2020 Super Sebring tickets now on sale!
Tickets for next year’s FIA WEC 1000 Miles of Sebring, a key part of the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring weekend recently voted North America’s most popular motorsport event by a USA Today fan poll, have gone on sale today.
After a hugely successful 2019 event, the ‘Super Sebring’ weekend returns from 18-21 March next year for another endurance racing double header. Ticket and parking prices remain the same as 2019, which was the most well-attended race in its 67-year history.
Gates will open from 6am on Wednesday 18 March, with the 1000 Miles of Sebring – round 6 of WEC Season 8 – due to take place on Friday, 20 March. The race begins in the afternoon and finishes in the hours of darkness which only increases the excitement and drama.
Both the WEC and IMSA paddocks and pre-race grids are open to all, with fans able to get up close and personal to their favourite teams and drivers. There will also be open autograph sessions and ample opportunity for fans see cars up close, including – for the one and only time in the USA – an annual look at the current era of high technology, super-fast LMP1 prototypes.
Gérard Neveu, CEO of the WEC, commented: “We are truly delighted to return to Sebring to join the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for a second consecutive year.
“Last year’s Super Sebring was a resounding success and, alongside IMSA, we provide one of the biggest and best spectacles that sportscar racing has to offer. We are confident that the quality of competition on track, the world-class level of our teams and drivers, and the spirit of open, friendly camaraderie displayed in the WEC and IMSA can continue to attract motorsport fans across America to our Super Sebring weekend. We look forward to working with Scott Atherton and his IMSA team and everyone at Sebring Raceway in making next year even bigger and better.”
For more information on ticketing and hospitality pricing, please visit www.sebringraceway.com.