Best known as the “Monster Mile®,” Dover International Speedway is a one-mile, high-banked oval in Dover, Del. The track has been a fixture on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule since its inception in 1969 and continues to host NASCAR’s three national touring series – the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – as well as the NASCAR Camping World Series, a regional touring series.

Each seat at the Monster Mile provides an excellent view of the action, but nothing can beat the privileged access of being on the concrete track. Now, you can gain a new perspective of the Monster Mile on non-race weekends and get behind the scenes at Dover International Speedway. 

A guided track tour may include some of these stops: The Monster Monument at Victory Plaza, presented by AAA, Victory Lane, an up close and personal view of the track and pit road, a visit inside the Infield Media Center and more! 

Souvenirs will be available for purchase at the conclusion of the tour. 

Cameras are encouraged and provide a great way to remember and relive your visit to the Monster Mile! 

Your tour guide on most days will be George Keller, the track’s historian. Keller has not missed a race at the track since its inception in 1969. He has many a story and memory to share!