It is one of the oldest racing tracks in the United States, which is still active today. The time of the first riots was in 1950. The most popular event is a 12-hour car rifle (one of the most popular world endurance races, along with Le Mans and Daytona). The track is part of Sebring airport, which was constructed on the site of WW II airfield.
The length of the ring is 3.74 miles with 17 turns, several long straight lines, and several slow sections.