Ingolstadt, March 10, 2015 – The endurance race at Sebring, held for the first time in 1952, has developed into a motorsport classic in the intervening years. On Saturday, March 21, the next edition of the 12-hour endurance race is held under Florida’s sun. On the grid: Audi GT driver Christopher Haase in the Audi R8 LMS fielded by Paul Miller Racing.
In its 53rd edition, the 24 hour classic at Daytona delivered the usual excitement – and it proved to be more challenging than ever. Changing track conditions and levels of surface grip, dense traffic, and enormously high speeds tested the driver’s abilities, and hardly any of the teams had a race that was even remotely free of trouble. The quartet of drivers for Paul Miller Racing also struggled to get its #48 Audi R8 LMS to the finish. They ultimately came through and secured 5th place in the GTD class, and the team can be happy with important points for the USCC season standings.