Bryce Miller

Bryce Miller (born July 26, 1982) is an American racing driver from Summit, New Jersey.[1] He currently drives in the IMSA owned Tudor United SportsCar Championship for Paul Miller Racing. Bryce is the son of Paul Miller and nephew of Kenper Miller [de], both of whom competed in sports car racing. The family trio aggregates a consolidated 75 years of motor racing experience.

Bryce Miller
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Miller at the 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans driver parade.
NationalityUnited States American
Born (1982-07-26) 26 July 1982 (age 38)
Honolulu, Hawaii
Previous series
American Le Mans Series
Grand-Am Rolex GT Championship
Le Mans 24 Hours
Grand-Am Rolex Series
FIA GT Championship
IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup
Canadian National Go-Kart
Championship titles
Tudor United Sports Championship
American Le Mans Series
NASCAR Rolex Grand-Am Sports
U.S. Grand National Go-Kart Champion, East Coast Regional Go-Kart Champion

Early lifeEdit

Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Miller grew up watching his father, Paul Miller and uncle Kenper Miller's professional driving career from Miller saw an early success the pits. He was influenced by his father and uncle to begin his go-karting career at the age of 7. Miller saw an early success winning over 60 International Karting Federation races which included breaking the track record at his home circuit, Oakland Valley Raceway. He began racing open wheel formula cars professionally when he was 17 years old and after he graduated The University of Vermont, Porsche invited Miller to the UPS Porsche Junior Team shoot-out to compete for a factory seat, this was the point when he decided to compete in sports car racing.[2]


Miller started racing go-karts competitively at the age of 7, and by 10 years old he became the U.S. Grand National Karting Champion and East Coast Regional Karting Champion. He moved up to open-wheel formula cars, winning Rookie of the Year honors in the Formula Barber Dodge Championship and was invited to participate in the acclaimed Winfield Scholarship competition, where he finished runner-up to the scholarship winner. His open-wheel formula career spanned from 1999-2003. After Porsche invited him to compete in the Junior Cup shoot-out he decided to pursue sports car racing. In 2007, his debut year on the 13 race Grand-Am Rolex Series circuit, he accumulated 10 podiums, winning at Virginia International Raceway, winning the Team Championship and finishing 3rd in driver points and 2nd in Rookie of the Year points. In 2008, he won the Atlanta America Generac 500. Miller secured a total of 24 podium finishes from 2006 to 2009 racing in the Grand-Am Rolex Series and, American Le Mans Series and IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge. During these years he finished 2nd at the acclaimed Daytona 24 hours both in 2008 and 2011 and finished 2nd in the famed TOTAL 24 Hours of Spa.

He teamed with British driver Luke Hines in the American Le Mans Series GTC category. That season he secured a track record at the Salt Lake Grand Prix and qualified on pole at The Mosport Grand-Prix.[3] In June 2010, Miller joined up with JMW Motorsport to compete in the 2010 24 Hours of Le Mans with co-drivers Rob Bell and Tim Sugden. In the 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans, he joined Team Felbermayr-Proton, driving a Porsche 997 GT3-RSR with co-drivers Nick Tandy and Abdulaziz Al-Faisal.[4]

He also finished second in both the team and driver championship points of in the 2014 Tudor United SportsCar Championship in an Audi R8 LMS prepared by Paul Miller Racing. In 2014, Miller again competed in the 2015 Tudor United SportsCar Championship with Paul Miller Racing, joining both Christopher Haase and Dion Von Moltke. Miller partnered with full-season co-drivers Christopher Haase and Dion von Moltke in the Rolex 24 At Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring, moving 2015 off to a fast start with a pair of fifth-place finishes. He more recently scored a podium, 3rd-place finish at Watkins Glen's Sahlen's Six Hours of the Glen.

Career ResultsEdit

24 Hours of Le Mans resultsEdit

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
2010   JMW Motorsport   Rob Bell
  Tim Sugden
Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT2 GT2 71 DNF DNF
2011   Team Felbermayr-Proton   Nick Tandy
  Abdulaziz Al-Faisal
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR GTE

American Le Mans Series resultsEdit

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos.
2008   Farnbacher-Loles Motorsport  Dirk Werner
  Richard Westbrook
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR GT2 622 18
2009   Farnbacher-Loles Racing   Marc Lieb
  Dirk Werner
  Pierre Ehret
  Richard Lietz
  Martin Ragginger
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR GT2 172 44
2010   Orbit Racing   John McMullen Porsche 997 GT3-RSR GTC 714 12
2011   Paul Miller Racing   Sascha Maassen
  Emmanuel Collard
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR GT 1424 13
2012   Paul Miller Racing   Sascha Maassen
  Rob Bell
  Richard Lietz
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR GT 1622 9
2013   Paul Miller Racing   Marco Holzer
  Richard Lietz
  Emmanuel Collard
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR GT 1086 19

Rolex Sports Car SeriesEdit

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos.
2007   Farnbacher Loles Motorsports  Dirk Werner Porsche 997 GT3 GT 1717 1
2008   The Racer's Group
  Farnbacher Loles Motorsports
 Dirk Werner
 Ted Ballou
Porsche 997 GT3 GT 1867 8
2009   The Racer's Group
  Racers Edge Motorsports
  Miller Barrett Racing
  John Potter
  Craig Stanton
  Marco Holzer
Mazda RX-8 GT 965 2
2010   Miller Barrett Racing Porsche 997 GT3 GT 501 43
2011   Paul Miller Racing Porsche 997 GT3 GT 684 57
2012   Paul Miller Racing Porsche 997 GT3 GT 224 105
2013   Paul Miller Racing Porsche 997 GT3 GT 161 105

Tudor United SportsCar ChampionshipEdit

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos.
2014   Paul Miller Racing  Christopher Haase Audi R8 LMS GTD 376 2
2015   Paul Miller Racing  Christopher Haase
 Dion Von Moltke
Audi R8 LMS GTD 15

FIA GT ChampionshipEdit

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos.
2009   BMS Scuderia Italia   Marco Holzer
  Martin Ragginger
Porsche 997 GT3 RSR GT 2

Blancpain GT SeriesEdit

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos.
2009   Prospeed Competition   Ludovic Sougnez
  Paul van Splunteren
Porsche 997 GT3 RSR GT DNF


  1. ^ "Bryce Miller". American Le Mans Series. Retrieved 19 January 2012.
  2. ^ "Interview with MAR Magazine". Archived from the original on 2015-09-23. Retrieved 12 August 2015.
  3. ^ "ALMS Mosport Final Grid" (PDF). International Motor Sports Association. 2010-08-29. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-09-22. Retrieved 2015-08-12.
  4. ^ "Qualifying 3" (PDF). Automobile Club de l'Ouest. 10 June 2011. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-06-26. Retrieved 12 August 2015.

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