September 4-5, 2023

Sebring International Raceway

113 Midway Dr, Sebring, FL 33870

*No Open-Wheel Cars*


Sebring International Raceway is a road course auto racing facility in the southeastern United States, located near Sebring, Florida. Sebring Raceway is one of the oldest continuously operating race tracks in the U.S., its first race being run in 1950.


This facility features RV Hookups with Power & Water. Onsite permanent bathrooms and showers are also available for use.

Garage Space

This facility features garage space with electrical & air. There is also fuel on site.

Fire & Rescue Team

This facility will be staffed with corner workers and Fire & EMS teams to ensure the safety of everyone on site.


Need clarification?

What Are the Driver Requirements?

All drivers must have a valid racing license or have previous and verifiable open-track/open-passing experience. First-time registrants will be contacted to verify driver(s) experience level

Can Minors Drive?

Yes, minors aged 16-17 are permitted to drive provided they have filled out our minor waiver. A legal parent or guardian must either be present, or have the waiver signed, notarized, and presented at the event for the minor to participate. Click here to view the Minor Waiver

Can There Be Multiple Drivers Per Car?

Yes. With these testing days, teams have no limit on the number of drivers they are allowed to bring. We request all drivers’ names be included when completing registration. Any last-minute driver additions should be emailed to

Are There Run Groups?

No. Max Track Time exclusively hosts open track, open passing testing events to provide the maximum available on-track time for all our participants.

What Are the Rules for Passing?

Max Track Time is an open-passing organization. This means no point-by’s or passing zones are required. Given this is a non-competitive event, we ask drivers work with each other and use their best judgement to avoid high-risk passing situations.

Can We Setup Our Crew on Pit Lane?

Yes. Part of the benefit of testing is being able to practice driver changes, tire changes, fueling, etc. in an environment that accurately simulates race day. Because of this, Max Track Time ensures that teams have all the same pit access they would during a race weekend.

Can I Bring More Than One Car?

Yes, the registration page will allow for one registrant to register up to five cars. If you have more than five cars you would like to register, you can either register with two MotorsportReg accounts, or contact to add additional cars.

What Are My Food and Beverage Options?

At each Max Track Time event, we have a designated hospitality area where breakfast, lunch, and an all-day beverage service is available. A light breakfast will be served during the first hour of each event. A warm buffet style lunch will be provided between 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM.

Can I Access the Paddock the Night Before the Event?

This will depend on the willingness the track, but typically, we work with the track to ensure all teams can load in the evening before the event. Specific details will be provided to the main registered user via email two weeks prior to the first day of the event. Any questions about load-in or paddock access can be directed to

Is Garage Space Available?

Yes, tracks that have garage space will be able to have spots used. First come first serve.

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