GT3 Racing

The 2022 Fanatec GT World Challenge America powered by AWS championship saw two DXDT Racing Mercedes AMG GT3 cars in full-season competition, marking the team’s sixth year racing Mercedes machinery. The team closed out the 2022 season with four podiums and 11 top-five positions.

This GT3 series competes across the continent on some of the best tracks North America has to offer. Each event weekend consists of two races, welcoming a wide range of homologated manufacturers, producing exciting competition. The two-driver, 90-minute SprintX format, complete with full-service pit stops makes racing a true team effort.

Jeff Burton
No. 91 Burton Lumber Mercedes AMG GT3

Jeff Burton will be competing this year in the No. 91 Burton Lumber Mercedes AMG GT3 car along with Corey Lewis. Burton started out his racing career in 2015 with a BMW M5 street car. Prior to becoming a part of DXDT, Burton has experience racing a Porsche GT3 and a Porsche Cayman. His first year with the team, he drove a Lamborghini Super Trofeo alongside teammate, David Askew, for his first SRO World Challenge race. Together they made the podium both races, placing second and then first. In 2018, Burton had is first full SRO season in a GT4 Audi R8. Burton has achieved many awards in recent years. In 2019, he placed first in the GT4 SprintX. The following year, he accomplished third place in the GT4 Sprint. In 2021, he placed second in the GT3 America. 

Corey Lewis
No. 91 Burton Lumber Mercedes AMG GT3

Jeff Burton will be joined this year by Corey Lewis. The former Lamborghini driver holds a coveted win at the iconic 24 Hours of Daytona in 2020.  Lewis has secured two wins in the 12 hours of Sebring in 2018 followed by 2023. In years prior, he has also competed in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo series where he has won four consecutive championships and a World Championship. In 2022, Lewis has been competitor in the GT World Challenge picking up multiple race wins and pole positions. Lewis formerly raced with Paul Miller Racing, alongside Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow, in the Michelin Endurance rounds in the IMSA WeatherTech Championship.

Scott Smithson
No. 08 Qelo Mercedes AMG GT3 

Scott Smithson takes the drivers seat in the No. 08 Qelo Mercedes AMG GT3 car for the second consecutive year. After a year hiatus from SRO America to compete in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge in 2021, Smithson has returned to DXDT Racing. He previously raced with the team in 2020, competing in TC America’s TCR class. He had a successful season, earning six podiums and three wins. He finished third in what was a highly competitive season, showing the strength of his skill on track. His return to the team has allowed him to move up full time to the GT3 category, racing alongside young sports car racing veteran Bryan Sellers. Smithson had many accomplishments in the 2022 season including, a 1st place podium finish at St. Petersburg, a 2nd place podium finish at Road America, followed by a 2nd place podium finish at the Indy 8 hour. Aside from being a crucial part of our team, Smithson resides in Salt Lake City, Utah with his wife, Ari, and their children.

Bryan Sellers
No. 08 Qelo Mercedes AMG GT3 

Bryan Sellers will be behind the wheel alongside teammate, Scott Smithson, for the second year. He has been working with Smithson over recent seasons, lending his race craft expertise. He started his racing career in New Zealand in 2001, and quickly established a win in the 2002 USF2000. In 2005, he began his sports car career racing in the ALMS and Grand-Am series. Sellers  joined Team Falcon Tire and acquired 4 wins. Following his success, he was the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTD class champion while racing with Paul Miller Racing. In 2020, he began racing with DXDT Racing. In the same year, Sellers was the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona and Michelin Endurance Cup race winner. Bryan Sellers success continues while driving with DXDT Racing in the GT World Challenge series and Paul Miller Racing in the IMSA series.