Miller Time - Down to business

MILLER TIME AT LE MANS: DOWN TO BUSINESS American growing more comfortable in JMW Aston Martin American GT driver Bryce Miller is competing at the Le Mans 24 Hours for the first time this year. He'll pilot an Aston Martin Vantage for ...

MILLER TIME AT LE MANS: DOWN TO BUSINESS

American growing more comfortable in JMW Aston Martin

American GT driver Bryce Miller is competing at the Le Mans 24 Hours for the first time this year. He'll pilot an Aston Martin Vantage for JMW Motorsport with teammates Tim Sugden and Rob Bell. He filed his latest blog Thursday night after the final qualifying session at Le Mans for americanlemans.com.

The team opted to put in the race engine starting this morning. They did the job quicker than expected, so we stayed on schedule and ran the 10 p.m. session. The drying conditions were a big help to continue my progress on the dry line and with braking points. It was also good additional night- driving experience. I was able to learn the track some more and close the gap down on my lap times.

My comfort level with the car has also improved quite a bit this evening and I am starting to learn how to use the aero some more in braking and faster sectors.

Tomorrow is a chance for the drivers to all rest up and then we go to the driver's parade. I am quite excited for this and hear it is an incredible experience where you get to feel like a hero for an hour! The fans here are so enthusiastic and appreciative of our sport - it makes it great fun and an honor to be here.

It's hard to believe I am here driving at Le Mans. The atmosphere is so special you can't miss it. It's not something you have to look for - it just is ... Le Mans!

-source: alms

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Series Le Mans
Drivers Rob Bell , Tim Sugden , Bryce Miller