2018 Harley-Davidson Daytona TT Track Gets Major Upgrades
America’s most unique motorcycle race – the bigger, better and faster Harley-Davidson TT presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys at Daytona – is set to dramatically expand its fan-friendly flavor on March 15, 2018, with the addition of several exciting new features. These include pit-road bleacher seating (see yellow area on map, above), which gets fans across the Speedway’s legendary tarmac and up close and personal to the TT action, and a multifaceted, family friendly UNOH (University of Northwestern Ohio) Fanzone in the legendary Daytona International Speedway infield, which incorporates vintage bike displays, a Harley-Davidson stunt show, and much more.
Of course, just as at last year’s inaugural Daytona TT, there will also be an hour-long and fan-friendly rider autograph signing session in the paddock garages from 4:30 to 5:30 pm. This is an exclusive opportunity for fans to check out the amazing AFT Twins presented by Vance & Hines and AFT Singles machinery, and get up close and personal with the riders.
Perhaps the coolest thing about the UNOH Fanzone is that everyone’s invited! It’s true. Anyone with a Reserved Grandstand ticket or a General Admission ticket ($30 pre-order, $40 day of race – and kids under 12 are free) will be able to walk across Daytona’s famed tri-oval asphalt to get to the infield UNOH Fanzone, which will feature a host of cool attractions including live music from two different bands, plenty of motorcycle-specific vendors, the aforementioned Harley-Davidson stunt show, a kids area, plenty of unique food and drink options, and two separate vintage bike displays.
The first of these is a vintage and antique race bike display from 20th Century Racing featuring Harley-Davidson and Indian Motorcycle board track racers from the 1920s, Class-C hand-shift racers from the ’30s and ’40s, and Bultaco ‘trackers from the 1960s. The second display comes from the Antique Motorcycle Club of America’s (AMCA) Central Florida Sunshine chapter and features a host of machines 35 years and older. So whatever your tastes you’re bound to find something that tickles your two-wheeled funny bones.
Trackside seating for the March 15 Harley-Davidson TT Presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys at Daytona is general admission ($49 pre-order, $59 day of race) and available on a first-come/first-served basis. The views from Daytona International Speedway’s pit road bleachers are unmatched, and will keep you close to the on-track action and the paddock.
There are also two VIP ticket options for the Daytona TT. The first features access to the Daytona 500 Club, which offers exemplary views of the DAYTONA TT course from a luxury suite high above the track, and includes flat screen TVs, exclusive rooftop seating, dinner, all-day snacks and beverages (including beer and wine), priority parking and a souvenir event program.
The second VIP option features access to the Rolex 24 at Daytona Lounge, and includes premium hospitality for individuals or small groups. Amenities include climate-controlled lounge seating, flat screen TVs, WiFi, all-day snacks, a premium bar, and premium parking. You can also step outside the lounge and enjoy general admission seating with spectacular views of the Daytona TT action.
Whichever ticket package you choose, do not miss the action at this year’s Harley-Davidson TT Presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys at Daytona. Featuring the resumption of the Harley-Davidson and Indian Motorcycle wars of 2017 in AFT Twins presented by Vance & Hines, the action-packed AFT Singles competition, and a redesigned race track featuring wider and faster corners and 150-foot jump section, the DAYTONA TT is sure to launch American Flat Track’s 2018 season with a major bang.
Gates open at 1:00, with practice at 2:00 sharp. Opening ceremonies are at 6:00, with racing starting at 6:30. Don’t miss it!
Get your tickets for the Bigger, Better and Faster Harley-Davidson TT presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys at Daytona on March 15, 2018, at Daytona International Speedway. General Admission tickets start at just $30, and are on sale now via the Speedway’s website at or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP.