For Immediate Release

March 14, Sebring, Florida.- After a 4th place finish at the 24 Hours of Daytona seven weeks ago, the #52 Wynns/RainX/4Horsemen/Client Command Oreca 07 LMP2 will be at full speed in Sebring for the 70th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Presented by Advance Auto Parts on March 19. The two-time LMP2 champion at Sebring, will fight to repeat their past success with drivers with drivers Ben Keating, Mikkel Jensen and Scott Huffaker.

This year, fifty-three cars are entered – an increase of 16 cars from a year ago – in the mythical 12-hour race that also serves as the second round of the IMSA Michelin Endurance Cup. “I feel pretty good going into the 12 Hours of Sebring,” said Ben Keating. “There are many more competitors this year, and those competitors are better than they were last year. However, we are coming into the race as the defending ‘Wynner’, and that is a pretty good position!”.

“Our car and our drivers were quick at Sebring last year and I don’t expect anything different for 2022. This is a home race for WYNN’S and they will have a bunch of people at the race. I hope to celebrate with them at the end.” Keating finalized.

“Sebring, is one of the best tracks of the year,” added Mikkel Jensen. “Last year we had a very strong car, very strong teammates, so I think we have a good package. The field is strong, we are seven cars now, so it’s a big increase from last year. 7 strong cars with good drivers, good line ups, good teams, so it will be a tough one so I hope we can defend our win from last year. We will do whatev

er it takes, to try and defend it!” Jensen concluded.

“We are all very excited to get back at the track and especially to Sebring as it’s been a great place for our team over the years.” adds Bobby Oergel, team principal. “Saying it’s great is kind of a bitter sweet as I personally find this race to be the toughest on the calendar, that makes us all want to add another Sebring to the ‘Win’ column. The crew has done a great job getting things turned around from Daytona over the last month and I know our drivers have been working hard to prepare for this as well. With Ben doing the WEC 1000 Miles of Sebring and the IMSA Twelve Hours of Sebring races within 24

hours of each other it’s going to be exciting to see him pushing his abilities to the limits around this place!” Oergel finalizes.

WeatherTech Championship action at Sebring International Raceway begins Thursday, March 17 with three practice sessions for the five classes. Qualifying is set for Friday, March 18, with the race commencing the morning of Saturday, March 19. For more information about this upcoming event, click here.  Credit  Photo:Sideline Sports Photography