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51st Annual Daytona Supercross on March 6 Reaches Socially-Distanced Limited Capacity

While limited-capacity seating is sold-out, fans can still catch all the action on NBCSN

Photos: Jeff Kardas

Daytona International Speedway announced that socially-distanced grandstand seating and hospitality packages for the 51st annual Daytona Supercross, scheduled for this Saturday night, March 6, have reached limited capacity. This announcement was made in an effort to keep fans from lining up for tickets at the sold-out event to ensure the safest environment possible for guests.

Fans who have tickets can rest assured that Daytona International Speedway is implementing enhanced COVID-19 safety protocols and procedures. This includes screening guests before entering the facility, requiring face coverings to be worn and six feet social distancing maintained throughout their visit.

“The Daytona Supercross is an iconic event,” said Chip Wile, President of Daytona International Speedway “and we’re excited to celebrate with the many fans here at the World Center of Racing. We take great responsibility to ensure our guest’s safety during their visit while providing an outstanding event experience.” Daytona Supercross Eli Tomac

While the socially-distanced, limited-capacity seating and hospitality packages may be sold out, fans still can enjoy all the action of the Daytona Supercross – the longest continuous Supercross race in America – from home. Fans can tune-in on Saturday, March 6 beginning at 7 p.m. on NBCSN.

The big questions on the minds of fans include: Will Eli Tomac be able to race to his fifth Daytona Supercross victory? Will current series points’ leader Ken Roczen pull off his first Daytona win, or will Cooper Webb shut the door with a Daytona victory, taking away the red plate?

You can still buy tickets for America’s most historic motorcycle race, the 79th DAYTONA 200, on Saturday, March 13 and start at $30 with kids 12 and under free. To purchase tickets, visit or call 1-800-PITSHOP.