SEBRING, FL (Friday, March 15, 2024) —The Paul Miller Racing team qualified seventh in class today for Saturday’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring as the team looks to defend their 2023 victory in the endurance classic.

In the hands of Madison Snow, the No. 1 iHeartRadio BMW M4 GT3 machine did a lap time of 1:59.586, good enough for P7 on the grid.

Snow, longtime teammate Bryan Sellers and Michelin Endurance Cup driver Neil Verhagen will team up behind the wheel in the PMR squad’s second race since moving up from GTD to GTD Pro for the 2024 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season.

Sebring was one of five wins the Paul Miller Racing team scored in 2023 en route to the drivers’, teams’ and manufacturers’ titles.

“We love this place and historically we have been successful here,” Paul Miller Racing team manager, Mitchell Simmons, said.

“Sometimes that is by pace and sometimes by strategy, but the great thing about this circuit is that either can put you on the top step. It looks like we’re going to need a bit of luck and a bit of strategy to duplicate our efforts from last year.”

The Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring goes green on Saturday, March 16, at 9:40 AM. Live flag-to-flag coverage is available on NBC Peacock. Television coverage begins at 4:00 PM ET on the USA Network and continues through the checkered flag.

Madison Snow
“Seventh on the grid is about what we could do given our pace in the car at the moment. The car feels pretty good, the team has done a great job making changes to cope with this heat and the bumps around this place. But, unfortunately we are just lacking some outright pace compared to the rest of the field. We’re going to have to get creative to get a good result tomorrow, but we did it last year and maybe—hopefully—we can again this year.”