The historic 12 Hours of Sebring is the longest-running race in the United States. And year in and year out, 175,000 people congregate to Sebring International Raceway to watch the beginning of the American Le Mans Series season.
As of late, the P1 and P2 classes have become rather predictable, with Audi winning pretty much every single time. But in the GT class, things are a little different — with Porsche, Ferrari, BMW, and Corvette all battling from start to finish, it’s anyone’s race. And for 2013, Sebring belonged to Corvette Racing, after Tommy Milner managed a late pass in the final minutes to snatch victory from Ferrari.
The video just below recaps the team’s victory.