ELKHART LAKE, WI (Sunday, August 6, 2023) —The Paul Miller Racing team scored an incredible fourth win of the 2023 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season, leading 63 of 72 laps to take a commanding victory at Road America. 

Starting from pole in the hands of Madison Snow, the team would pit the No. 1 Quartz Engine Oil-backed BMW M4 GT3 machine just after the 45-minute mark and swap over to Snow’s co-driver Bryan Sellers. 

While the initial plan was to keep Sellers in for the finish, the team switched up their strategy and opted to have Madison Snow finish the race. Getting back in the car with an hour remaining, Snow would have a comfortable buffer for a majority of the final stint, however, he faced a charging No. 70 that he would have to hold off in the closing laps to hold on to the win. 

“This has become a dream season for us,” Paul Miller Racing team owner Paul Miller said. 

“We have never won four races in a single season, and I’m just so impressed by the level this team continues to operate at week in and week out. 

“This is a team that doesn’t often make mistakes, and that’s really been what has driven our success this year. We have fast drivers, a great crew, and a good team on the box to call strategy, and everyone has been operating 100% both this weekend at Road America and really all year.”

This victory extends the Paul Miller Racing team’s championship lead to 205 points over the No. 27 machine. In addition to this victory at Road America, the No. 1 has also notched wins at the 12 Hours of Sebring, Long Beach Grand Prix, and Canadian Tire Motorsport Park this season.

The stellar result today also moves the team into the lead of the Sprint Cup standings. 

The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GT classes are back in action August 25-27 at VIRginia International Raceway. 

Madison Snow
“PMR had a perfect weekend and those don’t happen often! We unloaded with a great car and just made it better as the sessions went on. The crew executed flawlessly all weekend and put in a lot of hard work to help us gain the last few tenths. I was fortunate enough to be able to start the race as well as finish, but the only way a weekend goes like this is with a full team effort.”

Bryan Sellers
“It’s just a super exciting day! I love days like this! I love days when everyone executes to the utmost of their ability. I love that Madison was able to take the checkered flag today—that we were able to do that for him. It’s such a great relationship between him and I, you always want to be the one to carry the ball or shoot the last shot or whatever analogy you want to use—but it’s something pretty neat when you’re just as happy for your partner in crime to do it. I think everybody here feels that same way, we were all so happy to see him be the one to take the checkered flag. We still have a long way to go in this championship, but as long as we can keep executing like we did today and at the level we have been working at, we will have a chance at the end. Today could not have gone better, but now we need to put our nose to the grindstone and get ready for the next one.”