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The 58th running of the 12 Hours of Sebring is set to begin tomorrow at 10:30 AM, and with Audi out and Peugeot already dominating the LMP class in the qualifying sessions, the attention turns to the ALMS GT cars – specially the Porsche and Corvette teams.

The rivalry between the Flying Lizards and the Corvette C6.Rs has been stoked (even further) by Chevrolet's new racing webisodes, and after last year's final lap at Laguna Seca, the GT-class feuding is sure to make for some great racing.

After the jump you'll find a video documenting the Lizard's practice session yesterday, including Hans Herrman – the winner of the 1960 race – taking a lap around Sebring in a immaculate Porsche RS 60 Spyder. If you're planning to tune in tomorrow, you can download Andy Blackmore's stellar spotter's guide in all its high-res glory here and read our breakdown of this year's season here.


  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven in GT2 class by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven in GT2 class by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Emmanuel Collard (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #4 driver Emmanuel Collard watches crew chief Brian Hoye work to shape his seat insert (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).

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