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July 27, 2019 - Taylor Takes Home Ed Jordan Memorial at Legit Speedway Park
Jeff Taylor scored a special win on Saturday night at Tracey Clay’s I-30 Speedway. Not only did he pocket $2,000 for winning the seventh annual Ed Jordan Memorial, but he also claimed his first win with Shaw Race Cars in his Industrial Electric No. 5 Spur Bar/ Wehrs Machine/ Provence Construction/ Shaw Race Car Modified.

“This Shaw Race Car has been fast every time that it’s hit the track so far, but we just kept falling a little short of Victory Lane,” Taylor noted. “On Saturday night at I-30 Speedway we hit the ground running against a tough field of cars and never looked back on our way to the win.

“I want to thank Scott and Marlene Mosley as well as Kevin Shaw and everybody at Shaw Race Cars for providing me with such an awesome car. There’s some really big shows coming up in the next few months, and I’m confident that we’re going to be a contender in all of them.”

1On Friday evening Jeff Taylor traveled to Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Arkansas), where he returned to the driver’s seat of his Shaw Race Car No. 5 IMCA Modified. Earning the eighth-starting position for the A-Main via preliminary events, Taylor gained three spots to register a fifth-place finish behind Brint Hartwick, Ashton Wilkey, Brandon Smith, and Ricky Engles Jr.

1The following night at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) Jeff entered the seventh annual Ed Jordan Memorial, which drew a stacked field of 39 entries to the ¼-mile oval. Via his heat race performance, Taylor locked into the fourth-starting spot for the big finale. He went on to charge to the feature win and the $2,000 payday. Tyler Stevens, JT Goodson, Clay Norris, and Drew Armstrong completed the Top-5 finishers.

For more results from these events, please visit www.BatesvilleMotorSpeedway.com and www.I-30Speedway.com.

July 12, 2019 - 3rd Place Finish in Mod Tour Finale
1Monday night saw Jeff Taylor return with the 30th annual Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Modified Tour at Estevan Motor Speedway (Estevan, Saskatchewan). With 53 IMCA Modifieds on hand, Taylor passed four cars in his heat reeling in a 3rd place finish. Starting the A-Main in 9th, Jeff gained five more spots to place 4th behind Ricky Thornton Jr., Tom Berry Jr., and Casey Arneson with Hunter Marriott coming in 5th.

After losing Tuesday’s event at Williston Basin Speedway (Willison, North Dakota) to Mother Nature, Jeff was one of 55 cars signed in at Southwest Speedway (Dickinson, North Dakota) on Wednesday. Improving six spots in his heat, Taylor notched a 3rd place finish which positioned him 7th on the starting grid for the feature. Passing one one car, Jeff Taylor registered a 7th place outing.

For the final round of the Dakota Mod Tour on Thursday at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota), Taylor locked his spot into the finale with a heat race victory. Rolling off on the pole, Jeff Taylor dropped two positions in the 30-lapper recording a 3rd place finish behind Hunter Marriott and Casey Arneson with Jason Hughes and Tom Berry Jr. completing the Top-5 finishers.

Taylor returned on Friday for the Legendary 50 where he posted a 6th place finish in his heat. Following a 15-lap consolation victory, Jeff gained two spots in the 50-lap feature logging a 17th place finish.

For more results from these events, please visit www.DakotaModTour.com.

July 7, 2019 - Jeff Taylor Kicks Off Dakota Mod Tour at Jamestown
1On Saturday evening Jeff Taylor made the trek to Jamestown Speedway (Jamestown, North Dakota) kicking off the 30th annual Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Modified Tour. In a field of 75 IMCA Modifieds, Taylor started the night off with a heat race victory sending him into the redraw. Receiving the pole position, Jeff suffered a broken axle following a restart that brought an immediate end to his night.

On Sunday at Nodak Speedway (Minot, North Dakota), Jeff improved five spots in his heat reeling in a 4th place finish. Starting the main event in 15th, Taylor lost his power steering on the parade lap dropping him back to an 18th place outing.

For more results from these events, please visit www.DakotaModTour.com.