Paul Miller Racing will race at Watkins Glen this weekend sporting a new look on its Lamborghini Huracan GT3 car.
The livery for Watkins Glen, which was designed in part by Andy Blackmore, is a military tribute.
“This weekend is extra special for our team because we are unveiling a very unique, and all new look for our Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO,” driver Ryan Hardwick said.
“Showing support for our nation’s soldiers is something that everyone on our racing team, as well as our sponsors, takes very seriously,” Hardwick added.
Paul Miller Racing’s primary sponsor, 1st Phorm, was heavily involved in the process.
“Our title sponsor, 1st Phorm, is extremely involved with philanthropic, fundraising, and volunteer work that benefits families of our nation’s military and first responders.” Said Hardwick
The team will once again be partnering with Full Circle Home, a charity that helps connect deployed service men and women stay in touch with their loved ones through care packages, gifts, and letters.
Paul Miller Racing will also bring an extra crew member with them to Watkins Glen, a soldier from Fort Drum, a military base in the same region of Watkins Glen.
It is common for teams to race special edition patriotic liveries to Watkins Glen each year as this race typically falls close to the July 4th, Independence Day, in the United States.
This year though, July 4th is actually closer to IMSA’s lone trip to Canada and Canadian Tyre Motorsports Park.