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New Hotness Wins 36 Hours Of Florida With Amazing Last-Minute Charge At Sebring

Two words could sum up the final moments of the 12 Hours of Sebring, but we’ll pick a name instead: Pipo. Derani. All eyes were on Extreme Speed Motorsports’ young star driver as he charged through to the lead and gave ESM a combined 36 Hours of Florida win for 2016—all with only 12 minutes left in the race.

A Sad, Lonely Wheel Copes With Feelings Of Abandonment At Sebring

One solitary, forlorn wheel was left on its own on a big, scary racetrack during the 12 Hours of Sebring. The heartless jamokes at Alex Job Racing didn’t secure the wheel properly onto the No. 22 Porsche. Left to its own devices, the wheel lashed out against the sick, sad world which had rejected it, interrupting the…

Racer Proves His Corvette Is A Tank By Driving Away From Gnarly Sebring Wreck

The No. 3 Corvette of Jan Magnussen and No. 911 Porsche 911 of Kévin Estre were battling for the GTLM class lead at Sebring when they took each other out in the eighth hour of the race. The 911 went nose-forward into the tire wall just past the pit straight, but Magnussen was able to fire the ‘Vette back up and limp…

Watch A Lamborghini Spin Out Pants-Soilingly Close In Front Of This Corvette

For the first time since 1998, we’ve got rain during the 12 Hours of Sebring. If you weren’t on wet tires or just pushed it a little too hard on the soaked surface, you were hosed. Most impressive, though, was this insane Lamborghini spin-out that came this close to runing a Corvette’s day. Code Brown: high alert.

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Entire Side Of Car Gets Ripped Off In Crash At The 12 Hours Of Sebring

The 12 Hours of Sebring has barely started and it's already completely crazy. Michael Shank Racing's Ozz Negri almost came into contact with the Team Falken Tire Porsche 911, but hit something way worse. Negri caught the curb trying to get around the 911 on the inside, and the curb flung him into the wall hard.

Still Searching For Answers From Sebring? Q&A with IMSA's Scott Atherton

[No one who watched this year's Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring needs to be told that, although there were plenty of racing thrills in all classes, there were way too many spills, too, as well as operational blunders that tended to exaggerate the consequences of the many incidents and accidents. We greatly appreciate…