The famous bump in turn 1 at Sebring added another victim to the list during Saturday’s IMSA 12 Hours of Sebring. Jimmie Johnson and Felipe Nasr had spins after hitting the bump early in the race, but with just under three hours to go, Timothé Buret in the No. 8 Tower ORCEA LMP2 hit the bump while running second in class, slid sideways and into the grass, sending the car flipping and into a tire barrier. The car came to rest back onto his wheels and Buret was able to climb from the mangled wreckage and walk away.
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