The Alley

Trackside

Mar 18, 2010

Night moves

Thursday Night practice brought a few mild surprises, but mostly ran close to form as teams took advantage of clear, cool conditions.  While the Peugeot team led the entire session, followed closely... [more]

Mar 18, 2010

“Ant’s” ascendance

British fans and petrol-heads will recognize the name Anthony Davidson, if for no other reason than he was once a Formula One driver and last year, a factory Aston Martin Racing pilot. Fast forward... [more]

Mar 18, 2010

The Sebring Lore

For sports car fans and enthusiasts around the country, the 12 Hours of Sebring is a legendary event. Its history is rooted in a mix of both racing tradition and fan support. It is America’s... [more]

Mar 18, 2010

Sebring secrets

Sebring by the numbers: Track length 3.7 miles Race length 12 Hours The Secrets of Sebring…how the race is likely to be won.  There are three basic things that all the team managers, crew... [more]

Mar 18, 2010

Wednesday testing report

Wednesday marked the first official test session for the American Le Mans Series’ 2010 opening round at Sebring International Raceway. The pair of factory Peugeots, the turbo diesel 908 HDi... [more]

Mar 18, 2010

Trackside Tidbits – Tuesday

Aston Martin Racing and Drayson Racing, both on Michelins, are making their first Sebring appearances with prototypes in this year’s 12-hour race. AMR has brought Adrian Fernandez on board as a... [more]

Mar 18, 2010

Trackside Tidbits – LMPC Preview

The Le Mans Prototype Challenge class has bolstered the prototype field in advance of Sebring’s season opener. The ALMS’ newest class (of five this race and four the remainder of the... [more]

Mar 18, 2010

Tuesday testing report

Tuesday marked the second of two days of American Le Mans Series promoter test session at the 3.7-mile, 17-turn Sebring International Raceway. All times were unofficial. Four of the five cars fastest... [more]

Mar 14, 2010

Sebring is almost here!

See you all later on this week at Sebring… [more]