The 2018 Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli season got underway at Sebring International Raceway in early March. Sharing the weekend with SVRA and International GT, the weekend had no shortage of on-track action. Sebring is one of those iconic racetracks, and it definitely has a different feel to it depending on the time of year and the event. During the 12 Hour IMSA contest, it is packed with people, so shooting locations change due to the backgrounds. However, I prefer the track less full, as it gives me the chance to look at different locations with backgrounds otherwise obscured by RV's and fans. The lighting in early March for Trans-Am's race is always on point, thanks to usually clear skies and cool temperatures, as well as the inevitably delayed late-afternoon qualifying session on Saturday. If you want to get an idea of what Sebring is like, check out my Stadium Journey review of the annual IMSA 12 Hours of Sebring.