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Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring 2010 - An endurance lacking in Franck Montagny action

Published by Christine

The 12 hours of Sebring is ready to get underway and I'm sulking just a little as Team Peugeot Total haven't put Franck Montagny forward for this round. They're fielding two cars this year, which between them have locked out the front row.

Anthony Davidson is making his debut for Team Peugeot in the pole sitting 908 HDI, alongside Marc Gene and Alexander Wurz. There's also a lack of Audi action, which may take away some of the competitiveness of the race, but we'll still be watching to see how well our favourite F1 commentator will get on. Other ex-F1 names worth keeping an eye on include Sebastien Bourdais in the second placed Peugeot and Jan Magnussen who's son this week signed up to McLaren's young driver programme.

We'll be listening to all 12 hours of action via Radio Le Mans, whilst live timing can be found on the official ALMS site.

Additionally keep an eye on the official Sebring Raceway site for news. They're also on Twitter, as all good events should be! Our own motorsport Twitter list contains plenty of updates from those at the racetrack too.

Finally, there's a handy PDF circuit map and the always brilliant spotters guide courtesy of Andy Blackmore.

Do let us know if you're watching, as well as who you are cheering for.




The 12 hours of Sebring is ready to get underway and I'm sulking just a little as Team Peugeot Total haven't put Franck Montagny forward for this round. They're fielding two cars this year, which between them have locked out the front row.

Event start

14:20GMT +00:00

20 March 2010