Sebring International Raceway

Sebring International Raceway is America’s oldest road racing track, with over six decades of storied history. The legendary circuit evolved from a World War II airbase in the middle of Florida. The concrete runways still form a major part of the circuit and make the circuit notorious for its “bumps” which are a real test for man and machine.

Sebring was the home to the FIA World Endurance Championship’s first ever race in 2012, an event run concurrently with the American Le Mans Series, and won by the celebrated Audi Sport Team Joest crew of Allan McNish, Tom Kristensen and Dindo Capello.

The WEC didn’t return to Sebring until 2019, this time for an event billed as Super Sebring. The 1000 Miles of Sebring took place on a Friday, ahead of IMSA’s Twelve Hours of Sebring the following day to form an exhilarating weekend of race action for fans and competitors alike. This format was successfully repeated in 2022 and 2023, with American sports car racing fans able to enjoy seeing Hypercars including the Penske Porsches, Ferraris, Cadillacs and Glickenhaus competing on US soil for the first time.


Look back to 2023…

New season, new era, new entrants…there was so much to look forward to at Sebring. Ferrari made its mark straight away with pole position in its first race, but it was Toyota which took the top two steps of the race podium, the #7 just 2.1 seconds ahead of #8 after 8 hours of racing. Ferrari’s #50 claimed the final place on the podium, after being strongly challenged by Cadillac in the closing stages of the race.

LMP2 saw a typically close race with JOTA Sport, United Autosports and Prema all vying for victory throughout. The strategically stronger JOTA squad claimed the winners’ laurels but no one really knew what the outcome was going to be until the chequered flag. Corvette Racing took a convincing victory on home turf, holding off challenges from Aston Martin, Ferrari and Porsche.

Circuit Details

  • Location: Florida, USA
  • First Used: 1950
  • Length: 6.019 km (3.74 miles)
  • Turns: 17
  • FIA WEC Race Lap Record: 1:41.800 – Kamui Kobayashi – Toyota TS050 Hybrid LMP1 - 2019
  • 2023 FIA WEC Winners: #7 Toyota Gazoo Racing – Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi, José Maria López

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Toyota wins opening round I 2023 1000 Miles of Sebring Race Highlights I FIA WEC

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