Many consider turn-17 at Sebring to be THE most difficult turn in North American racing. Why, it’s the last turn, at the end of the back straight on a notoriously bumpy track. Drivers enter the turn at nearly 165 mph and there’s no one perfect line. It’s different for each car and each set-up. Sebring is known to be demanding on car and driver. Watch as Henrique Cisneros, driver of the #30 MOM NGT 991 Porsche GT3 Cup, explains what it takes to stay fast through this difficult turn.
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