Daytona, Florida, USA


  • Master planning
  • Writing and content development
  • Attraction planning and design
  • Graphic design
  • Executive media production
Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement, 1997
IAAPA Expo 1st Place Best New Product, 1996

Project Description:

JRA delivered planning and design for this 50,000-square-foot visitor center, which was open year-round for private events surrounding the 28 racing events held at Daytona International Speedway every year.

Special features included:

  • The 16-second Pit Stop Challenge, where visitors are invited to test their mechanical skills in a race against the clock.

  • The Trilon Trivia Tower, where guests test their racing knowledge beneath a replica of the Speedway’s scoring trilon.

  • A robotic system that lifts away different levels of Jeff Gordon’s No. 24 Winston Cup race car to reveal the car’s complex systems.

  • A full-scale slice of Daytona’s 31° banked track.

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