Sebring, FL — Masters Historic Racing will kick off its 2021 United States season with a special March 12-13 race for Masters Endurance Legends USA at Sebring International Raceway. The event is part of the new Sebring SportsCar Week at the birthplace of American endurance racing.
The ever-growing Masters Endurance Legends USA series — for Le Mans and Daytona prototypes, GT cars, LMP3 (Gen. 1) and Group C/GTP from 1982 to 2016 — will join the support race schedule alongside the IMSA Prototype Challenge, Porsche Sprint Challenge and GT Celebration. See the provisional entry list.
“As we begin the 2021 season, and specifically the 69th running of the Mobil 12 Hours of Sebring presented by Advanced Auto Parts, we are pleased that the kick-off festivities will include a great deal of IMSA, Sebring and Le Mans history with the Masters Historic Endurance Legends group,” said IMSA President John Doonan.
Offering four 40-minute sessions for MEL USA during a busy weekend, the race is sure to attract some Masters drivers who can’t wait to get back on track after a quiet 2020 and the winter lay-off. See the provisional schedule.