The surprise team of the Sebring race must surely be the #95 DEAC Hackers. Not only did they qualify in third place in class, but thirty minutes into the race they held second place behind #117 Varga SimRacing. But ultimate credits still go to Varga SimRacing taking maximum points once again taking pole position, leading the race from start to finish and taking another hard fought victory.
Behind Varga there was no lack of drama. This was a threeway bare-knuckle fight between #15 Deuces Motorsport Club, #95 DEAC Hackers and #57 Ramada MotorSport. And boy did they fight!
For more than half of the race, the trio was separated only by a single pitstop and the strategies saw the cars change positions forth and back. It did for the longest time look like the Deuces car had second place in control.
But then the rain came…
Watch the 12-Hours of Sebring race again here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_OVgT40-Eo
For the championship standings see this post.
#117 Varga SimRacing
Driven by: Daniel Wizner (HU), Jiri Toman (CZ), Marcell Csincsik (HU), and Michal Smidl (CZ)
#95 DEAC Hackers
Driven by: Patrik Attila Lukacs (Hu), Roland Szucs (Hu), Martin Murguly (Hu), Bence Bakonyvari (Hu), and Norbert Jakab (Hu)
#15 Deuces Motorsport Club
Driven by: Luca Gray (UK), Teun Louer (NL), Mantus Rekus (Li), Nick Newcombe (UK), and Csaba Kiss (HU)