​Watkins Glen, NY (Saturday, June 22, 2024) — It’s a sixth place for a six-hour race for the Paul Miller Racing team in Watkins Glen.

Madison Snow qualified the No. 1 iHeartRadio BMW M4 GT3 machine sixth in the IMSA GTD Pro class for Sunday’s six-hour endurance event.

Snow and co-drivers Bryan Sellers and Neil Verhagen currently lead the IMSA Michelin Endurance Cup, a championship-within-the-championship for the five long races during the season, of which Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen is a part of.

“Obviously sixth isn’t where we wanted to start when we drew the plan up for the weekend,” Paul Miller Racing team manager, Mitchell Simmons, said.

“But, in the grand scheme of things, sixth is more than doable. We have won races from further back, and especially when it’s a six-hour endurance race like this one.

“I know we have the team and the drivers to make our way to the front of the field, and with the weather tomorrow, truly anything can happen.”

The start of Sunday’s—likely rainy!—six-hour race will air LIVE on USA Network beginning at 11 AM ET until 2 PM ET. Live flag-to-flag coverage of the event will be available on NBC Peacock.

Madison Snow
“The competition in the IMSA GTD Pro class is so tight, the entire top 10 is separated by only one second in qualifying today. Sixth is pretty middle-of-the-road and that’s about where we thought we would be based on the pace of the field. Of course we would like to have started further up, but really, who knows what tomorrow is going to bring. It’s probably going to rain, it will probably be a little chaotic, and I know we have a great team for those situations.”