ELKHART LAKE, WI (Thursday, August 3, 2023) — Madison Snow, Bryan Sellers, and the Paul Miller Racing team head to the classic Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin looking to bounce back from a tough Lime Rock Park race.

The duo currently lead the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTD class point standings, but their lead took a hit following an eighth-place finish at Lime Rock Park last month. The No. 1 Quartz Engine Oil-backed team now holds a margin of 86 points over the No. 27.

Snow and Sellers notched three wins in the first half of the season at the 12 Hours of Sebring, the Long Beach Grand Prix, and Canadian Tire Motorsport Park and are looking for their fourth on the newly-repaved, four-mile Road America Circuit.

Last year, the pair finished just off the podium in fourth at Road America in their BMW M4 GT3 machine—and the team has two prior podium finishes there, both second, in 2018 and 2019.

“It’s always difficult when you’re the team out in front that everyone is chasing,” Paul Miller Racing team owner, Paul Miller, said.

“But, we have bounced back from results worse than Lime Rock, and we can do it again. The team is working well together, and I think Road America will be good for front-engined cars like ours.

“We just need to make sure we execute this weekend and hopefully extend our point lead back out.”

Sunday’s IMSA SportsCar Weekend, two-hour, 40-minute race, goes green bright and early at 10:10 AM CT / 11:10 AM ET. You can catch it LIVE on USA Network on stream on NBC Peacock.

Madison Snow
“Road America always offers a great event. With the high speeds and heavy brake zones, it’s an easy track to pass on compared to some of the tracks we compete on. We will certainly give it our all to challenge for a win this weekend.”

Bryan Sellers
“Road America is one of the best tracks in the country and one of my favorites to travel to. There is something amazing and truly special about Elkhart Lake. The town breathes racing. The race will likely be very different from years past with the new pavement. It will be very new to everybody, and whoever is able to adapt the quickest will likely come out on top. We had a difficult race there last year, hopefully, we are able to turn it around.”