Hello Driver’s, Crew, PCA Family Members and Volunteers.
Welcome to the 28th running of the 48 Hours at Sebring.
These are strange times, and while the 48 Hours at Sebring has been run every year for the last 28 years,
this year will have to be very different. But we are here! We are here due to the teamwork of all us:
organizers, drivers, crews, local track staff, local support companies, and our Sponsors and Vendors. As
they say, it takes a village and none more so at Sebring.
As we are drivers and racers, safety is very often the top topic for discussion among organizers at track
events such as the 48 hours. Keeping a safe environment, both on the track and in the paddock, is
always job 1.
This year presents some unique challenges to that effort!
By now we are all familiar with the precautions we must take to stay safe in the time of a global
pandemic. We will be making very clear what the track and PCA require and will be enforcing, and we
appreciate everybody’s understanding and teamwork to pull this off.
The hardest impact will be felt in the effect these changes will have on the off-track Social Events that
Sebring is famous for. We will miss our Friday night Speed Showcase and our Saturday night banquet
The good news is we are going to have a Race! It will still be Sebring. And it will still be sunny Florida in
There is no predicting what the “new normal” may look like in the future but rest assured, the 48 Hours
Committee, volunteers, our Sponsors and Vendors, and the good people at Sebring will work to make
this event happen and your stay as safe as possible. The usual Social events may be very different or not
happening at all. We appreciate everyone’s understanding and cooperation and hope for better times.
STAY SAFE OUT THERE