48 Hours of Sebring: Come Join Us

The infamous 48 Hours of Sebring is a PCA Club Race on the full course at Sebring International Speedway, held each year at the beginning of February.  This year, the 26th running, starts on Thursday, January 31 and goes through Sunday, February 3.  The biggest group of Porsche racers is the 944 Cup featuring three classes of 944’s, 924S’s and 968’s.  This event is touted as the largest club race weekend in North America with Porsches from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s.

924S944.com will be there with Nort Northam and his 944 race car competing in SP2.  If you have never seen a 944 PCA racing weekend before, this is the one to attend.  Racers in their front engine water cooled race cars will be there from all over the eastern half of the country in what is the first race weekend of the PCA Club Racing season, so everyone wants to get off to a good start.

Go to the website at http://www.48hoursatsebring.com for more information, and make plans to come and hang out at the Transaxle Corral.

This event is NOT open to the public, but PCA members are welcome for free.  So if you have not joined PCA, go to PCA.org and join today!  Choose the Florida Citrus Region in Orlando as your home region!

Author: Kevin Duffy, Author and Chief Geek

Kevin Duffy is a retired Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Daytona State College in Florida and a dedicated car guy. He now spends his time with Porsche 924S, 944's and 968's in his backyard shop. He is active in the Porsche Club of America, and he concentrates on 924S and the 924S Special Editions, doing rescues and restorations.

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