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Gather around all you motor sports enthusiasts! The University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) Battle at the Beach is calling up top drivers in NASCAR's lower-level series and club racing for an all-star, non-point race. UNOH Battle at the Beach is a successor to the event named Toyota All-Star Showdown. Irwindale Speedway in California held this event from 2003-2011. It was then relocated to Daytona and the inauguration of UNOH Battle at the Beach was held at the Daytona International Speedway in 2013. The event is taking place in Daytona this spring season as well. Gear up to attend this much anticipated motor sports event. Opened in 1959, the venue is home to the esteemed race in NASCAR and Daytona 500. For fans coming to attend the event from all parts of the country, Daytona Hospitality tickets can land them good accommodation packages. Don't let the supreme packages slip through your hand just because you couldn't make it in time.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) sanctions and governs multiple auto racing sports events. The biggest racing series sanctioned by NASCAR includes The Camping World Truck Series, the Nationwide Series and the Sprint Cup Series. NASCAR announced the introduction of motorcycle course for the UNOH Battle at the Beach in Daytona back in 2012. The new course involves the skid pad off Turn 2, .400 mile oval utilizing Turn 8 and backstretch. The regional stock car racing, K&N Pro Series East and West cars are divisions of NASCAR. They would return with Late Models of their own race and would feature only one class as per the NASCAR-established rules. These rules are applicable at the NASCAR-sanctioned tracks. On the other hand, the Whelen Modified Tours including North and South will partake in one communal race.
As per the previous event, Toyota All-Star Showdown, the format of the two NASCAR touring races would remain the same. It would include automatic lock-in slots for winning races as well as the championship. Division race would shortlist their respective winners and series champions who would be eligible for the touring division. All winners and champions of the East and West Series race would be eligible for the K&N Pro Series. On the other hand, all winners and champions of Whelen Modified and Whelen Southern Modified Tour would be eligible for the Modified division. NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion would make its way in through The Late Model race. Whereas, the Whelen All-American Series standings would make the remaining 9 drivers eligible in NASCAR's top ten.
Winners of NASCAR's international series in Europe, Canada and Mexico would be free to choose from the three races in order to participate. They would automatically qualify for the race once they decide where to race from. Balance of the starting field would be established from the heat races and time trails of the two races. NASCAR K&N Pro Series and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tours clash for national rights this year in Daytona. Fans know the magnitude of the event and what thrill it offers. So what are you waiting for, pack your bags and check in at hotels. While you are at it, don't forget to get Daytona Hospitality tickets to avail supreme accommodation packages to make your experience of staying in Daytona worthwhile.