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Sebring started life as a United States Army Air Forces training base. From 1941 to 1946, pilots learned to fly the B-17 Flying Fortress. Aeronautical engineer Alec Ullmann, seeking sites to restore military aircraft for civilian use, saw potential in Hendricks' runways to stage a sports car endurance race, similar to the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Sebring's first race was held on New Year's Eve of 1950. Sebring is renowned for its rough surface. The course still runs on old sections of World War II-era landing fields that were constructed of concrete sections with large seams. The transitions between sections are quite rough and often, sparks fly from the undercarriages of the cars as they traverse them. Much of the track has intentionally been left with its original concrete runway surface.
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Based on the GPL Sebring1967 track as converted to F1C by GregDunn and further modified for F1C by NormHart
Converted to rF by Algis, Modified for rF by motorfx and NormHart CSGT
some objects supplied by Uzzi, NickdeFender, VLM - zepplin, James Burroughs - Ferris Wheel
AIW and CAMS by TaufikP/motorfx
this is a later version updated again for GTL/GTR2 based on the CSGT's Rfactor version.
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