HSR Classic 12 Hour at Sebring Gallery Two

By Chris Jasurek
Chris Jasurek
Chris Jasurek
December 11, 2016 Updated: December 12, 2016

SEBRING, Fla.—Classic competition cars, WWII vehicles and warbirds came together at Sebring International Raceway to celebrate power and speed.

Classic sports car, historic sports racers, turn-of-the-century prototypes, and even NASCAR stock cars turned out for the Historic Sportscar Racing Classic 12 Hour at Sebring, Pistons and Props Dec. 1-4, 2016.

While the M8 Greyhound scout car and the P-40 Warhawk fighter were interesting, the greatest excitement was generated on track

Here is a second gallery of the vintage machinery which showed up at Sebring for the four-day event.

The #8 1975 three-liter March 75S of Marc Devis and Robert Blain finished fifth in Group B. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)
The #8 1975 three-liter March 75S of Marc Devis and Robert Blain finished fifth in Group B. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

Steve Phillips, Rob Ecklin, and Barry Waddell drove their #19 2001 BMW M3 to fourth place in Group C/D. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

1942 Vultee BT-15 Valiants like this one were used to train pilots. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

Toni Seiler took second in Group A in this 1969 Lola T70 Mk IIIb. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

I have been through the entry list and all the results lists repeatedly and I cannot figure out who this is or what s/he is driving, but it was fast and it looked cool. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

A Boeing/Stearman PT-17, used by the U.S. Army Air Force to train many WWII pilots. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

A Boeing N2S-5 Stearman, the Navy’s version of the PT-17 trainer. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

A 1975 Porsche leads two modern cars around Turn Three. Confrontations like this are the specialty of historic racing. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

Along with their Group E 2006 Ford GT Mk7, Georg Nolte and Frank Stippler raced this 1965 Ford GT Mk1. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

A WWII Kübelwagen, Germany’s version of the jeep. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

Steven Davison in the #22 2009 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 finished fourth in class E-6. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

A WWII-era BMW, complete with machine gun, courtesy of the Road to Victory museum. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

Tom Trabue and Roy Sanders shared this #133 two-liter 1965 Porsche 911. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

A WWII U.S. Army jeep from Road to Victory. (Chris Jasurek/Epoch Times)

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