HOW TO WATCH: Twelve Hours of Sebring

The 2024 IMSA season continues this weekend at Sebring International Raceway with the Twelve Hours of Sebring for the No. 96 BMW M3 GT3 in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Challenge and the Alan Jay 120 for the No. 95 and No. 96 BMW M4 GT4s in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge.

Twelve Hours of Sebring
🟢 Green Flag: Sat., Mar. 27 @ 9:40 AM ET
🚙 Car: No. 96 BMW M4 GT3 – GTD
👤 Drivers: Robby Foley, Patrick Gallagher, Jake Walker
📺 Watch: USA Network @ 4pm ET
💻Stream: Flag-to-flag coverage on Peacock (USA) / (International) 9:30am – 10:00 pm ET
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Alan Jay 120
🟢Green Flag: Fri., Mar. 15 @ 3:15 PM ET
🚙 Car: No. 95 BMW M4 GT4 – GS
👤 Drivers: Robert Megennis & Dillon Machavern
🚙 Car: No. 96 BMW M4 GT4 – GS
👤 Drivers: Robby Foley & Francis Selldorff
💻Stream: Peacock (USA) / (International)
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“Sebring is always a unique track because it’s bumpy and you race in the daytime and in the dark. After Daytona, everyone had a little rest to regroup and make sure they come out swinging. Sebring is always super competitive. We had good luck last year with multiple podiums. It might not be as easy this year; we had a little luck last year. Looking forward to an exciting race; anything can happen.” – Will Turner, Team Owner


  • Last year the No. 96 finished P2 in GTD in the Twelve Hours of Sebring and the No. 96 and No. 95 finished 1-2 in GS in the Alan Jay 120.
  • We have a tire allocation of 15 sets to ration throughout practice, qualifying and 12 hours of racing for the No. 96 GTD. We expect to use 12 sets for the race.
  • Respect the Bumps: Sebring International Raceway measures 3.74mi with 17 turns paved with a combination of asphalt and concrete and is known for its notorious bumps that tests drivers and cars performance.