IMSA WeatherTech Championship Series Racing

The 65th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh From Florida is this Saturday, March 18th! That means you need to get the grill fired up and roaring to go for some intense track action!


The IMSA WeatherTech race will be streamed live on the FOX Sports GO app with FS1 authentication beginning at 10:30 a.m. ET. Live FS1 television coverage begins at 12:30 p.m. ET and continues for 9 1/2 consecutive hours, through the checkered flag and post-race interviews. (

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That’s right, 9 1/2 hours of race coverage! That’s a lot of grill time! Being here in Arizona, we grill all year long. There’s no off-season. One of our go-to favorites are steak tacos! It’s a win with family and friends! So buckle yourself in, it’s grilling time!

On the Grill

Steak Tacos

  • Flank Steak on the Grill with your favorite rub
  • Avocados
  • Cilantro
  • Lime
  • Hot Sauce
  • Corn Tortillas

That’s it! So, unless you have tickets and living it up in Green Park. My friends, your backyard just became the IMSA/Steak Taco headquarters!  I mean what other way is there to watch your favorite drivers with your best buds on the block?!


Lather on your favorite rub.  Being in Arizona, we go with a traditional Arizona Rub. Just like in racing, you don’t steer away from your go-to!

Nice and easy on the grill.

Put on some tortillas. Don’t burn them. Just enough to get some crunch.

Let it rest.

Then layer on the goods.

You’ll be eating steak tacos all day long! …and don’t worry if there are leftovers, makes for a wicked breakfast with eggs and some hot shredded potatoes! Off the charts! Solid! Can’t go wrong!

Want to show up your buddies with a bit of IMSA Sebring International raceway knowledge?


An Enduring Legend

  • Sebring International Raceway is America’s oldest road racing track, with over six decades of storied history.
  • The legendary circuit evolved from Hendricks Field, a World War II airbase used to train B-17 combat crews.
  • On December 31, 1950, aviation and racing enthusiast Alec Ulmann promoted a six-hour race using the runways of the old airbase.
  • Sebring burst onto the sports car racing scene and into the history books in March 1952 with a 12-hour endurance race that is now second only to Le Mans in international prestige.
  • Each year on the third Saturday of March, 3.74 miles of concrete and asphalt challenge the giants of sports car racing to one of the world’s most grueling endurance tests.

A Heroic Field

  • Former winners read like a Who’s Who of motor racing: Mario Andretti, Stirling Moss, Dan Gurney, Phil Hill, Al Holbert, A.J. Foyt, Bobby Rahal and Tom Kristensen.
  • Sebring is also famous for celebrity participation. Steve McQueen nearly won the race in 1970, while James Brolin, Paul Newman, Gene Hackman and even journalist Walter Cronkite have competed in the race.
  • Sebring winners include major manufacturers such as Porsche, Ferrari, Nissan, Jaguar, Audi, BMW, Ford, Chevrolet and Toyota.
  • For six decades, Sebring has been a staple of the international sports press, from the cover of Sports Illustrated to ESPN to The Wall Street Journal.

Peas Out!


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