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DAYTONA 200 & Bike Week at Daytona International Speedway

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The tradition-rich 82nd annual Bike Week At DAYTONA (March 3-12, 2023) Presented By Monster Energy, featuring DAYTONA Supercross and the DAYTONA 200.

 

The 53rd running of DAYTONA Supercross, the most demanding course of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship season, is set for Saturday, March 4. The 81st running of the DAYTONA 200, hosted by MotoAmerica, home of AMA Superbike and North America’s premier motorcycle road racing series, will take place a week later on Saturday, March 11 at the World Center of Racing.

 

A host of Bike Week At DAYTONA camping packages to take in both event weekends are available where families can make Daytona their home for a week. All ticket and parking options can be found at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP. In addition, fans and visitors can enjoy the Bike Week Motorcycle Marketplace at Daytona International Speedway. The area’s largest motorcycle marketplace will feature the nation’s top motorcycle parts, apparel vendors and much more.

 

The DAYTONA 200 features the incredible machines on both the high banks of Daytona International Speedway as well as the infield road course. After a successful inaugural visit to Daytona earlier this year, the Mission King Of The Baggers will also be back in ’23.

 

It will be the first round of the REV’IT Twins Cup Championship, plus there will be the Roland Sands Design’s Super Hooligans race. All three classes will compete in two races over Friday and Saturday.

 

DAYTONA Supercross is the longest continuous Supercross race in America dating back to 1971 and features the best riders in the world. Eli Tomac is set to come back after his epic, record sixth victory earlier this year that propelled him out of a tie with the Greatest of All Time, Ricky Carmichael. Tomac has won the last four (2019, ’20, ’21, ’22) and five out of the last six (2016, ’17). For the 16th straight year, Carmichael will lend his signature design to the most grueling Supercross course on the circuit.

 

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