pm_lsc_2015Paul 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
    Andrea Caldarelli
  • Bryan Sellers
    Bryan Sellers
  • Bryce Miller
    Bryce Miller
  • Madison Snow
    Madison Snow
Andrea Caldarelli

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.

Bryan Sellers

Bryan Sellers, born August 19, 1982, is one of the premier racing and development drivers in international sports car competition. That skill-set will continue to be valuable as the Braselton, Georgia-resident returns Paul Miller Racing fulltime in 2017 in the GT Daytona (GTD)-class No. 48 Lamborghini Huracán GT3 in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Previously, Bryan drove with the team to a second-place GT finish at the 2011 Rolex 24 At Daytona. Co-driving the full season with Madison Snow and in the endurance races with Bryce Miller, the two-time Petit Le Mans GT Le Mans (GTLM) class winner is attempting a seventh-consecutive season with at least one race victory in 2017.

Career highlights include a 2005 factory-driver effort with Panoz Motor Sports at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, nine starts at the Rolex 24, eight 12 Hours of Sebring and nine Petit Le Mans starts. Class victories as a Falken Tire factory driver include six IMSA GTLM wins, most recently at the 2015 Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen. He also has two Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge overall victories at Watkins Glen and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Championships include Formula Ford Zetec (2002), USF2000 (2002), Skip Barber (1999) and World Karting Association (1998), Bryan was named the American Le Mans Series Most Popular Driver in 2012 and is a member of the USF2000 Hall of Fame.


Bryce Miller

Bryce Miller, born July 26, 1982, grew up watching the professional careers of his father, Paul Miller, and Uncle, Kenper Miller. Like his familial mentors, Bryce ascended to the top levels of U.S. sports car racing and in 2016 returns to Paul Miller Racing in the No. 48 Lamborghini Huracán GT3 in the four-race Tequila Patrón North American Endurance Cup (NAEC).

Bryce co-drove to fifth-place Rolex 24 At Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring finishes in 2015 as well as a personal season-best showing of third in the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen. Bryce will not run a full season in 2017, but he fills a critical role in select NAEC rounds for the endurance championship within the existing championship.

Bryce was also a key co-driver in Paul Miller Racing’s 2014 victory at Petit Le Mans. The win boosted Bryce, his co-driver and the No. 48 team to second in both the IMSA GT Daytona (GTD) and NAEC GTD class final championship standings.

After winning over 60 major go-kart races to start his career, Miller stepped up cars and has been most successful in top-tier sports car racing. He has earned nearly three dozen podiums in ALMS, GRAND-AM, IMSA GT3 and IMSA GTD, highlighted by a first-place GRAND-AM GT team championship in 2007 and a 2008 ALMS victory at Road America.


Madison Snow

Madison Snow was born December 26, 1995 in Lehi, Utah, and started racing go karts at the age of five. When he turned 14, he raced a Miata at Miller Motorsports Park in the MPRA series and finished second in the championship. The following year, he transitioned to racing Porsches, quickly making a name for himself the IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge Gold and Platinum Series. By 2013, Snow was competing in the American Le Mans Series, earning a win at Petit Le Mans.

Snow joined Paul Miller Racing in 2016, earning pole position at Virginia International Raceway, which the team went on to win the following day. The 2017 race season marks Snow’s second with Sellers and Paul Miller Racing.

Race highlights include: 2016 IMSA United SportsCar Championship GTD pole and win at Virginia International Raceway, 2015 IMSA United SportsCar Championship GTD – one win (Petit Le Mans), two podiums (including Rolex 24 At Daytona, 2014 IMSA United SportsCar Championship GTD – three podiums (including Rolex 24 Daytona and Petit Le Mans). 2013 American Le Mans Series GT – one win (Petit Le Mans); IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge Platinum – champion, 10 poles, seven wins, 14 podiums, six fastest laps (three record) youngest single-marque series champion 2012     IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge Platinum – second, five poles, three wins, 11 podiums, three fastest race laps, 2011 IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge Gold – champion, six poles, six wins, 12 podiums, two fastest race laps, youngest driver to win a Porsche Cup race. 2010 Miller Park Racing Association series – second, 2000 – 2009 karting – numerous championships and wins.



© Paul Miller Racing 2010-2017. Powered by  Responsive Websites. All Rights Reserved.