Sebring International Raceway is a road course auto racing facility located near Sebring, Florida, USA. Sebring is one of the oldest continuously-operating race tracks in the United State, its first racing being run in 1950.
Like the original layout, the current one is a mix of smooth asphalt-paved roadway and car-busing, tooth-rattling concrete-slab runways. With a wide variety of types of corners, from featureless wide-open throttle, wide-radius sweepers to a tight hairpin, Sebring offers a driver a variety of cornering challenges, and major bumps make a car dance.
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Sebring International Raceway has three configurations, the longest, International Course (pictured left), is 3.7 miles (6.0 km) long. It is a seventeen-turn road course with long straights, several high-speed corners, and very technical slower corners. Many of the turns and points along the track are named for the early teams and drivers. There is very little elevation change around the track and little camber on the surface, providing a challenging track for drivers, especially when it rains.
The Modified Course (pictured middle) is a 1.97 mile (3.17 km) course that features 9 turns, while the Club Course (pictured right) is an 11 turn, 1.75 mile (2.816 km) circuit.
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