These are not going to be the most exiting Sebring 12 hours ever, but it's not looking that bad. Lack of Audi makes it loose it's salt, and overall despite Peugeot and Aston presence, the P1 class won't be the center of interest this time. GT2 seems to be the class to watch, although I fear that Speed TV's feed will indeed show an exclusive GT2 race, as they tends to do everytime...
The intersport car won't be replaced. They've withrawn their p1 entry.
On endurance info there's an interview of Peugeot's Bruno Famin where he says he's surprised to see the Aston car has come to Sebring with the Le Mans aero package! That sounds crazy indeed, and explain why they struggle to do a competitive chrono since the begining of the week.
On the other hand, running such discharged aero provided them with the best top speed (largely), so they will be extremely hard to pass. But with Peugeot coming once again "to prepare Le Mans" and Aston not giving themselves the means to win, I feel Drayson's the only P1 entry worth cheering for... With Pirro at the wheel they look good, and have shown credible pace.
Sebring being Sebring, we shouldn't burry the three P2 cars, and even if three cars sounds lame, at least they're three different beasts, entered by three credible teams.
I wonder if the LMPC will be as interesting as they look. They're own battle will be very close obviously, but will they manage to be a threat to P2? I'm looking forward to their fuel and tyre consumption relatively to the other classes.