Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Presented by Advance Auto Parts
November 11-14, 2020
Sebring, FL
Track: Sebring International Raceway
Race Duration: 12 hours
Circuit Length: 3.74 miles

Television & Online Broadcast:

Entry by Class:
Datona Prototype International  ()
Le Mans Prototype 2 ()

GT Le Mans (6)
GT Daytona ()

Qualifying -Watch live IMSA TV:

November 13, 2020 WeatherTech Championship:


10:40-10:55 AM EDT


10:15 AM  to 10:30 AM EDT


11:05 AM to 11:20 AM EDT


Television/Online Broadcast:

Saturday, November 14, 2020

TV Coverage Eastern Time

10:00 a.m. –    3:00 p.m. ET NBCSN

3:00 p.m. –    6:00 p.m. ET NBC

6:00 p.m. –  10:30 p.m. ET NBCSN

Online Trackpass:  10:10 am to 10:10 pm

International Viewers can watch on   10:05 a.m. to 10:10 p.m.

Onboard car cameras:


Live Timing for mobile device:


1) Streaming on IMSA TV on &

2)  Scanner frequency 454.000

4) XM 202 (?)

5) SiriusXM Online 972

6) local 99.1 FM, 730 AM, 1050 AM

PIT NOTES:   @CorvetteRacing, @IMSA, @IMSAlive, @Sebringraceway, @FIAWEC

Entry List:

TICKET INFO:  (Corvette corral sold out)

Sebring Event Guide:

Event Schedule:

Spotters Guide:

Track Map:




Corvette Corral:

Friday 11/13/20 Corvette Parade lap 11:25-11:45

There will be an open-air tent with daily beverage service, a catered lunch and non-stop large screen viewing of the races will be available exclusively to ticketed guests.

Only tickets already purchased to the Corvette corral will be honored. No additional corral parking passes will be sold.  Corral will be closed to the public. Only guests with Corral tickets will be permitted to access tents or grandstands.

Covid Info:

Mask Usage and Safety Protocols While on Property

For everyone’s safety, all guests are required to wear proper face coverings when arriving on property each day. All guests, including hospitality patrons, must enter through Gate 1 which is the main spectator gate located closest to Hotel Seven. Competitors and other guests on IMSA’s essential personnel list, must enter through Gate 4 and submit to IMSA daily screening.

Once inside the facility, guests socializing in their own groups, at their parking or camping locations, are not required to wear face coverings or masks. However, when groups merge or you leave the confines of your own location, masks are required. This includes viewing mounds, concession areas, Vendor Village, restrooms and other common areas of the property.

While we recognize there are many different opinions of mask usage, our hope is to make everyone feel as comfortable and welcome as possible while visiting Sebring International Raceway and we thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Vendor Village and Fan Zone

The Vendor Village located on the Midway will house all food, beverage and retail sales. Many of your favorite auto manufacturers will be on display in the Fan Zone, however, most will be conducting business differently in this hands-off environment. Expect static displays of vehicles and other offerings, but not the ability to sit in vehicles or take test drives with manufacturer representatives. All vendors and their representatives will wear face masks and it is expected that all guest will also when interacting in the Fan Zone or Vendor Village.

Among the Major Displays on site will be:

  • Chevrolet
  • Hyundai
  • Acura
  • Michelin
  • Mobil 1
  • Lexus

Food and retail vendors:

  • Sebring PX, official merchandise of Sebring International Raceway
  • Little Caesars
  • Japanese Flair
  • Track Shack
  • Little Red Wagon
  • Outback Kates
  • Carroll’s Corn Crib
  • Golden Gate
  • Suncoast Porsche
  • Recaro
  • Wine Country
  • Guy Harvey
  • Styled Aesthetic
  • Happy Belly

Buy Souvenir Program, Get March’s Program, Too

The official race program has been updated to reflect the new race date of Nov. 11-14. It features many great articles and information with updated IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Series season results and features on Grand Marshal Mario Andretti and his 1970 victory. Packaged with the updated program will be a copy of the original race program that was printed for the March race. Visit the Sebring Lions Club in Vendor Village to buy your official race program(s)!

Follow the Race on your Radio or TV

There are multiple ways to follow all the action live. Tune your radio to WWOJ 99.1 FM, or the Raceway’s FM signal 100.7. The entire race will be broadcast live, starting and finishing on NBCSN with NBC network providing coverage in the middle of the race from 3-6 p.m.

Early Arriving Fans

Due to health advisory restrictions, pre-event RV staging will be permitted no earlier than Tuesday, Nov. 10 at noon. The staging area is located off of Carroll Shelby Road. Follow signs to pre-staging and you will be parked in the order you arrive. Gates will open at 6 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11 and vehicles will be admitted in order from the pre-staging lot. All guests arriving Wednesday morning while the load-in process is underway will be directed to the rear of the line and will enter in the order they arrived.

Tickets and Pass Outs

Tickets will be sold at the gate until pre-determined limits are reached. Guests with tickets and pass out wristbands will be permitted to enter at any time; however, tickets only will be sold from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. Tickets will be sold around the clock beginning Friday, or until capacity is reached.

A Few Surprises For Guests Arriving Wednesday

Guests arriving Wednesday, Nov. 11 will be handed a guest guide with four coupons inside. These coupons can be redeemed for a free poster, a free Yuengling beer, a free Little Caesars pizza and Pepsi and a free six-pack of Pepsi. Also on Wednesday – at 12:30 p.m. – all fans on property will have an opportunity to walk the entire 3.74-mile track and get an up-close look at the bumps that make the Sebring circuit famous. This fan walk will be led by former drivers and media personalities Justin Bell and Tommy Kendall.

Get Out and Walk

Unlike the Cadillac Grand Prix of Sebring in July, all guests will be free to roam between Green Park and the Midway, provided they are wearing face coverings. While trams will not be operated, guests can freely access viewing mounds, the Midway, Vendor Village and the Fan Zone.  The competitor paddock will be open only to competitors and IMSA officials.