Book Description: Steve McQueen drove with a broken ankle to a stunning second-place finish in 1970. Dan Gurney watched the winner's trophy slip away when his Ford's engine seized a heartbreaking 250 yards from the finish line in 1966. Stirling Moss was handed a bottle of Coca-Cola during the 1957 race and politely returned the empty on the next lap.No other race in motorsports has evoked such epic tales of triumph, defeat, and gallantry. The 12 Hours of Sebring has a character all its own -- born from a tradition of attracting legendary drivers and teams for extraordinarily competitive racing.Author Ken Breslauer brings to life five decades of Sebring competition in this beautifully illustrated history. And the book's exhaustive appendix provides the definitive collection of Sebring facts, including year-by-year race statistics and an index of every driver who ever competed at Sebring.