Paul Miller Racing will return to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with an unchanged lineup, having confirmed Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow for its Lamborghini Huracan GT3 next year.
The pairing, who enter their third season together, will again be joined by Bryce Miller and Lamborghini factory driver Andrea Calderelli for the season-opening Rolex 24 at Daytona.
“I’m pleased we’re returning to Daytona with the same lineup as 2017,” said team owner Paul Miller. “Luck may have not been on our side during the race, but the performance from the car and drivers was there.
“We’ve put a lot of work in during the off season, and we’re looking forward to it paying off on track this year.”
While having broken through to give the Italian manufacturer its first victory in WeatherTech Championship competition in 2016, the team was winless this year, with only two podium finishes to its credit.
Sellers, however, is bullish for the season ahead, saying they’ve showed “great promise” in the first two years together.
“I hope this year we can contend for the title for the entire season,” he said. “The competition level is high and we will expect nothing less than a terrific battle.”
Only Full-Season Lamborghini Entry
Paul Miller is so far the only Lamborghini entry confirmed for a full-season campaign in the GT Daytona class, with both Change Racing and Wayne Taylor Racing programs not yet materializing.
The Robby Benton-led team, which claimed a maiden class victory at Virginia International Raceway this year, is not on the entry list for next weekend’s Roar Before the Rolex 24, following rumors the team would be scaling back its sports car racing involvement.
WTR, which had been working on a two-car Lamborghini GTD effort, meanwhile, is understood to have put its plans on hold.
There will, however, still be a strong presence of Lamborghinis at Daytona, with Grasser Racing Team again entering two cars for the season-opener, featuring Blancpain GT Series champions Mirko Bortolotti and Christian Engelhart.