BRASELTON, GA (Tuesday, November 9, 2021) — The Paul Miller Racing duo of Madison Snow and Bryan Sellers are chasing their second championship for the team at the 2021 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season finale.
The final race of the 2021 season—Petit Le Mans—takes place on the No. 1 Total lubricants-backed Lamborghini’s home turf of Road Atlanta, just a stone’s throw from the Paul Miller Racing team HQ in Buford, Georgia.
Paul Miller Racing sits 50 points behind first-place going into the prestigious 10-hour event that will determine both the season-long title and the Michelin Endurance Cup. In addition to sitting second in overall points, the No. 1 crew is also tied for second in the Endurance Cup, just 1 point out of the lead.
Snow and Sellers will once again be joined by Corey Lewis for this final round of 2021. The Pennsylvania native was also a key part of the team’s championship-winning effort in 2018 and Endurance Cup-winning effort in 2020.
“We’re always excited to come back and race at Road Atlanta, and that goes double when we know we have the chance to win not only one, but two titles, in this final race,” Paul Miller Racing team owner, Paul Miller, said.
“With the cold weather expected and the strength of the No. 9 team, we’re going to need a couple of breaks go our way to win the championship. But, that being said, we’ve done everything we can to prepare and I have the utmost faith in this team.”
Practice for 2021’s Petit Le Mans begins Thursday, November 11 at 9:20 AM. Saturday’s race will begin airing at 12:00 Noon Eastern Time on NBC, shortly before the green flag falls at 12:10 PM. The coverage will switch over to NBCSN at 3:00 PM and continue to the checkered flag.
Live flag-to-flag coverage will be available on TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold and the NBC Sports App with authentication.
“Petit is one of my favorite races on the calendar. It’s the perfect length for an endurance race, especially since it goes into the night, which this year will be extra long due to the late running of the event. There’s nothing better than being back in the car with my two best friends Bryan and Corey, and with Paul Miller Racing behind us, it will be a good weekend and hopefully one where we can score some hardware!”
“Petit Le Mans is always a really important race for all of us at Paul Miller Racing, it’s our home event, and when you’re fighting for a championship, that only makes it more important. It’s going to take our best performance to get it done; we’re up against a great program in Pfaff, so we’re going to have to be at our finest every single lap. But I think that’s what makes Petit such a great event because there’s so much on the line, and it’s such a difficult race. We’ve been waiting a few weeks for this now, and I’m just ready to get there and get going!”