From David Kelly – Here are links to photos of the action at the “48 Hours at Sebring” PCA Race on Friday (01/31/20) and Saturday (02/01/20). This is typically PCA’s largest race event and that proved true again this year with Grids full of GT3 Cup Cars, GT3RS’s, and a surprising number of GT2RS’s, in addition to other 911’s, 944’s, 968’s, and Boxsters. The Paddock was full of race teams and support vendors from end-to-end and there was a steady stream of race cars moving to the Grid throughout both days. There were five Run Groups comprising the field of racers for Practice sessions on Friday, Sprint Races on Saturday, and two Run Groups for the Enduro Race on Sunday.
There were lots to see on the track and as you walked through the Paddock. One of the highlights was the presence of Porsche Cars North America with an array of Porsche race cars on display, the most notable of which was one of their limited production GT2RS Club Sport race cars. It was #190 out of 200 cars produced worldwide and it was a beauty! It was race-ready; all you needed was the cash to take it home. There were other things to see as well, such as the raised Rally-based “Dakar-like” red 911 with multiple headlights and mud flaps, or all the variations of GT3RS’s, GT2RS’s, and GT4’s in the Paddock this year. I’ve never seen so many in one place in any of the prior years.
A steady rain fell throughout Saturday, but that did not stop the action on the track and in the Paddock. Racing continued uninterrupted with full Grids throughout the day with plenty to see in the Paddock as well. I hope you enjoy the photos.