- Published: Monday, 12 August 2019 15:41
SuperSebring, as spectacular a weekend as it was, revealed a few of our shortcomings that the Sebring staff now addresses with all its customer service weapons.
So many of Sebring’s regular guests know where every footpath leads, where every turn starts, where the shade falls later in the days. But the addition of the WEC’s 1000 Miles of Sebring to the historic Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring drew thousands of new fans who simply did not know where to turn, where to park, where to see the action.
Many pulled into reserved spots because their passes had numbers on the fences that matched their passes, except that they were in the wrong sections. Turn One, Space 53 is drivers’ right, not drivers’ left. Drivers’ left is either Start-Finish or Turn Two. The so-called logistics left many first-time guests confused and rightly frustrated.