LILONGWE, Malawi – The World Health Organization announced today a major breakthrough in its ability to fight infectious disease in the third world, all thanks to Sebring’s famed Greenpark. A five year study of the inhabitants of Greenpark during the 12-hour race weekend has yielded new data that the WHO believes will allow it to help in some of the worlds poorest countries in Africa. “Well Greenpark is really a petri dish of some of the worlds most infectious diseases, its the perfect place to study how these diseases are transmitted,” said WHO scientist William Evans. “Combine that with the hot, swampy climate and it is perfect for study.”