Sebring is known as the most fan-friendly circuit in the world. Supertickets include complete access to the competitor paddock. We do not have garages, so all teams set-up in the open paddock and use tents and transporters- much different than European circuits. You will be able to get up close with the drivers and crews.
Sebring Raceway covers over 400 acres and the circuit is a 3.74-mile, 17-turn course. Sebring is an “old school” circuit that does not have the level of amenities seen at modern F1 circuits. However, we have ample restrooms, food and beverage vendors, fan access and a history and tradition unmatched in North America.
You are welcome to camp and camping is included as part of the ticket price, however you have to purchase a vehicle pass, whether it is a car, Camper/RV or towed-in camper. There are no electrical or water hookups available.
You can reserve a trackside camping space (highly recommended) by calling 863.655.1442. Prices vary on location – call for availability as they sellout very quickly. Aside from reserved camping, you can camp virtually anywhere within the facility other than the Paddock.
Sebring International Raceway is a very flat circuit with no elevation changes. The best viewing is from our viewing mounds located around the circuit, three small grandstands, and from the Pit Box terrace (very limited, Pit Box ticket required). Like at Le Mans, most fans like to walk around the circuit and watch from the fence-line.
Sebring has many special events for spectators, including driver autograph sessions, manufacturer displays, food vendors, historic race displays and live entertainment at the Party Zone. And of course, the many colorful campsites and spectators make Sebring’s atmosphere second to none!
It is very difficult to find hotel rooms within 60 miles of Sebring as they are usually booked far in advance. If you don’t mind the drive, we suggest hotels in Sarasota/Bradenton, Winter Haven, or Okeecobee, all slightly over an hour away. Also consider condo rentals or private home stays.
What is the nearest Commercial Airport to Sebring?
Orlando and Tampa Airports are about two hours away and offer the most flights. Sarasota/Bradenton is the closest major airport. Miami International Airport is about a three-hour drive. Palm Beach International Airport is two hours away.
Sebring offers great recreation, including golfing and fishing. Highlands Hammock State Park is outstanding and downtown Sebring is a quaint and historic town center built around a circle. Sebring is also less than two hours from Disney World and one-hour from Lego Land. Go to VisitSebring.com for information on the many attractions Sebring and Highlands County offers.