Supporting events add to Sebring's action-packed schedule. A wide variety of supporting events and entertainment will add to the excitement of the 51st Annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring race week. Gates open on Wednesday, March 12, and ...
Supporting events add to Sebring's action-packed schedule.
A wide variety of supporting events and entertainment will add to the excitement of the 51st Annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring race week.
Gates open on Wednesday, March 12, and remain open 24 hours a day, culminating with the 10:30 am Saturday start of the prestigious 12 hour classic.
In addition to the American Le Mans Series 12 hour race, seven supporting races take to the track, including the Star Mazda Series, Panoz GT Pro Series, Formula Ford 2000 Championship, SPEED World Challenge GT and Touring races, vintage events and the Formula Dodge National Championship.
Off track, a special Tribute to Corvette display will feature many legendary competition Corvettes that have raced at Sebring over the past 50 years. The American Le Mans Series Driver Autograph Session takes place noon Friday, and the popular Spring Brake Party Zone will feature Battle of the Bands, beach volleyball and the Hawaiian Tropic Bikini Contest.
SEBRING OFFERS WIDE VARIETY OF VIEWING OPTIONS
Sebring International Raceway's 400-acre facility offers race fans a wide variety of viewing, parking and camping options for the 51st Annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.
The popular Sebring Superticket, offered as both a four-day or one-day (Saturday) ticket allows for complete access to the Paddock, where all the race teams are located. All ticket holders will have access to the many viewing berms located around the 3.7 mile circuit, giving an elevated view of some of Sebring's famous turns.
Pit Box seats in Sebring's state-of-the-art pit complex give spectators a stunning panoramic view of the historic track and a bird's eye view of all the pit action.
A very limited number of reserved trackside parking and camping spaces also are available.
Tickets can be reserved by calling 800-626-7223. Race fans can visit www.sebringraceway.com for more information.
MEMORABILIA MUSEUM OFFERS GLIMPSE OF SEBRING'S PAST
A collection of memorabilia documenting the history of Sebring International Raceway will be on display at the track during the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, March 12-15.
Programs, photos, posters and other items dating back to the first race at Sebring in 1950 can be viewed at the Memorabilia Museum located adjacent to the gift shop at the front entrance of the raceway. Also included is a scale model of every Sebring-wining car and the Alec Ulmann Trophy, honoring all the past wining drivers.