This year's Sebring is nearing the five-hour mark. Essentially, things have gone to plan up front with the Audis leading overall and sweeping the top three positions. The No. 6 Muscle Milk HPD best of the non-diesels, dicing with the No. 12 Rebellion Lola Toyota.
P2 has seen the Pecom Racing Oreca Nissan ascend to the top of the class, with some of the ALMS P2 cars running into trouble. Conquest's No. 37 car ran out of fuel with David Heinemeier Hansson driving, while Level 5's No. 95 car has just retired due to an oil cooler problem. That car features Ryan Hunter-Reay in its driver lineup. The repaired sister car with Christophe Bouchut, Joao Barbosa and Scott Tucker, the No. 055, is threatening the class lead.
PC has CORE autosport's No. 06 ahead of the RSR No. 9. Dempsey Racing's spin dropped it out of the running.
Porsche has now ascended to the GT lead with the WEC-entered Felbermayr No. 77 car in the hands of three factory Porsche drivers. Corvette and Ferrari remain in the mix, Ferrari with its No. 71 AF Corse 458 as one of the few prancing horses not to head to the Sebring stables – the garage.
Krohn Racing (GTE Am) and Green Hornet (GTC) are other class leaders approaching 3:30 p.m. ET.
One of the biggest moments of the race happened with the No. 23 Signatech ORECA Nissan and No. 59 Luxury Ferrari off course and each incurring significant damage at Turn 13. Alex Job's No. 022 GTC Porsche also was looking strange, with some damage requiring a quick fix and a substantial amount of duct tape.