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Revisit Great Moments From Sebring’s 62-Year History

Capture the spirit of this weekend’s 62nd Annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh From Florida by visiting this photo gallery.

Among the photos are historic standouts such as the Ferrari 250P driven to victory by John Surtees and Lodovico Scarfiotti in 1963; Peter Revson and Steve McQueen celebrating their second-place overall finish in 1970; the 1983 upset scored by Wayne Baker, Jim Mullen and Kees Nierup, when they came back from 11 laps down to win in a Porsche 934; and the Swap Shop Porsche 962 of A.J. Foyt and Bob Wollek that won by four laps in 1985.

The gallery also includes photos from the recent TUDOR United SportsCar Championship test at Sebring, marking the first time that Daytona Prototypes took to the historic circuit.

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Stefan Johansson Joins Scuderia Corsa Lineup At Sebring

Johansson and Lorenzo Case' will partner with Alessandro Balzan and Jeff Westphal for 12-hour classic

Scuderia Corsa has announced that the team has retained drivers Stefan Johansson and Lorenzo Case' to partner with the drivers of the no. 63 Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458 Italia, Alessandro Balzan and Jeff Westphal, for next weekend's Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh From Florida.

Johansson, a veteran of 109 Formula One races with two seasons spent with Scuderia Ferrari, has twice won at the Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring. His second win, in 1997, came behind the wheel of a Ferrari 333SP, and he also has one overall victory and two class victories at the 24 Hours of LeMans. He was also recently named the Sporting Director of the Scuderia Corsa team.

Case' drove with the team at the season-opening Rolex 24 at Daytona. He, Balzan, and Westphal will be making their first start in Sebring's endurance classic, while Johansson is making his 12th start.

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IMSA Studying Data from Sebring Testing

The winter test at Sebring International Raceway has come and gone. Now, IMSA is analyzing the data from the two days of TUDOR United SportsCar Championship testing and other off-track activities to determine if additional balance of performance needs exist prior to the 62nd Annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh From Florida on March 15.

“We’re going through the process to see if the changes we made going into the test were correct,” said Scot Elkins, IMSA vice president, competition and technical regulations. “We’re gathering all the data, and feeling pretty good about it.”

The test involved more than on-track activities. IMSA took examples of the Ford, Chevrolet and Honda Prototype (P) engines to the engine dynamometer in Concord, N.C., prior to the testing, establishing new restrictor sizes for the Daytona Prototype cars. On Monday, the Starworks Honda DP, Michael Shank Racing Ford EcoBoost DP and Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP went to the Windshear Wind Tunnel in Concord to validate the high-downforce setups that were used at the test.

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