Aside from the usual television and radio broadcasts, today we have even greater access to online streaming, live in-car video, and most importantly, the world of social media continues to develop tools for us to connect to our favorite drivers and teams.
For long endurance races like this one, Twitter can be an invaluable source of information. Not only can Twitter provide an up-to-the-minute view of what’s happening in the race, it can connect you with intimate details and insight from the drivers and teams themselves. In fact, I know of no other way to stay as closely and accurately informed about what’s happening in the Porsche world before, during and after the race (even if you were at the event itself) than through the “Twittersphere”. You just need to know who to follow.
- The official Hashtag is #Sebring12
- The official account is @sebringraceway
- The Tudor United Sports Car Series account is @UnitedSportsCar
- Porsche’s North American Factory Team: @PorscheNAracing
Porsche Drivers on Twitter
The GT Le Mans Class
Team Falken Tire Car #17 @FalkenTire
The GT Daytona Class
Muehlner Motorsport Car #18 @MUEHLNERMOTORS
Muehlner Motorsport Car #19 @MUEHLNERMOTORS
- Connor De Phillippi @CDePhillippi
Alex Job Racing Car #22 @RaceWeatherTech
Alex Job Racing/Team Seattle Car #23 @TeamSeattle
Magnus Racing Car #44 @MagnusRacing
Park Place Motorsports Car #73 @ParkPlaceRacing
GB Autosport Car #81 @gbautosport
Don’t forget to follow @FLATSIXES if you’re not already!
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