Rules for '58 limited motors to 3 liters and it was up to
Ferrari and Aston to contest for the win. 
Maserati was broke and the 300S outdated. 
Aston led early - Gendebien put his Ferrari over the back of
Scott-Brown's Lister but would recover to finish 2nd.

Phil Hill would go on to win Sebring twice more

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photo credits: Bob Kahmer, Ed McDonogh
The E.D, Martin, Chet Flynn
& Ed Hugus Ferrari TR
The car crashed out after
58 laps
Hugus also drove #19 Ferrari
here leads the Scott/Bott Porsche
The Scuderia Cuba 500TC Ferrari Luigi Musso (in car) teamed with
Olivier Gendebien in #16 for 2nd
Sir Stirling checks the Aston
cockpit early on Saturday
Moss was the most
popular driver of his era
Charlie Kurtz Elva inside Dale Duncan
in Maser & Sanderson in D Type
Behra in #42 RSK which retired
he then took over #41
Harry Schell & Jean Behra were 3rd in an RSK
Tony Brooks waits in the pits Carroll Shelby with Chris Economaki (white hat) Roy Salvadori co drove with
Shelby in the #25 Aston
Playboy Porfirio Rubirosa in ascot
always with a rich woman
Sebrings sunsets are legendary