The wait is almost over. Teams competing in the new TUDOR United SportsCar Championship are eagerly preparing to share the track for the first time in a pair of two-day testing sessions at Sebring International Raceway and Daytona International Speedway.

Sebring will host testing on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 16-17. Following a day for travel and setup, testing resumes at Daytona on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 19-20. On-track activity for all four TUDOR Championship classes will run from 8 a.m. through 5 p.m. ET for the Sebring sessions, with a one-hour lunch break beginning at noon. Daytona testing will run from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. both days with a one-hour break.Both tests are open to the public. At Sebring, tickets will be $10 per day, available for purchase at the gate. Access will be restricted to certain areas and there will be no spectators allowed in the paddock. At Daytona, fans can watch from the Oldfield grandstands, open free to the public both days.

Sports car aficionados who are unable to attend can still follow all the action with live timing and scoring, available on www.imsa.com. The official web site will also carry photos and team reports from each day's action.

Another unique way to get inside the action is to follow the series' official Twitter account, @UnitedSportsCar. Jordan Taylor, the 2013 Daytona Prototype champion, will handle the official account throughout Saturday's opening session, and will be joined by fellow guest Tweeters throughout the testing.

At least two dozen cars are expected for the Sebring sessions, with additional teams joining the testing at Daytona, where more than 30 cars are anticipated.

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