Here Is The Starting Lineup For Tomorrow's 12 Hours Of Sebring

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The 12 Hours of Sebring is one of the most prestigious and grueling endurance races of the year. But before you race the 12 Hours of Sebring, you must qualify. Here is how they'll set off tomorrow.

As expected in P1, Audi's R18 e-trons have taken first and second on the grid. The pole winning car of Marcel Fassler, Benoit Treluyer, and Olivier Jarvis beat out Allan McNish, Tom Kristensen, and Lucas di Grassi's Audi by .009 seconds. Former F1 ace Quick Nick Heidfeld (a last minute addition to the grid) will line up third in his Lola B12/60.

The P2 pole is held down by Ryan Briscoe in an HPD ARX-03b. Teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay is right behind in his HPD ARX-03b.


The DeltaWing, which is classified as a P1 car but is also kind of in its own class, will be setting off 15th overall.

Colin Braun snatched the PC pole from former IndyCar driver Bruno Junquiera.

GT was a bit of a shock, with Gimmi Bruni putting his Ferrari 458 Italia at the top of the class. He's followed by Olly Gavin's Corvette C6.R and Aston Martin V8 Vantage of Stefan Mucke. The Vipers are going off sixth and tenth in class, respectively.

In GTC, Andy Lally put his Porsche on the pole ahead of 10 other Porsches.

The race starts tomorrow at 10:45 on SPEED. Tune in and watch along with us.

Full lineup below courtesy of ALMS live timing and scoring:

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Galant Enthusiast

I'm sorry but how is the delta wing in a class of its own? I know its a favorite around here, and I like it too, but it isn't anything other than a P1 car. No matter how strange, and cool, it is it has compete with the big boys. A car becomes a race car when it races and race car belongs in a class when it satisfies the rules for that class.