Stevenson Motorsports Preview – Sebring International Raceway


IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge

Stevenson Motorsports 2014 Driver Line-up:
No. 6 Camaro Z/28.R- Andrew Davis & Robin Liddell
No. 9 Camaro Z/28.R – Matt Bell and Andy Lally

TRACK: 3.74-miles, 17 turns

The Sebring 200 marks the first-ever appearance for the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge on the legendary Sebring circuit. Fortunately, the Stevenson Motorsports drivers bring a lot of experience at the track to the weekend, which will also see the first-ever live broadcast of the series on line at Stevenson Motorsports debuted the Camaro Z/28.R at Daytona International Speedway in January, and will look to build on the lessons learned with the car in Round 2.

ANDY LALLY AT SEBRING: Andy Lally brings loads of experience into the weekend with 11 starts in the 12 Hours of Sebring. His best finish came in 2008 in the prototype class with a run to second place overall. Lally won the GTC pole in the 2013 Sebring 12 hour.

ANDREW DAVIS AT SEBRING: Andrew Davis has four starts in the 12 Hours of Sebring, most recently finishing seventh in last year’s event.

ROBIN LIDDELL AT SEBRING: Robin Liddell has four starts in the 12 Hours of Sebring. He finished on the podium in third in 2002. Liddell will also be racing for Corvette Racing once again this weekend in the TUDOR SportsCar event on Saturday.

MATT BELL AT SEBRING: Matt Bell will take his first official race laps around Sebring Raceway this weekend, but already knows his way around, having tested extensively at the track.

A LOOK BACK – 2013 Championship: Stevenson Motorsports secured a second consecutive runner-up position in the championship with drivers Matt Bell and John Edwards who combined for two wins on the year in the Chevrolet Camaro GS.R. The team amassed six podiums and finished among the top-10 in all but two races, remaining in contention for the championship all season long.