Sebring International Raceway is America’s premier sports car racing facility. Nestled among the orange groves and cattle ranches of Central Florida, it is the oldest permanent road racing track in North America, evolving from a World War II airbase. Sebring is world famous for the annual Twelve Hours of Sebring endurance race, part of the prestigious American Le Mans Series.
Every year on the third Saturday of March, the raceway hosts thousands of race fans from around the world to witness the historic 12-hour classic.
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Home of the "Twelve Hours of Sebring" Endurance Race
Located at Sebring International Raceway