Sebring International Raceway is located in Sebring, Florida and is one of the oldest tracks in the United States, with the first race conducted back in 1950. It is the host of 12 Hours of Sebring, a leg of the triple crown of endurance racing. The track occupies a part of the Sebring Regional Airport.
Sebring International Raceway was envisioned to be like 24 Hours of Le Mans. In 1952, the first 12 Hours of Sebring was held. This race would go one to become a major international race.
Looking at the track configuration, the course is 3.74 miles long and includes 17 turns with long straights. The last turn, “Turn 17” is bumpy, fast, long and can make or break a car’s speed on the straightaway to the finish line. The track surface itself is know to be rough and can be especially challenging to drive when rainy. It also has very little elevation change.