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Sebring onboard Pescarolo Classic12 Pistons and Props
Onboard with Richard Bradley in the LMP1 Pescarolo courtesy of David Porter at the Classic12 Pistons and Props by Historic Sportscar Racing at Sebring International Raceway

FIA WEC Sebring 12 Hour Highlights
Allan McNish, Tom Kristensen and Dindo Capello win the 2012 WEC Sebring 12 Hour

Charlie Slater, Bill Auberlin & Joe Cogbill Winners Sebring 12 Hour 1995
Charlie Slater, Bill Auberlin & Joe Cobill win the Sebring 12 Hour IMSA Endurance race in 1995 in the GT2 class. Bill Auberlin was extremely fast with the fastest qualifying time and the team lead most of the race from start to finish facing tough competition and challenges from rainy weather which turns Sebring into "Lake Sebring" as the area is so flat. This was the first major win for the legendary Alex Job and his wife Holly Job that would go on to win over sixty major endurance races in International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) and ALMS (American Le mans Series) sanctioned professional races as the USA team manager for the Porsche authorized racing efforts in North America.. Alex prepared the entire car including building the engine and transmission combination himself personally as well as the chassis preparation and organizing the entire mostly volunteer crew for the event. Charlie Slater had emerged as a prosperous self-made businessman with an invention in the medical field and had now become the current owner of the IMSA sanctioning body. Joe Cogbill experienced his first major professional win coming from the Sports Car Club of America amateur ranks as three time national champion. Bill Auberlin went on to experience a long professional racing career as a BMW team driver. The Henry Taleb, Rob Wilson & Jean Pierre Michelet Nissan 240SX was second in the GT2 Class with Jorge Trejos, Dennis Aase & Martin Snow finishing third.

Sebring 12 Hour rubber build up