Why the Daytona Road Course is a must-see event in the fall

By John GeddesThe Daytona International Speedway (DMS) is no longer the home of motorsports.

It is now a destination.

For the past six years, the Daytona 500 has been held in Daytona, Florida.

This year it will be held in Martinsville, Florida, home of the Daytona Motor Speedway.

The Daytona 500, which has been a staple of the racing calendar since it began in 1950, is now on the rise, with more than 100 races scheduled in 2017.

The 2017 edition will be the first time since 2002 that the race will be run at a full track.

In 2016, it was held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

This year, the race is scheduled to run from October 13-19 at Daytona International Raceway.

This means it is scheduled for a total of more than two hours of racing and is expected to draw more than 10 million spectators.

In addition to the race itself, there will also be an annual “Daytona Beach Celebration,” where fans will receive food, music and drinks.

The DMS is scheduled as the only full-time race venue for NASCAR in the United States.

The race is owned by the NASCAR Cup Series and is the second-most-watched event in NASCAR, behind only the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

This season’s race has also been the subject of protests in the past, with protests in 2015 and 2016.

There is a big race coming in 2018, with the Daytona International Speedway (DIS) returning for its seventh year.

Last year’s race drew 1.7 million fans.

It was also the only race held on a Monday.

In 2018, the DMS will also host the Rolex 24 at Daytona.

The Rolex is the most-popular car in the world, with nearly 200,000 cars being sold each year.

For the 2017 race, a total $7.3 million was raised by the event.

It is expected that this year’s edition will draw around 3.5 million people.

The DMS has hosted several other major events over the years, including the Indy 500 in 2019 and the Indianapolis 500 in 2020.

For those that aren’t fans of NASCAR, there are plenty of other races to be seen in the spring.

Check out the best races in 2018 below.

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