Paul Miller Racing is the fourth racing program owned and operated by Paul Miller. The team is backed by a wealth of experience and talent and a long history of success. Paul Miller has extensive experience as both a driver and team owner. He led the Porsche factory effort in Trans-Am Series racing in the 1980s. He was also a leading IMSA endurance racer, driving with sports-car stars Bob Akin, Brian Redman and Hans Stuck. He competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans three times and in the Rolex 24 At Daytona nine times, topping the GTO class in 1988. Paul Miller Racing’s international crew have worked at all levels of sports-car racing, bringing a world of expertise to the team’s operations.
Paul Miller Racing is based in Buford, Georgia with satellite support coming from Parsippany, NJ. The team’s technical operations are year round and official team testing is primarily conducted nearby at their home circuit Road Atlanta. The team also retails driver coaching services, aftermarket street tuning and upgrades, ride-along and race weekend experiences, and official team gear.
Andrea Caldarelli was born February 1990 in Pescara, Italy. By age 10, Caldarelli was competing in various karting championships in Italy, stopping at age 14 to focus on school. A year later, he returned to racing, working his way up the European open wheel racing ranks. In the years to follow, he competed in the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, Formula Three Euroseries, GP2 Asia, the GP3 Series and SuperFormula Series. In 2013, he began his tenure in Super GT as an official Toyota driver, which he remains to this day.
Career Highlights include: 2016 – Second in Super GT Championship with two podiums. 2015 – Finished fifth in Super GT, winning the season opening race from pole position. 2014 – Finished Second in Super GT Championship. 2013 – Became a Junior Driver for Toyota Racing in the World Endurance Championship.