Posts Tagged ‘Sebring’

2016 12 Hours at Sebring

Yes, it is a 12 hour race; that is true. But for most of us, race day is more like a 20 hour race or more preceeded by a week’s worth of very long days. My Saturday started out at 5AM when the alarm went off and I fell asleep on the couch pretty much […]


Second Session Winter Testing

I didn’t spend too much time out on the track today, when I went out this afternoon, the light was too short and I wasn’t feeling it.  I shot a few near the crossover bridge for the Green Park and then went back to the pits to finish up. It looks like many of the […]


2016 WeatherTech Winter Testing at Sebring

Day one for the big guns has started out bright, sunny, cold and loud. Nearly everyone went out on to track right away and most have been pounding around since 8AM. A Michelin rep just walked up to me and said that Scott Dixon is not only in the Ganassi #67 as I type, but […]


2016 Mazda Prototype Winter Testing Day Two

Good Morning! While it did rain overnight and the skies were a flat grey at the 8AM start time, the track was basically dry and there wasn’t any more rain forecast until after the session. When I say mostly dry, there was some water in both T1 and T17, a few of the early risers […]


Upcoming: IMSA Winter Testing at Sebring

Next week, the IMSA circus travels back to central Florida and Sebring for the first sanctioned testing there since 2014 and the merger. Normally, winter testing at Sebring was in mid November. When ALMS and GrandAM merged, we had ALMS testing at Sebring in November. Then a few days later, everyone went up to Daytona for […]


2015 12 Hours of Sebring

Holy Schamole. Connor drove the last 3 hours in his first sports car ride.  Performance Tech took 3rd.  Fantastic! Please follow and like us:


The Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring 2011

Well, one race into the new season and I am already behind on blog posting. I suppose since I was on the ball for the Rolex24, Winter Testing and Amelia Concours, I can cut myself a bit of slack this time. We were in Florida a week before shooting the Concours at Amelia Island and […]


ALMS 2011 Winter Testing at Sebring

We were already in Florida after shooting the Rolex 24, so we decided to stay rather than driving back to Georgia and then back down for Winter Testing at Sebring.  We spent a few days south of St. Petersburg at Fort DeSoto and then crossed over to Fort Pierce.  Sadly, while staying in Fort Pierce, […]


IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge Winter Testing

Prior to ALMS winter testing at Sebring, the GT3 Challenge cars run for two days. They share track time with the Cooper Prototype Lights, with each series alternating hour time slots. This year there were twenty-three GT3s on the entry list and at times it seemed like they were all on the track at once. […]


Featured Photographer on PhotoShelter

I received an email this morning that PhotoShelter has selected one of my photographs to be included in their Featured Photographer slideshow.  One of my favorites, it is an image of Andy Wallace just before night practice at the 2010 Mobil1 12 Hours of Sebring. This means my image, and therefore a link to my […]


Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring 2010

To me, Sebring is the start of the racing season.  Certainly we follow the Dakar and watch every televised minute of the 24 Hours of Daytona, but somehow they feel more like warmups.  Sebring is where it starts. Last year, our spot was too close to the zoo and we ended up surrounded by people […]


Fans of the Rondel Disappointed at Sebring 2009

I was thrilled to finally see the newest iteration of the racing BMW M3 at Sebring.  Rahal-Letterman entered two cars and the presence of Dr. Mario Thiessen indicated that the BMW factory was seriously interested in returning their cars to racing prominence in North America. It was not be be however.  Bill Auberlin’s #90 M3 […]


2009 Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring

We were headed back to the campsite from shooting the Driver Autograph Session when I saw this HUGE sign that said Parking for Scott Atherton. I walked over to shoot a picture of it and noticed this rather un-Panoz Panoz.  I am going through the files and will upload more tomorrow to Flickr and to […]


57th 12 Hours of Sebring Data Problems

AT&Ts data network at Sebring seemed overwhelmed. Most of the time our phones were on GSM and even when EDGE appeared, there was zero connectivity. For most of the week we could not load timing and scoring and our messages were often delayed and/or rejected. Forget getting online to upload images. Our AT&T laptop connect […]


Getting Geared For Sebring 12 Hours

In a couple of days, we will be heading south for the start of the 2009 ALMS season and the 12 Hours of Sebring. We are stoked to get back to shooting motor racing after a long winter’s hiatus. We will be sending updates through the DPerceptions blog as well as Twitter, TwitPic and BrightKite. […]


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