Porsche 911 RSR
They have won the overall race 18 times and have had 67 class victories. This makes the German performance car maker the most successful manufacture in Sebring history.
Hit the jump to read more about how Porsche is preparing for the legendary race.
The track in Florida is a tough one, known for its bumpy surfaces. Porsche is hoping to repeat last year’s GT Le Mans class victory. The 12 hour race marks the second race of the year in the TUDOR United Sportscar Racing Championship’s season.
In the GT Le Mans class three Porsche 911 RSRs will be fielded. Two cars will be factory backed cars and the other is backed by Falken Tires.
Nick Tandy (#911 car): “It’s always a highlight to compete in Sebring, regardless in which series you compete for the rest of the year. On this storied track you truly breathe sports car history and that fascinates me.”
The 12 Hours of Sebring is scheduled to start on Saturday March 21st at 10:45 eastern time. You can view the action live on the Internet at www.imsa.com as well as on the motorsport channel Motors TV.
Desktop wallpaper of the Porsche 911 RSR.