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June 13, 2020 - Jeff Taylor finds victory lane in Wendell Wallace Motorsports machine
Jeff Taylor drove to his second victory in as many weeks on Friday night. (Jason Brickey photo)

Taylor wheeled the Wendell Wallace-owned No. 6m Shaw Race Cars IMCA Modified to the win at Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Ark.

“Any win is special but to win here at Batesville Motor Speedway means that much more,” Taylor commented. “I love being able to race in front of our hometown fans. It feels great to win two weeks in a row. I hope we can carry this momentum into Wisconsin this weekend.”

In a field of 21 Modifieds, picking up a heat race victory over John Waugh, Taylor locked his spot into the main event. Parking the MTR Fencing Company entry in victory lane, Jeff topped Mark Norris, Clay Norris, Ashton Wilkey, and John Waugh at the line to secure the victory.

1The following night at Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, Mo.) aboard the Cameron Rank-owned No. 44T Modified, Jeff posted a fourth place finish in his heat, which positioned him eighth on the starting grid for the A-Main. Passing six cars in the 20-lap affair, Taylor notched a runner-up finish behind Ashton Wilkey. Sawyer Crigler, Matt Barry, and Carl Murphy rounded out the Top-5

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June 6, 2020 - Taylor Tallies First Win of the Season at West Plains
1On Saturday night, Jeff Taylor enjoyed Victory Lane for the first time this season. He piloted the Cameron Rank-owned No. 44 Shaw Race Cars Modified to the win at Legit Speedway Park in West Plains, Missouri.

“I had a blast driving for Cameron on Saturday night,” Taylor said. “This was a much-needed win. We’re finding some speed and it’s been fun meeting and helping the new guys in the Shaw camp. Thanks to everyone that supports our team.”

On Saturday, Taylor jumped up two spots in his heat race to pick up the win. Starting the feature in seventh, Jeff slowly worked his way to the front, overtaking leader Steve Picou on the final corner of the last lap to capture his first win of the season. Picou, Mark Norris, Tyler Vinson, and Sawyer Crigler trailed him to the checkers in the 20-lap affair.

Earlier in the weekend, Taylor visited Batesville Motor Speedway to drive the Carl Murphrey-owned No. X2M Modified. After taking command of the lead early in the feature, brake issues forced Jeff to retire early from the race.

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