Completing their tenth season as a professional racing team in 2019, the Paul Miller Racing crew is looking to kick off a new decade of IMSA competition in 2020 with a strong performance at the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway this weekend.

The No. 48 Total Lubricants-backed team returns to the 24-hour with a strong lineup behind the wheel of their Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO. The 2018 championship-winning duo of Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow will be joined by Corey Lewis for all North American Endurance Championship rounds and Lamborghini factory ace Andrea Caldarelli will be on board for the Rolex 24 at Daytona.

The team turned 175 laps over the three days of testing to prepare their car for the grueling twice-round-the-clock event.

“We made really good progress at the Roar, and I think all of the drivers are happy with where the car is at right now going into the Rolex and the start of the season,” Paul Miller Racing founder, Paul Miller, said.

“We didn’t go out expecting to be the fastest car, we really focused on long-run pace and a good, consistent car across all fuel loads and tire-wear possibilities. I think that will serve us well during the race, which is really what’s important.

“We have great partners in Total and Lamborghini, and a great team of engineers and mechanics to go with our great drivers. Hopefully we can translate that to a great result at the end of 24 hours of racing.”

The racing action starts at Daytona International Speedway on Thursday, January 23, 2020.

The Rolex 24 at Daytona goes green on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 1:35 PM Eastern. The TV broadcast begins on NBC at 1:30 PM before switching to NBCSN at 2:30 PM. The entire broadcast schedule is as follows:

1:30 PM – 2:30 PM — NBC
2:30 PM – 6:00 PM — NBCSN
6:00 PM – 11:00 PM — or NBC Sports App
11:00PM – 3:00 AM — NBCSN
3:00 AM – 6:00 AM — or NBC Sports App
6:00 AM – 12:00 PM — NBCSN
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM — NBC

Viewers can watch all 24 hours with NBC Sports cable authentication at as well as on the NBC Sports app. Additionally, flag-to-flag coverage will be available with a subscription to TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold.

Bryan Sellers
“Our main objective for the Roar was to walk away with a car that was not necessarily the fastest, but was nice to drive. Luckily, for us, I think we were able to achieve both of those.
“The only thing you can do at the Roar is to try and prepare as best you can for the race. Everything will change race week, it always does, the car will be different, the balance will be different, the weather will be different, but we’ve done as much as we can now.
“We’ll roll into race week, make some finite adjustments, and hopefully have a good car when the green flag waves—and hopefully an even better one when the checkered flag falls!”

Madison Snow
“Daytona means the start of the race season for all of us in IMSA. It represents another chance, another year, to go at the championship again.
“Driving in this race brings on a very special thought process, you are always pushing as hard as you can for lap time, to make that pass, and to preserve the car for the end of the race so that the finishing driver can have all the tools necessary to fight for a good finish. It can be so easy to get caught up in a moment and make a bad decision, or an overaggressive pass and that’s precisely what makes this race one of a kind.
“Each year the cars get quicker and the competition increases. It’s a balancing act all race to preserve the car, yet stay in the hunt for the podium—or the win. There is so much more to this race than the 24 hours of lapping around the track, it’s the years of experience that are put into those 24 hours that make the difference.”

Corey Lewis
“I’m really looking forward to getting back to work and back on track with everyone at Paul Miller Racing. As a team, we left the roar pretty satisfied with what we had learned over the course of the three days of testing.
“Come the race weekend, I know we will roll off the hauler in a very good position leading up to the 24 hour race, and I know we’ll only get better from there.
“I hope we can step away from Daytona with a piece of hardware on our wrist!”

Andrea Caldarelli
“I am really looking forward to the Rolex 24 hour at Daytona. We had a very productive and solid test during the Roar, and the car looks very competitive.
“We worked a lot on focusing on the entire race weekend, rather than outright pace, so we are ready and confident in our preparation going into Daytona.”