2018 Sebring 12 Hours - Race Report:
Wednesday – Northeast Ohio: Snow. Cold.
Thursday: Hop on a plane bound for Florida.
Friday, Saturday - Sebring: Sunny. Mid-80’s. Spent the better part of two days photographing the zippy cars at the 66th annual Twelve Hour endurance spectacle - A welcome respite from the extended winter up north. Don’t get me wrong; I like Northeast Ohio. We’ve got LeBron (for the moment), decent baseball, plenty of entertainment options, and good friends. Still, It was good to spend some time down south reminding myself that warmer weather was coming. I even got a mild sunburn.
As for the race itself, that was entertaining in its own right. In the prototype class, the 22 Nissan DPi ruled the field, and the Porsche 911 RSR (numbered 911 also) took honors in GTLM, and the number 48 Paul Miller Racing Lamborghini paced the field in GTD. I could think of worse ways to spend a weekend. And I know that Springtime is coming.
Sunday: Hop on a plane bound for Northeast Ohio.
Monday – Northeast Ohio: Snow. Cold.