At the halfway mark of the 12 Hours of Sebring, Acura and Cadillac are locked in a fierce battle for honours. With six hours remaining, the two manufacturers are locked in a tight duel, with Acura’s Wayne Taylor Racing and Cadillac’s Action Express Racing trading the lead numerous times.
The two teams have engaged in a tactical battle, with the lead changing hands multiple times as they attempt to outwit each other. Acura driver Juan Pablo Montoya started in pole position, but was quickly overtaken by the Action Express Racing Cadillac of Pipo Derani. The Brazilian driver remained in the lead for a number of laps, before being overtaken by the Acura of Ricky Taylor.
Taylor managed to hold the lead for a number of laps, before Derani regained the advantage on lap 26. From that point on, the battle has oscillated between the two cars, with each team trying to outsmart the other. Both drivers have exhibited exemplary driving, with Derani managing to maintain his lead despite a brief tyre puncture.
The two teams have been closely matched in terms of speed and performance, making the contest a thrilling spectacle for spectators. With six hours remaining, it is still anyone’s race, as both cars show no signs of slowing down.
The 12 Hours of Sebring is proving to be a memorable race, with Acura and Cadillac locked in a fierce battle for dominance. Both teams have exhibited impressive driving, and it looks set to be a thrilling finish as they battle it out for the win.