Porsches finished 1-2 in the Sebring 12 Hour World Sports Car Championship race, with the duo of Olivier Gendebien and Hans Herrman coming home first


Saturday 26th March 1960

Porsches finished 1-2 in the Sebring 12 Hour World Sports Car Championship race, with the duo of Olivier Gendebien and Hans Herrman coming home first. The Casner Camoradi Maserati entry of Dan Gurney/Stirling Moss built a huge lead before breaking the rear axle with 4 hours to go. The Ferraris and Corvettes performed poorly. The winners covered 1,019 miles in the winning 1.5 liter Porsche, averaging 84.92 mph.


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