Gradient Racing has confirmed a switch to IMSA competition for this year, with the Texas-based team having entered its Acura NSX GT3 Evo into the WeatherTech Sprint Cup. Team regulars Miller and Till Bechtolsheimer have been named drivers for the eight-race season, which kicks off at Long Beach in April, sportscar365.com
This team was wildly successful in GT World Challenge America last year and rode to the Pro-Am class victory and several podium finishes with Miller and Bechtolsheimer. The team will run the sprint races in IMSA starting in April and compete for that crown in GT Daytona class. "2019 was a really good year. I won a Trans-Am title and Till and I were able to grab a GT3 win and and some podiums for Gradient Racing. IMSA though, has always been our main goal," Miller said.