Steve Millen took part in New Zealand’s IMSA GT racing in the 1970's and 1980's. He holds the record for the most all-time wins in IMSA GTS history with 20 victories, along with the series record in pole positions with 23 top spots. Millen raced in hillclimbing and Formula Ford before doing stadium off-road racing in the United States in the Mickey Thompson Entertainment Group (MTEG). During a winning run at the IMSA GTS championship in 1995, Millen crashed at Road Atlanta, ending his professional racing career.
By now, hopefully everyone has been able to catch an episode of The Car Show on Speed, but for those who have not, here’s your chance to take a sneak peek at what you’re missing. In Episode 4, Adam Corolla and Matt Farah had the luxury of sitting down with the great Steve Millen as they relived his start and end in professional racing. As some of you may know, Steve Millen took part in New Zealand’s IMSA GT racing and has the most all-time wins in IMSA GTS history with 20 victories, along with the series record in pole positions with 23 top spots. This guy is a racing legend and his family - Rhod, Rhys, and most recently Ryan - have also played a huge part in racing.
Check out the video to see the full interview, as well as a slot car racing challenge against Steve Millen and Dan Neil. And if you haven’t caught an episode of The Car Show, make sure you tune in on Wednesdays at 10pm on the Speed channel.