Source: Unitronic JDC-Miller MotorSports
Daytona, FL – UNITRONIC JDC-Miller MotorSports #17 Audi RS 3 TCR heads into the 2021 IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge season opener hoping to continue on the winning streak Audi Sport Customer Racing has had in the BMW Endurance Challenge the past 3 years.
Joining full season drivers Mikey Taylor and Chris Miller will be 2020 TCR podium finisher Will Tally for the 4-hour endurance event. Unitronic JDC-Miller MotorSports is also teaming up with new sponsor Centinel Spine®, one of the world’s largest companies focused exclusively on development and manufacture of spinal implants.
Driver Will Tally was treated with the Centinel Spine prodisc® C Anterior Cervical Total Disc Replacement over a decade ago and continues to thrive on the race track. Centinel Spine will be a partner in the #17 RS 3 LMS for both Daytona International Speedway in January, and Watkins Glen International in July events.
“I’m so excited to be able to defend last year’s P2 at Daytona with a new, amazing team. I’m also proud to represent Centinel Spine’s prodisc motion preserving implants as both a surgeon and patient ambassador. We’re here to show that spinal surgery doesn’t have to end adventures!”
– Dr. William Tally, Orthopedic Surgeon, Neurosurgeon, and Race Car Driver
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