Sebring International Raceway
About Sebring International Raceway
Sebring International Raceway is North America’s oldest sports car racing facility, originating from a WWII B-17 training base known as Hendricks Field. Since 1952, the third weekend in March has seen the world’s best cars and drivers compete on the grueling 3.74-mile Sebring circuit, a mixture of concrete and asphalt surfaces, racing into the Florida night with the scent of orange blossoms filling the air.
Sebring is among the most fan-friendly circuits in the world, with all fans getting complete access to the competitor paddock. Viewing mounds around the circuit give an elevated view of the action while pit box seats offer a jaw-dropping up close look at all the action in the pits. No wonder Sebring was voted one of the world’s ten best auto races by USA Today.
Former Sebring winners include Juan Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, Dan Gurney, Mario Andretti, Phil Hill, A.J. Foyt, Hurley Haywood, Al Holbert and Tom Kristensen.
Sebring is history and tradition blended with today’s best road racing competitors. The 12-hour classic is part of the prestigious IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.