The chances of rain on Friday are looking a little lower now. There is still a slight chance of some afternoon showers and thunderstorms developing, but I think the coverage of any showers will be isolated. Most likely, Friday will stay dry.
Saturday still has a good chance of showers and thunderstorms, but the situation does not look quite as wet as it did a few days ago. This does not look like a 2015 Petit Le Mans, which had a tropical cyclone interacting with a frontal boundary to produce an extended period of heavy rain at Road Atlanta. While I do think that rain is likely at some point during the race, mainly Saturday afternoon and evening, I don't think it will be a prolonged heavy rainfall that will cause significant delays in the race. I'm holding the chance of rain at 60% at this point because there is still a model (NAM) that shows no rain at all on Saturday. It is an outlier, but I am hesitant to raise the rain chances when there is still disagreement in the models.
Here's the forecast rainfall from the NWS for Saturday (Sebring is near the yellow dot):
I'll have another forecast update tomorrow morning, and hopefully the rain amounts and timing will be coming into better focus.