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12 Ways to Explore the 12 Hours

Once Around the Clock – A Lifetime of Memories

1.  Learn the Turns With 17 different turns around the 3.74-mile circuit (the second longest road racing track in North America), Sebring has plenty of great viewing areas.

Several viewing berms are located around the circuit, including the challenging turns 3-4-5 complex and the exciting Hairpin. Small grandstands are located at the Hairpin and Turn 14. The paddock is open to all spectators and provides up close viewing of the teams preparing their cars for battle. For a panoramic view of the pits and the front straight, Pit Box seats put you on top of the action (for availability call 800-626-7223). 

2.  Sebring CuisineWith a variety of food vendors on both the Midway and in the Paddock, there are numerous culinary options at Sebring. You can find everything from corn dogs to alligator nuggets, including pizza, chicken and waffles, and the legendary “Beast” sandwich sold at the Snack Shack.

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Hans Stuck Named Sebring Grand Marshal

Three-time Sebring winner Hans Stuck will serve as Grand Marshal of the 63rd Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh From Florida, March 18-21. Stuck has a varied career in motor racing with 81 Formula One starts and numerous endurance racing wins, including twice at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In 1985 he won the Sportscar World Championship with Derek Bell.

Stuck's first win at Sebring came in 1975 driving for the BMW factory team. Stuck will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of BMW's first major USA win this year at Sebring with co-drivers Sam Posey and Brian Redman.

His second Sebring win came in 1986, driving the Coke Porsche 962 with Bob Akin and Jo Gartner. His third overall win came in 1988 aboard the Bayside Porsche 962 co-driven by Klaus Ludwig. Stuck also recorded two class wins at Sebring (1993 and 1996). He was inducted into the Sebring Hall of Fame in 2008, when Stuck begin his current position as Motorsport Representative for the Volkswagen Group.

Sebring Encore for the 1965-Winning Chaparral

The thunder of one of America's greatest road racing legends will roar to life at this year's Sebring when the 1965-winning Chaparral returns for an encore 50 years after its landmark win. Driven by Jim Hall and Hap Sharp, the Chevrolet powered beast with an automatic transmission survived an incredible rainstorm to record the Sebring victory back in 1965, giving America its first win at Sebring in 12 years. The famous Chaparral will be on display at the Gallery of Legends in the paddock, and conditions permitting, the Chaparral will be making laps prior to the start of the 63rd Sebring on Saturday morning, March 21st.

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  • 2016 Twelve Hours of Sebring To Be Final Event for Stephenson +

    Sebring International Raceway President and General Manager’s Tenure Ending Next March SEBRING, Fla. (June 29, 2015) - Sebring International Raceway announced Read More
  • 12 Ways to Explore the 12 Hours +

    Once Around the Clock – A Lifetime of Memories 1.  Learn the Turns – With 17 different turns around the 3.74-mile circuit Read More
  • Hans Stuck Named Sebring Grand Marshal +

    Three-time Sebring winner Hans Stuck will serve as Grand Marshal of the 63rd Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled Read More
  • Explore Sebring’s Best Viewing: Six Ways to Watch the 12 Hours +

    Sebring is flat as a pancake and lacks the elevation changes of scenic road courses like Road Atlanta. But the Read More
  • General Schedule of Events +

     Event Schedule Friday, March 20, 2015   2:40 pm -  4:10 pm                   Tire Marking - TUDOR Championship - IMSA Technical Trailer   Read More
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