Your top five on the grid are No. 72, No. 73, No. 44, No.38 and No. 1. The SPEED Touring Car race will go green at 11:05 a.m. tomorrow.
No. 20 Katharine spins and continues at Turn 1a.
Three minutes remaining in the session.
Our order remains unchanged, Tri-Point teammates No. 72 and No. 73 lead the pack, followed by No. 44, No. 38 Thomas and No. 1 Kleinubing.
Five minutes remaining in the session.
No. 34 takes the exit road at Turn 10 and continues.
No. 24 Osborn reported slow on course at Turn 10.
Acura newcomer No. 44 Wittmer sits in third with a 2:20.849.
His teammate No. 73 Pobst is second quick with a 2:20.052.
No. 72 into pit lane.
No. 97 Espenlaub is off course in Turn Three with a mechanical problem. Driver is out of the car.
Reported smoked from the back of the No. 72 car.
No. 72 Altenburg jumps to the top with a 2:19.951.
No. 31 Riley is off course at Turn Seven with suspected mechanical problems.
As the cars fly by start/finish for the first time, No. 34 Esayian is shown at the top with a 2:32.368.
Course is open for an 18-minute qualifying session.
The SPEED Touring Car qualifying record at Sebring is a 2:19.040 (95.799 mph), set last year by Bill Auberlen in a BMW 325i.
In yesterday’s practice sessions, No.19 Crescentini emerged as the fastest, clocking a 2:21.267 (94.289 mph).
Weather in Sebring is 77F with partly cloudy skies.
The 20-minute session is scheduled to start at 11:25 a.m. EST.
Welcome to SPEED Touring Car qualifying at Sebring.