Shootout) page Engine Rule at Daytona: the engine rule is a little different at Daytona 500 then the other 35 races, teams must run the same engine from Saturday's first practice session through the Budweiser Duel 150 mile qualifying races.
The second yellow line was painted on the inside of the existing yellow line.2017 Daytona 500 Race Winner: #41-Kurt Busch, 143.187mph, started 8th 2017 July Race Winner: #17-Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 123.986mph, started 6th Track Race Record: Buddy Baker, Feb 1980, 177.602mph Oldest Race Winner: Bobby Allison, 50 years, 2 months, 11 days, 2/14/1988 Youngest Race Winner: Trevor Bayne, 20 years, 0 months, 1 days, 2/20/2011 Youngest July Race Winner: Jeff Gordon, 23 years, 10 months, 27 days, 7/1/1995 Worst Starting Spot to win: #14-Tony Stewart, started 42nd, 7/7/20122017 Daytona 500 Pole Winner: #24-Chase Elliott, 192.872, finished 14th 2017 July Pole Winner: #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr., 190.973, finished 32nd Track Qualifying Record: Bill Elliott, 210.364mph, February 1987 Track Qualifying Record with restrictor plate (single car run): Ken Schrader, 196.996, February 1989 Track Qualifying Record with restrictor plate (group qualifying): #24-Jeff Gordon, 201.293mph, February 2014 Oldest Daytona 500 Pole Winner: Mark Martin, 51 years, 0 months, 27 days, 2/6/2010 Oldest Pole Winner: Mark Martin, 52 years, 5 months, 23 days, Daytona, 7/1/2011 Youngest Pole Winner: Chase Elliott, 20 years, 2 months, 17 days, 2/14/2016 Youngest July Pole Winner: Jeff Gordon, 24 years, 11 months, 2 days, 7/6/1996 Only Woman Daytona 500 Pole Sitter: #10-Danica Patrick, 196.434, finished 8th Most Wins - All-time: 10 - Richard Petty Most Wins - Active: 4 - Dale Earnhardt Jr.
All-time winners Most Wins - July race: 5 - David Pearson Most Poles - All-time: 13 - Cale Yarborough Most Poles - Active: 2 - Jimmie Johnson, Chase Elliott, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The week has a history in Canada dating back to the time of the Second World War, when women were celebrated for their part in supporting the war effort on the home front.
Most Top 5's: 28 - Richard Petty Most Top 5's Active: 13 - Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Most Top 10's: 37 - Richard Petty Most Top 10's Active: 19 - Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The more tours there are and the more riders there are in each tour, the more effective the demonstration will be.
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A Gypsy Tour was an overnight event, with organized road rides and other activities of interest to motorcycle enthusiasts, where groups of riders would converge on a favorite destination.