Two of the most historic road courses in America have joined the “Fueled by VP” Family.  Road Atlanta in Braselton, GA and Sebring International Raceway in Sebring, FL are the most recent tracks to have VP as their Official Fuel.

Both tracks serve as important stops in the TUDOR United SportsCar season, hosting the 12 Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans - two of the endurance races that make up not only the TUDOR season, but also the championship within a championship, the Tequila Patron North American Endurance Cup. The series is also fueled by VP, but now all the other series and events at the historic circuits will have easy access to VP fuels.

Sebring began its life as a World War II airbase before the runways were remade into a race course. The track has hosted the 12 Hours of Sebring since 1952 and has seen a who’s who of motorsports royalty in its victory lane, such as Mario Andretti, AJ Foyt, Stirling Moss, and Dan Gurney. 

Road Atlanta was born in 1970 and has challenged drivers of all levels since. The track has considerable elevation changes and blind turns that are thrilling to both drivers and spectators. Road Atlanta’s new life and considerable upgrades came after it was purchased by Don Panoz in 1996. The track has become the home of the 10-hour Petit Le Mans since 1998.