Daytona is primarily known as a NASCAR track. It is also known for the Daytona Beach community's "Bike Week," and every March Daytona International Speedway hosts two weeks of intense motorcycle racing with Daytona 200 Week. Racers and fans from around the world converge on the Speedway for the best in road racing, supercross and dirt track competition.
10 days of two-wheeled action concludes with the American Motorcyclist Association-sanctioned Daytona Supercross By Honda and the Daytona 200 By Honda.
Daytona has multiple configurations: a 2.95-mile track with 12 turns, 4 right and 9 left and utilizes part of the speedway tri-oval; and a 3.51-mile track with 12 turns, 3 right and 9 left and utilizes part of the the speedway tri-oval.