Peugeot continued to dominate the Sebring 12 Hours build-up in final practice this morning. The No. 07 and No. 08 908 HDi FAPs took another 1-2 overall, with a margin of just over a second over their competition in a session interrupted by several red flags for minor incidents.
Aston Martin was third, despite a spectacular late spin for Harold Primat, with Highcroft still on top in LMP2 in fourth overall. The Drayson Lola was fifth, but crashed with team owner Paul Drayson at the wheel. Rear end repairs will be required before qualifying in just over three hours' time.
Ryan Hunter-Reay and Christophe Bouchut took a 1-2 for Level 5 in the LMPC class.
Risi Ferrari edged ahead of the Rahal Letterman BMWs in GT, and the Velox car set the GTC pace.