Dover International Speedway is also called as Dover down International Speedway. It is in Dover Delaware US. It has a capacity of 95500. It is owned and operated by Dover Motorsports Incorporation. Its ground for this track was broke in 1966. It was opened for the race in 1969. The architect of this is Melvin Joseph. The track is of Oval shape with a surface of asphalt from 1969 to 1994. Track’s surface has been changed to concrete from 1995 until now. Its length is 1 mile with four turns. Turns have a banking degree of 24. The straight track has a banking degree of 9. Different Series have different lap records. In Kelly Race event it was 182.639 mph made by Mark Dismore. Another lap record on this track is 21.892 sec made by Brad Keselowski in Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series in 2014. In the year 2001, the seating capacity was increased by 135000 and it makes the largest capacity holder venue of the mid-Atlantic. But after the event of 2014, the seating was reduced to 95500. The track has its mascot named Monster Mile which was introduced on the winner’s trophy. Monster Mile mascot height is 14 meters high.
The current events covered by Dover International Speedway include Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series; AAA 400 Drive for Autism, Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series; Citizen Soldier 400, Xfinity Series; Ollie's Bargain Outlet 200, Xfinity Series; Drive Sober 200, Camping World Truck Series; Jacob Companies 200 and K&N Pro Series East; Dover 125.
At turn 3 there is Monster Bridge 29 feet high has the facility of 56 seats. From this bridge, fans can watch the race very closely and make the excitement on its edge. Demands for the seats are on the full swing at the Nascar events but the seats are limited. For this purpose speedway discussed with its sponsors and made seats available as prizes for the contest and other promotions.