IMSA and the FIA WEC have confirmed some significant changes to the timetable for the combined ‘Super Sebring’ week on March 18-21, 2020 at Sebring International Raceway in central Florida.
After close collaboration between the sanctioning bodies and track management, start times for two of the weekend’s four races have been changed, notably the WEC’s 1000 Miles of Sebring on Friday, March 20, round 6 of WEC Season 8, which will now take place four hours earlier, starting at 12 noon (EDT) and finishing at dusk at 20h00.
The IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Alan Jay Automotive Network 120 moves to Thursday, March 19 at 3:50 pm from its traditional Friday date.
Similar to last year, the WEC competitors will have a collective test session the weekend prior to the Super Sebring event.
The IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship’s headline Twelve Hours of Sebring remains on Saturday, March 21.
The WEC Free Practice sessions will all now take place over 60 minutes apiece, rather than the standard 90-minute length for FP1 and FP2
The classic endurance race begins at 10h40 EDT to complete what promises to be another fantastic weekend of the best sports car racing in the world.
Gates for Super Sebring open on Wednesday, March 18 at 06h00 with FIA WEC practice sessions and qualifying taking place on Wednesday and Thursday. Friday morning will feature IMSA WeatherTech practice and qualifying before the 1000 Miles of Sebring.