BRASELTON, GA (Monday, October 9, 2023) —Your 2023 IMSA GTD champions, Paul Miller Racing, are ready to tackle the final race of 2023, the team’s home event, Petit Le Mans at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta. 

The No. 1 Quartz Engine Oil-backed BMW M4 GT3 squad of Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow locked up both the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTD title and the IMSA Sprint Cup last time out at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but still have plenty to fight for heading into Petit Le Mans, including victory at the team’s home race. 

The Buford, Georgia-based team secured the championship by virtue of an incredible five victories this year with Snow and Sellers taking the checkered flag at the Long Beach Grand Prix, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Road America and VIRginia International Raceway. The team’s first victory of the year came at the 12 Hours of Sebring, where third driver Corey Lewis helped propel the team to victory. 

Lewis will once again be joining the team for the 10–hour challenge at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta this upcoming weekend.

“We are really looking forward to racing in front of our home crowd at Petit Le Mans,” Paul Miller Racing team owner, Paul Miller, said.

“This race is always really special because everyone has their friends and family out to support us, and to come into the weekend with the championship wrapped up and getting to celebrate that success with the people that mean the most to us is incredible.

“But, just because we have the championship clinched doesn’t mean we won’t be pushing for more. There’s still a race win and the Michelin Endurance Cup on the line and we’re in this business to win, I know everyone on this team won’t be resting on their laurels and will be working hard to try and take both of those victories for this team.”

The Michelin Endurance Cup is made up of the four endurance races held during the year. The No. 1 sits in third position, just four points off the lead, thanks to the victory at Sebring and a stunning second place in Watkins Glen where Snow, Sellers and Lewis drove from three laps down to score a podium finish. 

Saturday’s 10-hour Petit Le Mans race will air flag-to-flag on NBC Peacock beginning at 11:40 AM. Television coverage will be available on USA Network starting at 6:30 PM.

Madison Snow
“I can’t wait to be back driving with Bryan and Corey. We have had success at Petit together in the past and I believe we can do it again this weekend. Traffic is going to be tough with all five classes on track, but we will fight through it and see where we come out at the end. Hopefully, we can score a win in front of the home crowd for the team!”

Bryan Sellers
“Road Atlanta is one of my favorite events, it’s not just the team’s home race, but mine as well and that just makes it even more special. I’m excited to be back in the car with Madison and Corey, and can’t wait to see what we can achieve. The competition is really strong in IMSA right now, and going for the win and the Endurance Cup won’t be easy, but I know this team will work hard and all three of us drivers will do our best to make it happen.”

Corey Lewis
“Ready to close out the 2023 season with Bryan, Madison and the entire PMR team. Racing with this team is always special and I’m so happy to be pushing for our second Endurance Cup together after winning it in 2020. It’s been an amazing year for the program and I look forward to continuing the team’s success!”