Exciting news was released this week when Creventic, the organizing body behind the 24H Series, announced a new home to the USA round for 2021. The race moves from the Circuit of the Americas where it has called home since 2017 to the world famous Sebring International Raceway in 2021. The 2020 edition was of course canceled due to COVID.
Sebring having a twice around the clock endurance race will be an extreme challenge on equipment. The circuit is known for its bumps and test of machinery. It is always a popular testing destination for teams ahead of a new season. I am also personally excited as it's closer to home, my home state in fact, so it will be nice to race in the series and have family come out if they'd like. With the race being at Sebring we will also more than likely be able to race consistently for the twenty-four-hours unlike COTA which required an intermission for noise ordinance.
The race is scheduled for November 12-14, 2021. Like all other 24H Series rounds the race will more than likely be free to attend. I already have it on my calendar!