PARSIPPANY, New Jersey (March 15, 2016) The Paul Miller Racing drivers approach the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring with different emotions, but they all agree it’s a race that can only be won with a strong team effort. Bryce Miller (Summit, N.J.) will join full-season drivers Bryan Sellers (Atlanta) and Madison Snow (Lehi, Utah) for the 12-hour endurance race in Sebring, Florida, on March 19. The trio will alternate stints in the No. 48 Castrol/UIS Lamborghini Huracán GT3, chasing honors in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTD class.

Sellers has earned two class podiums at Sebring, but his best memories are of the event experience – often described as the Woodstock of racing – which draws a huge crowd of loyal fans every year.

“Sebring is one of the events I looks forward to every year,” he said. “The atmosphere of the race is something special. It was one of the very first sports-car races I attended, so it holds a very special place in my heart. Our guys at Paul Miller Racing have been flat-out prepping for the event, trying to ensure we have every tool necessary to perform. This is a race that is won or lost as a team, and we are all up for the challenge.”

Snow has experienced all the challenges of the rough 3.74-mile Sebring road course that tests the best sports-car drivers and crews.

“Sebring has always been a tough event for me,” he acknowledged. “Even if everything is going perfect, it is the track that will bring out any issue, either with the car or the drivers. We had a very successful test there two weeks ago and the Paul Miller team have been working tirelessly to make sure we have a perfect race car for when we come back for the race. I feel as though we have done everything we can to prepare for this race, we are up for the challenge and I can’t wait to see how the race goes!”

Miller has topped the class podium in the Petit Le Mans and stood on the second step in the 24 Hours of Spa and Rolex 24 At Daytona. The 12 Hours of Sebring is still in his sights.

“I always look forward to Sebring – it is an iconic event that is tough on drivers and cars,” he said. “I know my team is focused and prepared for the challenge, and I feel good about our formula. The Lamborghini is a solid car, too. There’s a lot to be excited about.”

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.

The Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring is scheduled for March 19 on the 3.74-mile Sebring International Raceway road course in Sebring, Florida, starting at 10:40 am. Live timing/scoring, IMSA Radio and in-car camera video will be available at during race week, plus qualifying session streaming on March 18. The March 19 race will be streamed on and televised on FS1 (10:30 am to noon), FS2 (noon to 7 pm), (7 pm to 10 pm) and FS2 (10 pm to 11 pm). International fans can stream the race on All times EDT.