There are some small adjustments to the schedule at the Super Sebring week in March 2020.
The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship will once again share the track with the FIA World Endurance Championship.
The two races will continue to be 12 hours and 1000 Miles or max 8 Hours respectively.
The Wednesday will be an all FIA WEC and support races, with practice sessions for the various series.
The IMSA cars will be on track on Thursday, with the FIA WEC qualifying later in the day.
Friday morning holds separate autograph sessions for the FIA WEC and IMSA, opposite to 2019, where it was an hour-long session. It will be 45 minutes for each in 2020.
The FIA WEC race starts Friday midday, and finished at 8pm local time, before the 12 hours IMSA race will run on the Saturday.
That was one of the critical voices after the 2019 race, with the FIA WEC race finishing at midnight, with the IMSA Warm UP being run at 8am, resulting in officials, teams and media only getting a few hours rest, before another long Saturday.
The race week was a huge success in 2019, so IMSA and ACO quickly agreed to do it again in 2020, and actually 2021 too, as the newly revealed FIA WEC schedule mentions.
The 2020 edition will be run on 18-21 March, which is the 68th edition of the Sebring 12 Hours.