The Alley

Peugeot, Audi pilots preview Sebring race

Although 56 cars are entered, there is a strong chance that either one of the two Audi R15 TDIs in their last race, or the brand new second generation Peugeot 908s in their first, will emerge victorious in the overall standings at the end of the 12 Hours of Sebring. Both of the operations that have won every 24 Hours of Le Mans since 2000 (except 2003) opened their doors to the media throughout the week, and here’s what some of...

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Fast, Frantic Friday at Sebring

Friday is all about the fans and finding the necessary speed to register a strong starting position for Saturday’s 12 Hours of Sebring. Ace photographer Rick Dole captures the images from Friday’s autograph session and qualifying on track in the two newest galleries on MichelinAlley.com.

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Sarrazin, Peugeot power to Sebring pole

Showing the inherent speed that lies within the new factory Peugeot 908, Stephane Sarrazin captured the overall and LMP1 class pole for Saturday’s 12 Hours of Sebring. Sebring serves as the opening round of both the 2011 American Le Mans Series season and the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup global championship. Sarrazin set a blistering time of 1:46.571, only 1.3 seconds off the 2010 overall pole despite running a new car that has...

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Bruni, AF Corse Ferrari on Sebring GT pole

He’s a familiar name in a familiar car, and for Gianmaria Bruni, pole position is a familiar position. Bruni, the Italian in the No. 51 AF Corse Ferrari F430 GT, set the GT mark at 2:01.561. Bruni scored two poles in 2010 for Risi Competizione Ferrari in an F430. Timing prevented the AF Corse squad from bringing one of the new Ferrari F458 Italias to Sebring, but going with a tried-and-true, battle-tested “prancing...

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Friday morning on track

Ace photographer Rick Dole’s shots from Friday morning practice are now live in the “Galleries” section of MichelinAlley.com.

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