PARSIPPANY, New Jersey (January 31, 2016) Paul Miller Racing continued to fight back during the third quarter of the Rolex 24 At Daytona. After a late-night garage stop to repair suspension damage from a hit in the 11th hour of the 24-hour enduro, the team combined strategy with crew and driver talent to resume speed and ensure all drivers logged the required laps to score points in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Madison Snow (Lehi, Utah) drove more than three hours during the third quarter of the race. He was thrilled with the car’s performance, even after the suspension was rebuit and the radiator was replaced.
“I’ve had quicker laps every single stint, and that just shows that our car is at least maintaining the performance that we had at the beginning of the race. We haven’t dropped off at all,” he said. “The Lamborghini is super-easy to drive, it takes nothing out of the driver. It’s just lap after lap after lap, and all of a sudden your stint’s over. It feels like you could stay in the car all day long. It’s fun to be out there.”
14h05 19 pit – fuel
16h50 Bortolotti 17 slow on track; garage – radiator replaced
Paul Miller Racing is a leading GTD team in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. The team placed second in the 2014 IMSA series GTD standings and third in 2015.