Paul Miller Racing will start the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring from 15th on the GTD grid. Bryce Miller of Summit, N.J., qualified the No. 48 Castrol/UIS Lamborghini Huracán GT3 in 2 minutes 4.26 seconds on the 3.74-mile Sebring International Raceway road course in Sebring, Florida. He will share driving duty in the 12-hour race on Saturday with Bryan Sellers of Atlanta and Madison Snow of Lehi, Utah.
“Conditions are really difficult here; they’re changing from session to session, so it’s hard to judge for the car setup. Plus we have more weather coming with potential rain [forecast for race day]. But that’s what makes Sebring – Sebring,” Miller said.
“The qualifying result is not what I would have hoped for, but being that it’s a 12-hour race, I don’t think the qualifying result will end up mattering as much in the end, assuming we can keep the car free and clear of damage and keep it safe. We’ve got a good team, a good driver lineup and a solid effort, so I’m excited and looking forward to the race.”
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. The race will be streamed on FOXSportsGO.com and televised on FS1 (10:30 am to noon), FS2 (noon to 7 pm), IMSA.com (7 pm to 10 pm) and FS2 (10 pm to 11 pm). International fans can stream the race on IMSA.com. Live timing/scoring, IMSA Radio and in-car camera video will be available at IMSA.com–