Paul Miller Racing’s Lamborghini IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship squad will honor the nation’s military when Bryan Sellers, Ryan Hardwick, and Corey Lewis contest this weekend’s Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen at Watkins Glen International.
The team’s Lamborghini has been transformed this weekend to resemble an army green colored tank, showing the its support for the military.
The livery initiative was instigated by 1st Phorm in conjunction with the team and also showcases Paul Miller Racing’s support of the military charity, Full Circle Home.
“This weekend is extra special for our team because we are unveiling a very unique, and all new look for our Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO,” Hardwick said.
“We wanted to do something special to honor our nation’s military and all the men and women who risk their lives to serve in the armed forces. Showing support for our nation’s soldiers is something that everyone on our racing team, as well as our sponsors, takes very seriously.
“Our title sponsor, 1st Phorm, is extremely involved with philanthropic, fundraising, and volunteer work that benefits families of our nation’s military and first responders. Andy Frisella, the co-founder, and CEO of 1st Phorm was very involved with our team in developing and executing this idea.”
Since 2007, Full Circle Home has helped more than 23,000 deployed service men and women connect with their source of support at home.
“We are delighted that Paul Miller Racing has supported our efforts over the years and helped to make a difference with our military and their families across the country and on bases around the world,” said Lisa K. Miller, Director, Full Circle Home.
Also, for the race weekend, the team will join forces with Operation Motorsport to bring in an additional crew member from Army base Fort Drum. Timothy Bernard will be assisting the team for the six-hour race.