Sebring International Raceway will welcome fans back to the Birthplace of American Endurance Racing March 17-20, 2021. Given its outdoor setting and individual viewing locations throughout the 400-acre facility, a specific number of fans will be permitted to attend provided procedures are followed for the comfort and well being of all guests.

In order for the events to be successful, all attendees must follow guidelines, remain in small groups and conduct themselves in a responsible manner. Guests will have the option to remain in their individual parking or camping areas or socialize with long-time friends and other fans by following the list of procedures below.
Tickets and Parking

Tickets from 2020 will not be honored at the gate. All tickets and passes must have a 2021 date. Guests that chose to exchange 2020 tickets and parking passes for the 2021 race, will be mailed 2021 tickets which must be presented at the gate for entry.

All Club Sebring guests will receive one Alan Jay Paddock Hospitality Parking pass per order.

All Celebrity Cruises Luxury Lounge ticket holders will be issued one parking pass per order and will park adjacent to the Lounge at the end of Midway Drive inside Turn 1.

Gate Procedures

Gates are scheduled to open Wednesday, March 17 at 6 a.m.

All spectators including hospitality guests are required to enter through the Gate 1 ticket (main entrance). Pre-event staging will be open at a date to be determined.

All arriving guests must wear face coverings/masks at the gate

A temperature check and screening questionnaire will be administered for all guests arriving at Gate 1, including returning guests with Pass Outs

Sebring International Raceway Neighborhoods

Green Park

Green Park will be open to all spectators and guests. All restrooms, showers and bridges will be open 24 hours a day starting Wednesday, March 17 at 6 a.m. Face coverings/masks are not required for guests socializing within their own groups. The practice of social distancing will be required. Guests will be required to wear face coverings/masks within six feet of others from outside their group when visiting viewing mounds and restrooms.

Hendricks Field Park

Hendricks Field Park will be open to all spectators and guests. A Hendricks Field or East Paddock Car or RV parking pass is required for all vehicles. Face coverings/masks are not required for guests socializing within their own groups. The practice of social distancing will be required. Guests will be required to use face coverings/masks within six feet of others from outside their group when visiting viewing mounds.

East Paddock

The East Paddock will be open to all spectators and guests. An East Paddock Car or RV parking pass is required for all vehicles. Face coverings/masks are not required for guests socializing within their own groups. The practice of social distancing will be required. The East Walkover Bridge (pit exit) will be open to all guests accessing Turns 1, 14, 15 and 16 and for East Paddock guests accessing The Midway and other areas of the facility. No access to the Alan Jay Paddock is available via the East Walkover Bridge.

The Midway

The Midway will be open to all spectators and guests. All bathrooms, showers and bridges to Green Park will be open 24 hours a day starting Wednesday, March 17 at 6 a.m. Bridges to the
Alan Jay Paddock will only be open to Hospitality Guests with proper credentials. Face coverings/masks are not required for guests socializing within their own groups. The practice of social distancing will be required. Guests will be required to use face coverings/masks within six feet of others from outside their group when visiting concessions, vendor displays, viewing mounds and restrooms.

Alan Jay Paddock

The Alan Jay Paddock is only open to Hospitality Guests. No congregating or “tailgating” in the Alan Jay Paddock will be permitted. Only competitors and race officials will be permitted to access the Competitor Paddock or Pit Road.

Competitor Paddock

The Competitor Paddock will only be accessible by competitors, race officials and others listed on the IMSA essential personnel list. All Competitor Paddock guests must enter the property through Gate 4 and submit to an IMSA health screening. A daily sticker providing access to the competitor paddock will be issued.

Vendor Village & Food Court

Concessions will be open, with safety precautions taken to limit contact.

Face coverings/masks are required while waiting in line and please respect distancing from guests outside of your party.

Additional Guest Information

Pass outs will be provided. Guests must submit to a health screening each time they enter the property.

Guests arriving after 9 p.m. on Thursday or Friday will be permitted to enter with a two- or one-day ticket.

Children 12 and under are admitted free to general admission areas when accompanied by a paying adult. Tickets are required for all ages in hospitality locations.

Free parking is available at Gate 3 or 4 outside the spectator gates

Motorized scooters or golf carts are permitted only for ADA guests.

ADA parking will be available on The Midway and in Green Park. ADA parking in the Alan Jay Paddock will be available only to ADA guests with access to that area.

Only licensed vehicles are permitted on Raceway property.

Bicycles, scooters, golf carts and ATVs are not permitted without permit.

Motorcycles must be parked in specified motorcycle parking lots.

All vehicles require a parking pass.

All towed trailers require an open trailer parking pass.

Pets are not permitted.

Viewing mounds and other spectator areas will be open to guests wearing face coverings/masks.

Car corrals, including grandstands, are limited only to guests who have purchased tickets for those areas.

The race can be heard on WWOJ 99.1 FM or on the Raceway’s own 100.9 FM frequency.

On-site emergency service information, including weather, is available by texting “Sebring12” to 888-777.