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Updated: 03/01/2018 10:26:18AM

Museum exhibit features history of Race

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JAY MEISEL/STAFF Vicki Jarvis holds a special race ticket from 1993. She and her husband, Mike, were instrumental in organizing a new race exhibit at the Sebring Historial Society museum.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF Max Morton operates a simulation of the race track. Its part of a new race exhibit at the Sebring Historical Society museum.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF Mark Andrews points a model of a winning car at the Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF Ken Ziesenheim and Diane Ziesenhein stand near a car Diane Ziesenheim has raced. The car is part of a new race exhibit at the Sebring Historial Society museum.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF Jennifer Reed stands under a photo of when she was named Miss 12 Hours of Sebring in 1993. Reed, who was known then as Jennifer Shepard, attended the opening of a race exhibit at the Sebring Historical Society museum.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF On display at the Sebring Historical Society museum is a poster from the 1967 race.

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U.S. Army Sargeant Shawn Owens and his friend USMC Sargeant Rob Hampton have both served their country with honor.

By JAY MEISEL

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SEBRING — One popular memento of the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Race is the annual race poster.

But for those who in 1960 looked forward to the 1961 poster, they found that the only difference was the 0 was changed to 1.

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