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Sebring Winterfest Get together


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This is a driver's school and racing event on the "12 hour road course".

put on by the Porsche BMW Owners Club Winterfest event .

@ Sebring 1/12-1/13

Central Florida Vintage BMW's Of Central Florida have an Event page on Facebook as well. https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/225725637559423/

We will have a spot just for our group to park together (details to follow)

Please join us in the infield to watch and hang out or sign up for one of many Driver packages if you want to do a driver's school.

...You can go to pbocflorida.com to create a profile and sign up. It takes five minutes. You will get a full schedule and many more details.

There are several of us planning on doing the driver's school and hanging out with everyone.

I will not be putting together a "Drive" down to Sebring but feel free to do so with your friends.

Space will be limited but we will have a great spot to see all the action.

Plan on bring chairs,tents, Food and anything else you may "need" for the day.

There will be a free Drag race Saturday night at 5:30 where anything goes. Don't be surprised to see drag racing Golf Carts!

There is no entry needed to drag race, just show up.



Lapping Days for qualified Solo drivers and Instructors are available on Thursday and Friday. Cost for Thursday/Friday is $375. A one day Solo entry for Any Day is $275. Solo entry for Sat/Sun is $395. A two package for Fri/Sat is $425. A three day package F/S/S is $500. A four-day package T/F/S/S is available for $600.


Lapping Days for qualified Solo drivers and Instructors are available on Thursday and Friday. Cost for Thursday/Friday is $375.

A four day package for Instructors including two Lapping Days and Sat/Sun instructing is available for $400. A three day package F/S/S is $375. Instructor entry for Sat/Sun only is $100.


The Super Solo™ run group is available at this event. Please register for the applicable Solo or Instructor package and we will assign you to the Super Solo™ group once you are approved.


Drivers Education for Novice, Intermediate and Advanced Students is available on Saturday and Sunday for $395. Novice students will have classroom instruction and autocross exercises on Saturday morning and drive on the track Saturday afternoon and Sunday. A one day entry fee for either Saturday or Sunday is $275. However, NO Novices will be accepted for a single Sunday Only entry.


BMW Z3 with fixed rollover protection, the Z4 and Porsche Boxster and the Mini Cooper are ok. ALL OTHERS must call for approval. If you run with the top down, you MUST use arm restraints. No SUV’s in DE.



Thursday January 10th is the PBOC 8th Annual 6 Hour RACE INTO THE NIGHT with practice and qualifying sessions. Cost is $600 and includes a 2 hour night practice on Wednesday, Jan 9th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.


Friday, January 11th there will be a 90 min Enduro Race with 30 min Practice and Qualifying sessions prior to the race. Cost for the Friday only race is $400.


Saturday-Sunday January 12-13 there will be 30-minute sprint races each day with practice and qualifying sessions. Cost for Sat/Sun sprint races is $495.


An Enduro Race Package including Night Practice Wednesday NIGHT Race Thursday and Enduro Race Friday is $850 . A 3-day Race package for F/S/S is $750. A five-day package including night practice Wednesday and Night Race Thursday, Enduro Friday and Sprint races S/S is $1200.

If Racers want additional track time, please add the SOLO lapping day package(s) to your entry.

After December 16, 2012 price increase $20 will be assessed.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations received more than 14 days prior to the event will be given full refund less a $25 process fee. Cancellations received 7 to 14 days prior to the event will receive 50% credit for a future event. Cancellations within 7 days of event receive no credit. All cancellations must be in writing. PBOC Motorsports reserves the right to refuse any application.


LaQuinta Inn 863-386-0016

Inn on the Lakes 800.531.5253

Kennilworth Lodge at 800.423.5939

Marriott Residence Inn at 863-314-9100

Sheraton Four Points (Chateau Elan) 863-655-6252 (at the track)

Contact: Joanne Schwarzmann 407-804-0892 jschwarzmann@cfl.rr.com for questions or problems with registration

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