Sebring International Raceway is an iconic 3.74 mile road course located in Sebring, Florida, that has been host to numerous professional and amateur races for over 75 years. With its tight turns, challenging elevation changes, and long straightaways, Sebring’s challenging layout is truly considered an endurance racing classic.
Nearest track of a similar category is Daytona International Speedway (194 kilometers away).
Sebring International Raceway is one of the oldest and most storied race tracks in the world, and is also the oldest track in the nation that is still in operation.
The track was designed by renowned architect and race car driver, Alfred Vail in 1950.
Sebring International Raceway is only 3.2 miles and has 17 turns.
Sebring International Raceway hosts the historic 12 Hours of Sebring, which is the second-longest sports car race in the US and the oldest in the US.
Sebring International Raceway is home to numerous historic races including the first US Grand Prix, the first Formula 1 race in America, and the first Formula 5000 race.
In addition to its rich history, Sebring International Raceway is known for its challenging course and unique surface.
Sebring International Raceway has a banking of 18 degrees and is the second-fastest sportscar track used in the world.
Sebring International Raceway has a 2.514-mile long straight known as "The Hairpin", which as a kink in its hairpin turn.
Sebring International Raceway also has one of the best & most scenic natural courses in the world, being located in the middle of woodland preserve.
The Sebring International Raceway complex includes an additional 2.3-mile sprint track called SebringRC, which is used by the Ferrari Challenge and the American Le Mans Series.