RACE DAY INFO

WHAT TO DO

Sebring is more than a race. It's up to four days of non-stop people watching, partying, one-of-a-kind experiences and of course watching the race.

  • Fan activities during the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring include: Whattodo Autographsession

    TRANSPORTER PARADE
    CONCERTS & LIVE MUSIC
    GRID WALK & DRIVER INTROS
    AUTOGRAPH SESSIONS
    CHEVROLET RIDE & DRIVE
    WALK THE PADDOCK

WHERE TO GO

  • Located on Midway Drive, the Fan Zone at Sebring International Raceway is your one-stopFan Zone
    fun shop. With lots of vendors to choose from, look no further when feeling hungry. If a liquid
    diet is more your speed, stop by the CoCo Deck - our double decker bar where you are sure to
    get a great deal on Yuengling, Mikes Harder & cocktails.

     

    FOOD & DRINKS
    JUMBOTRON
    CONCERTS & LIVE MUSIC   
    CORNHOLE
    GIANT BEER PONG
    GRANDSTAND SEATING
    & MORE.

  • Located on Midway Drive near the Fan Zone, stroll through the many vendors and displays including Chevrolet, Michelin, Mobil 1 and more. Visit the Sebring Hall of Fame classic car display inside Hotel Seven and purchase your favorite Sebring and IMSA merchandise at the official Raceway merchandise tent. 

     

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    OFFICIAL EVENT MERCH
    GIVEAWAYS
    ART VENDORS
    & MORE.

  • With one of the most raucous reputations in motorsports, Green Park is known for its one-of-a-kind parties, campsites & fans. If you've been to Sebring, but never have visited Green Park, were you really there? Green Park's "anything goes" mentality is a stop you have to make while enjoying the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.  Drivers and teams regularly make the trek to Green Park to visit with the most passionate fans in sports.  

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    TURN 10
    UNIQUE CAMPSITES
    GATEWAY TO GREEN PARK
    VIEWING MOUNDS

  • Every ticket includes access to the competitor paddock. Hop on a tram, or walk to the paddock by
    crossing one of two pedestrian bridges. Get up close to team haulers and take a peek at the world's
    most technologically advanced sportscars that compete in IMSA & the WEC. Join the crowd
    Saturday morning on the frontstretch before the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring for pre-race
    ceremonies including a grid walk and driver introductions.

     

    Autograph Session

    AUTOGRAPH SESSIONS
    SEE THE CARS, MEET THE STARS
    TEAM HAULERS
    GRID WALK
    DRIVER INTRODUCTIONS

WHERE TO WATCH

  • The Hairpin at Sebring International Raceway is an iconic viewing area where you can get an up-close peek at your favoriteHairpin cars as they brake heavily turning into Sebring’s tightest corner, hit the apex and accelerate through Turn 8. With newly added grandstands, the viewing mound and jumbotron at the Hairpin makes for a great opportunity to take in the sights and sounds of the 12 Hours of Sebring.

     

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    Located near the flagpole in Hendricks Field, you'll find the
    Turn 3 grandstand. Watch as cars speed towards you from
    Turns 1 & 2 and make their way through Turns 3, 4 & 5.
    Directly across the track is a jumbotron ensuring you won't
    miss any action from around the circuit. If you don't have a
    Hendricks Field car pass, the grandstand is just a short walk
    away from parking in Green Park.

  • The newest viewing area at Sebring is located outside of 2013 Super Trofeo Usa 2.jpg
    Turn 17 behind the Chevy Ride & Drive display. Watch as
    drivers navigate their way from the backstretch where they
    are reaching their fastest speeds on track, to the oh-so tricky
    Turn 17. Known for its rough nature, the last turn of the track is sure to provide lots of action for those who do not
    "Respect The Bumps."

  • Located on Midway Drive, the Fan Zone at SebringConcert1
    International Raceway is your one-stop fun shop. With lots
    of vendors to choose from, look no further when feeling
    hungry. If a liquid diet is more your speed, stop by the
    CoCo Deck - our double decker bar where you are sure to
    get a great deal on Yuengling, Mike's Harder & cocktails.

WHERE TO PARK

  • Parking LabombaAll vehicles entering the Raceway require a parking pass. Once you have purchased your pass, you're free to drive to all areas of the Midway and Green Park, while other areas of the property, including Hendricks Field and the East Paddock, require special parking passes. 

    FREE PARKING AREAS:
    Parking outside the Raceway is free, including overnight camping located off of Carroll Shelby Road. Pedestrian gates are located at Gate 4 where you'll find Tram Central Station.  Hope on board for access to popular locations throughout the property.

    FREE PARKING
    NEAR GATES 3 & 4

HOW TO GET AROUND

  • Three tram lines will operate each day and evening.

    MIDWAY
    The Blue line takes guests from Tram Central Station to multiple locations on the Midway.Sebring 11

     

    PADDOCK
    The Red line takes guests from Tram Central Station to the Paddock, including the East Paddock, nearest to the FIA WEC Paddock.

    ULMANN
    The Purple line is an express route taking competitors, media, and others parked on the Ulmann Straight directly to the Paddock. Guests on the Purple line can transfer to the Blue line at Tram Central Station for access to the Midway.