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July 27th, 2013 - Jeff Taylor Ovecomes Adversity at Dacotah
1Jeff Taylor entered the North Dakota Governor's Cup over the weekend at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota) in his #5 Jeff Taylor Racing/Industrial Electric/Taylor Chassis/Mullins Racing Engine entry.

A stout field of 51 IMCA Open Wheel Modifieds entered the program, and a win in his heat race as well as a win in the dash locked him into the pole position for the finale with Jeremy Keller joining him on the front row. Taylor battle for the lead during the race's early stages before a tangle sent him to the tail. Over the remainder of the event he rebounded to finish 4th behind race winner, Robert Hellebust, Aaron Turnbull, and Tracy, Domagala.

Full results from the event are available at www.DacotahSpeedway.net.


July 24th , 2013
Jeff Taylor Race Cars Client, Jordan Eddleman, continues to accumulate 2013 season wins. He won the Sport Mod main event at Fairgrounds Speedway (Cortez, Colorado) on Friday, July 19th and again on Saturday, July 20th feature for a complete sweep of the weekend's action. Contact Us today to join our winning team!

July 11th, 2013 - Jeff Taylor Bags First Win of Dakota Classic Modified Tour
1After battling mechanical failures and overall bad luck during the opening rounds of the miniseries Jeff Taylor finally knocked down his first Dakota Classic Modified Tour on Wednesday evening at Southwest Speedway (Dicksinson, North Dakota).

A stout field of 76 entries looked to claim the coveted win in the event, and in his heat race Jeff finished 2nd, which left him short of locking into the feature event. As a result he was forced to run a b-main, which he won to earn the 10th starting spot for the finale. In the feature he began working his way forward at the drop of the green flag and would soon find himself in the lead. Once out front he never looked back on his way to the victory, which came over Jeremy Keller, Brian Mullen, Aaron Turnbull, and Curt Lund. The victory was his fifth of the 2013 campaign.

Jeff concluded the 2013 edition of the Dakota Classic Modified Tour on Friday night at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota). With 78 entries in the pit area Taylor advanced from the 6th starting spot to claim the win in his heat race. Via his heat win he locked into the 4th starting spot in the finale. In the feature he grabbed the leader early on before Jeremy Keller slipped by for the lead. Taylor went on to race in the top five throughout the event before crossing the finish line in the third spot behind race winner, Jeremy Keller, and Aaron Turnbull. Click Here for video.

Full results from the events are available at www.DakotaClassicModTour.com.


July 9th, 2013 - Jeff Taylor Opens Dakota Classic Modified Tour
1Jeff Taylor opened the 2013 Dakota Classic Modified Tour at Jamestown Speedway (Jamestown, North Dakota) on Saturday night.

With 72 entries on hand for the $1,600-to-win race, Jeff started his night by winning his heat race to transfer to the main event. He drew the pole starting spot for the pole and led the first seventeen laps before slipping to a second place finish behind race winner, Allen Kent.

Round #2 of the Dakota Classic Modified Tour was held on Sunday night at Nodak Speedway (Minot, North Dakota) as the entry list grew to 80 competitors for the $1,600-to-win race. The night started with Taylor once again winning his heat race to lock into the feature. Unfortunately mechanical issues were discovered before the start of the finale, so Jeff was forced to scratch from the main event. (North Dakota Race Photos Photo)

Monday night took the team to Estevan Motor Speedway (Estevan, SK) for the next round of the miniseries. Fifty-seven entries were on hand for the program, and Taylor's night started on a sour note as his pole starting spot for his heat race fell to the wayside due to mechanical issues. Due to his heat struggles he started 15th on the grid for a b-main and would advance eleven spots to finish 4th, which locked him into the 24th starting spot for the finale. He would retire early from the feature to a 26th place finish.

After back-to-back nights of struggles Jeff was hoping for better luck on Tuesday night at Basin Speedway (Williston, North Dakota). Unfortunately his bad luck would continue. With 69 entries in the pits Jeff won his heat race to move onto the main event, where mechanical issues again sidelined him to a 25th place finish.

Full results from the events are available at www.DakotaClassicModTour.com.