An impressive list of cars and drivers is beginning to take shape for the season finale Legends of Motorsports Powered by HMSA event to be held at Sebring International Raceway Dec. 2-3. Some of the top historic racecars and their drivers will be testing their prowess during the event weekend on the 3.7-mile, 17-turn Sebring road course.
In their continued effort to provide authentic, quality events for historic racers and fans, Legends of Motorsports Powered by HMSA has drawn such notable cars to the Sebring event as the 1970 Brumos Porsche 911; a 1972 McLaren M8F and a 2007 Porsche RS Spyder that competed in the LMP2 category at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Series co-founder Bobby Rahal will also be racing during the event weekend in a 1964 Lotus 23b in the USRRC class which also sports an entry of a 1964 Lotus 23b with sports car legend Doc Bundy at the wheel.
In addition to these and many other historically significant racecars and drivers, the weekend will include a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Phil Hill's Formula 1 World Championship. A special historic timeline exhibit and slide show will showcase Hill's accomplishments in his championship season and a limited edition art print commemorating Hill's championship will be given to all participants as well as to the first 200 fans who purchase a two-day ticket. Hill's son Derek will be a featured guest at the event.
The weekend ticket includes free paddock access giving fans the opportunity to get up close and experience firsthand the history and legacy behind these amazing machines and their drivers as well as to witness them racing on track in class specific races.
Run groups for this event will include:
GTP/GROUP C/WSC (Classic to 1993 and Contemporary 1994-2005)
2 Liter Sports Cars
Trans-Am/Thunder and Lightning
IMSA GT/FIA GT
GT 2000 (GT and GT1)
Can-Am – USRRC
FIA Championship of Makes
For additional schedules and information about HMSA and LOM go to www.legendsofmotorsports.com