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Race day at Sebring

Race day at Sebring

At 9am on Saturday morning we found ourselves standing just over the pit wall on the track next to the Audis and Peugeots. It is Sebring tradition that before the race (which starts at 10:30am) all the cars are lined up along the grid and the public are allowed to wander amongst them and get […]

In Sebring

In Sebring

Driving down Highway 27 from Orlando, it soon becomes clear that somehing is going on. First you see a couple of Corvettes on the road, then a few Porsches. RVs are everywhere in this part of Florida anyway at this time of year but there is a definite concentration around Sebring this week. It is […]

At the track in Sebring

I mentioned earlier that there are plenty of similarities between Le Mans and Sebring. Well that is true. However their are just as many differences. The atmosphere at the circuit here in Sebring is electric. There is always something going on. Perhaps the biggest difference between here and Le Mans is the access that all […]

World Premiere for the Peugeot 908 HYbrid4

Following the unveiling of the 908 in February, a diesel hybrid version of the new car will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show. The newcomer has already been set ambitious targets for the 2011 season. The new 908 was designed to comply with endurance racing’s latest regulations and will play a part in […]

12 Hours of Sebring: Preview

With a resident population of less than 25,000 Sebring is usually a sleepy town in central Florida and yet, every March, Sebring comes alive to the sound of engines and race fans. This year sees the  59th running of the 12 hours race at Sebring, which this year not only marks the beginning of the […]

12 Hours of Sebring: Race Review

Below is a breakdown of the 12 Hours of Sebring as it happened. Hour 1 With 56 cars on the 3.7 mile track here at Sebring it was always going to be difficult race to call in all classes with traffic and stoppages likely to play a significant part. Within 2 laps the new 908 […]