Successful Test for Schmied Ahead of First Ever Sebring 24

September 23rd 2021 – Sebring, FL.

A two-day private test ahead of the historic World Racing League 24-Hours of Sebring in Late October has Kenny Schmied feeling good about his prospects ahead of the race. Schmied completed a two-day test at the track this week and feels the experience will help as the team tries to take the checkered during the longest race ever held at the birthplace of American endurance racing. Schmied spent two days in the W2W Racing 718 Clubsport, with race stints having average lap times in the 1:25’s. Schmied also completed several fuel saving tests and qualifying simulations to round out the testing schedule.

“I think it’s really important for us to be here preparing for the race.” Schmied said. “No one knows what to expect so we’re kind of pioneers in that regard. It’s also the first time in several years that World Racing League has visited Sebring, so the testing will give us a leg up on the field for sure. Just getting a feel for the track, our fuel burn, driving when you’re saving fuel or pushing flat out – it all gives a driver a lot of experience they can take forward into race day. We’ve got a fantastic team and fantastic drivers, so I can’t wait to see how things will go!”

Schmied heads back to Sebring Florida in five short weeks for the World Racing League 24-Hours of Sebring.

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