ISC generated $136.6M in total revenue in Q1, "mostly from Speedweeks events in Daytona Beach," up from to $131.8M in revenues during the same quarter a year ago. The company also produced a Q1 net income of $15M, or "32 cents per share of its common stock," down from $19.9M, or "43 cents per share, for the same period last year, largely because of costs related to its ongoing" $400M Daytona Rising renovation. Excluding those one-time costs, as well as a tax benefit, ISC’s net income in the latest quarter "actually rose year-over-year" by $1.4M.
Meanwhile, the increase in ticket sales for the Daytona 500 "not only included more tickets sold," but also a 2.3% higher average price. ISC CFO Dan Houser said, "We exceeded our expectations." Daytona Beach NEWS-JOURNAL