SEBRING, FL (Tuesday, March 16, 2021) — The Paul Miller Racing team returns to Sebring International Raceway in pursuit of the team’s second victory at the prestigious 12 Hours of Sebring.
The 2018 race-winning trio of Madison Snow, Bryan Sellers and Corey Lewis will reunite behind the wheel of the No. 1 Total lubricants-backed Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO for the race.
The 2021 12 Hours of Sebring marks the second round of the Michelin Endurance Cup, a title which the Paul Miller Racing team claimed in 2020. The team currently sits third in the championship in both the Michelin Endurance Cup and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTD standings, bolstered by their third place finish in January’s Rolex 24 at Daytona.
“Sebring is always a highlight of the IMSA season,” Paul Miller Racing founder, Paul Miller, said.
“It’s a track really unlike any other we race on and being able to win here requires every single team member to be at our best from the very first minute of the race. You can’t make any mistakes over the entire 12 hours if you want a shot at the win.”
This weekend’s race will be the Paul Miller Racing team’s second Sebring 12 in the span of less than six months after the 2020 edition was moved to November to serve as the season finale.
Practice for the 12 Hours of Sebring kicks off on Thursday, March 18 at 9:05 AM Eastern.
The start of Saturday’s race will be shown LIVE on NBCSN from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM with continuing coverage for the finish starting at 7:00 PM. Flag-to-flag coverage will be available on TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold and the NBC Sports App with authentication.
“Sebring is the event I look forward to the most every year. It has a special meaning to me, and I think everyone on our program. We need to make sure we all bring our ‘A’ game because everyone else will be!
I’m hopeful we are able to take what we learned in Daytona and roll it forward to this weekend.”
“To me Sebring is the best event on our calendar. There is and always has been something special to me about Sebring. This is a race that requires speed, teamwork, and determination to win. I love the atmosphere and the fans, and I hope we are able to deliver a great race for all of them. I know all of our guys put a lot into the race, Madison, Corey and I will do the same. I hope at the end of it all it will be enough.”
“Sebring has always been one of those tracks where we’ve always had a very fast race car and have proven we can get the job done. I’m extremely excited to have the opportunity to get to work with Bryan and Madison and continue to build on our momentum from Daytona!”