Audi Press Release
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.
“This race is US motorsport cultural heritage. Every winner of this race joins an elite list of drivers,” raves the 27-year old German about the USA’s oldest sports car race. Haase will compete in the GT Daytona class as he did on his Sebring debut last year. He will share driving duties in two-hour stints with local heroes Bryce Miller and Dion von Moltke. His goal: “To finally tick the ‘victory’ box.”
Victory at Sebring for Audi driver Haase would also be important for the Tudor United SportsCar Championship, in which ten other races are held following the endurance classics at Daytona and Sebring. After finishing second in the rankings last year, Haase and Paul Miller Racing have set their sights high again.