BUFORD, GA (Monday, January 8, 2024) — Following a record-setting year in 2023, the Paul Miller Racing team’s success is being recognized in international motorsport media as outlets name their year-end award winners.

The team’s 2023 campaign saw them clinch the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship team title, while drivers Madison Snow and Bryan Sellers took top driver championship honors. Additionally, the five victories scored by the No. 1 BMW M4 GT3 machine–a class record—helped catapult BMW to the top of the manufacturer standings. As well as the yearlong title, PMR, Snow, Sellers, and BMW also took home these same honors in the Sprint Cup, repeating their feat from 2022.

This success has been recognized by motorsport media outlets around the world, and honors for the team in year end “best of” lists have followed accordingly.

Paul Miller Racing was named GT Team of the Year by Daily Sports Car, with Stephen Kilbey writing, “Paul Miller Racing‘s effort in the extraordinarily deep GTD field, DSC feels, deserves the most recognition.

En route to the class Drivers and Teams title, its full-season pairing of Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow won five races (including the Sebring 12 Hours), secured two further podium finishes and secured BMW the Manufacturers title too.”

The group also recognized the BMW M4 GT3 as the Car of the Year, and Madison Snow was listed as an Honorable Mention for GT Driver of the Year.

Midweek Motorsport—from the Radio Le Mans group—also crowned Paul Miller Racing Team of the Year following nomination by IMSA Pit Reporter Shea Adam and votes by the fans.

SportsCar365 also included Paul Miller Racing and Madison Snow amongst their Honorable Mentions for Team of the Year and GT3 Driver of the Year.

“It’s been such an incredible year for all of us at Paul Miller Racing, one we certainly won’t soon forget,” Paul Miller Racing team owner, Paul Miller said.

“While we know the depth of what we achieved this year, it just makes it feel even more special when that achievement is recognized by such great media outlets that really know the sport. To know that they looked at all of the teams and all of the drivers and all of the cars in sports car racing around the world and chose to honor us means so much. From the bottom of my heart, thank you all.”

The Paul Miller Racing team takes on a new challenge in 2024, moving up to the GTD Pro class in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. You can catch them tackling their first GTD Pro race later this month at the Rolex 24 at Daytona.