Paul Miller Racing has parted ways with Lamborghini following a successful six-year partnership that featured key victories and championships in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
The Georgia-based team, which finished runner-up in this year’s GT Daytona class championship with Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow, scored six class wins in Lamborghini Huracan GT3 machinery, including wins in the 2018 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring and 2020 Rolex 24 at Daytona, as well as the 2018 GTD championship.
In addition to 25 podiums and ten poles, the team helped take Lamborghini to the GTD manufacturers’ championships in 2018 and 2019.
“Our relationship with Lamborghini since 2016 has assisted us in achieving some of our greatest successes to date,” said team owner Paul Miller.
“I want to thank them for that partnership over the last six years, and thank them for all the hardware we’ve been able to take home on the team, driver and manufacturer side.”
The majority of the team’s success with Lamborghini came with drivers Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow, having scored a 44 percent podium record together in the races entered and only having two DNFs.
“Working with Chris Ward and Giorgio Sanna from Lamborghini has been a great pleasure, and I thank them, and all of Lamborghini for helping to power us to some truly amazing success,” said team manager Mitchell Simmons.
“Lamborghini has been a huge part of our success since 2016, particularly when paired with our driver lineup of Madison and Bryan.
“With the power from Lamborghini, and the consistency from our drivers, we’ve been able to achieve everything we set out to accomplish and score some of our biggest wins in sports cars.”
Sportscar365 understands the team received an offer move into the GTD Pro class next year with Lamborghini but it would have required an all-factory driver lineup, which has instead led to the team looking elsewhere to remain in GTD with its longtime driver pairing of Sellers and Snow.
An announcement on the team’s new manufacturer has not yet been made.
“We thank Paul Miller Racing, the entire crew and last but not least Madison and Bryan, for the extraordinary job done with our Huracan GT3,” said Head of Lamborghini Motorsport Giorgio Sanna.
“They all have massively contributed to our achievements and important milestones for Lamborghini Squadra Corse. We are grateful for their partnership over the last six seasons and we wish all the best for their future.”