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Keep Sebring Weird, Respect The Bumps, Shoes On A Wire, 12 Hours Hours Of Sebring Like Nothing Else

Atlanta, GA – Tony B –  This week in while reading the IMSA Newsletter I could not help but notice the story about how unique the 12 Hours of Sebring has been throughout the years. Since joining Craton Inc this is going to be my second time at the Sebring International Raceway, I am still learning the curves, and bumps of this event myself so it was interesting to hear how other newbies have handled the weekend.

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The IMSA article by Jeff Olson begins like this:

Two years ago, during an IndyCar test session at Sebring International Raceway, Marcus Ericsson was introduced to a pair of sneakers tied together by their laces, dangling from an electrical line over the track.

A newcomer to Sebring and its oddities, Ericsson had passed under the shoes multiple times that day without noticing. When he saw them, he laughed. He wasn’t a Sebring newbie anymore. He was a Formula One veteran with a newfound appreciation of America’s weirdest racetrack.

Welcome to Sebring, where weird is good, and weird hopefully remains.

You really have to read this whole story to appreciate it; See Full Story HERE

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