The track hosts two NASCAR Sprint Cup races a season, including the Daytona 500.
The damage at the track includes “impacts to lights, speakers, signage, fences, gates, awnings and palm trees,” according to a statement.
MORE: Atlanta track opens campgrounds for evacuees “We are working with local, regional and state officials on recovery efforts following Hurricane Matthew,” the statement read.
“Daytona International Speedway is once again serving as a staging site for Florida Power and Light crews.
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who has been impacted by this weather system.” MORE: 10 to watch at Charlotte Daytona officials also addressed a photo circulating social media that shows heavy flood damage on the race track, but actually occurred in an earlier storm.