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May 25th, 2015 - Jeff Taylor Records Win at Nodak Speedway
1 Following last weekend shows being called due to the weather, Jeff Taylor jumped back in the driver’s seat for a regular night of racing at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota). Jeff was able to earn a 10th place starting position in the A-Main where he moved up two positions to capture an 8th place finish.

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On Sunday Jeff took the Industrial Electric #5 Taylor Chassis to Nodak Speedway (Minot, Northa Dakota) for the Memorial Day Event. Via a 10th place starting spot in IMCA feature, Jeff went on to capture a victory to record his 2nd win of the 2015 season.

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May 8th, 2015 - Jeff Taylor Wins at Batesville
1Jeff Taylor made the last minute decision to enter a Weekly Racing Series Event at Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, Arkansas) on Friday evening. It proved to be a good choice as he scored his first win of 2015.

Competing in his first event since February, Jeff stormed to the IMCA Modified feature win in his Industrial Electric #5 Taylor Chassis. Richie Tosh, Mark Norris, Mark Ellis, and Brian Ritchie rounded out the top five finishers.

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February 7th, 2015 - Taylor Travels to Cocopah Speedway for Winter Nationals
Jeff Taylor opened his 2015 season over the weekend with the opening round of the 4th Annual IMCA Winter Nationals at Cocopah Speedway (Yuma, Arizona).

Sixty-five IMCA Open Wheel Modifieds registered for Friday night's, $1,000-to-win program. Jeff drew the outside-front-row for his heat race but slipped to a fourth place finish, sending him to a b-main. He later won his b-main after starting third, locking him into the thirteenth starting spot on the feature grid. Taylor had worked his way up to eighth before suffering a flat right front tire. The team quickly changed the tire and Taylor was able to rejoin the field however, further mechanical issues forced Jeff to retire to a 24th place finish.

Saturday night's program once again boosted a $1,000 top prize to competitors. A high pill draw number pinned Jeff in the back of a heat race and he was only able to manage a sixth place, sending him to a b-main. A seventh to fourth run in the b-main, earning him the 24th starting spot for the main event. Taylor advanced to a sixteenth place finish in the final rundown.

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January 14th, 2014 - Sound Off: Jeff Taylor - IMCA Modifieds

IMCA Modified star, 2012 IMCA Super Nationals Modified Champion and chassis builder Jeff Taylor of Cave City, AR joined Dirt Cast to talk about his off-season, being super busy, building cars, Bob Harris, his plans for Arizona racing, might not race until end of month, the Snowbird Classic, Arizona Speedway, the competition that comes down for the winter races, looking forward to defending the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Modified Tour championship and his plans for 2015. Taylor drives the #5 Industrial Electric, Allgayer, Inc. Taylor.

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November 23rd, 2014 - Taylor Back in Victory Lane with Arizona Triumph
While the weekend may not have started on the best note, Jeff Taylor rebounded on Sunday afternoon with a trip to Victory Lane in the Inaugural Desert Thunder Nationals at Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, Arizona).

Jeff piloted his #5 Industrial Electric/Taylor Chassis Open Wheel Modified in the $3,000-to-win event that opened on Saturday evening with a stout field of forty-one entries filling the pit area.

Taylor started third in his heat race before racing to the win, which positioned him starting seventh in the evening's preliminary feature. Jeff went on to register a third place finish behind race winner, Jesse Sobbing and Ricky Thornton Jr. however, he was disqualified following a post-race technical issue. Taylor was credited with a 25th place finish.

Sunday afternoon saw Taylor looking for redemption as he started his outing much like the day before, advancing from fourth to win his heat race to lock into the third starting spot for the finale. In the main event Jeff mounted a great charged to score his ninth victory of the season over Ricky Thornton jr., Cody Graham, Tyler Mecl and Hunter Marriott.

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November 15th, 2014 - Jeff Taylor Competes in 2014 Duel in the Desert
Jeff Taylor made the long tow to The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, Nevada) over the weekend to compete in the 2014 edition of the Duel in the Desert, which posted a $7,777 top prize for competitors. Tyler Hagen Photo

A talent-laden field of over 200 IMCA Open Wheel Modifieds entered the program, which kicked off on Thursday evening. A third place finish in his heat race send Taylor to a b-main, where he raced to a win to lock into the 25 lap, preliminary feature. Jeff then raced from deep in the field to register a solid ninth place finish at the checkered flag.

Friday night's preliminary program saw Jeff race to a convincing heat race win to lock into the evening's 25 lap feature. Taylor went on to record a fourth place finish in the final rundown behind race winner, Terry Phillips, Jordan Grabouski and R.C. Whitwell.

Via his performance on Friday evening Taylor locked into the fourteenth starting spot for the 40 lap finale on Saturday night. In the feature Jeff battled around mid-pack for much of the event before advancing to a ninth place finish in the final rundown.

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October 16th, 2014 - Taylor Talks with


Jeff Taylor started off in Late Models but lately has made his name in the Dirt Modified ranks. And there’s no doubt he found success in that venue.

The driver known as “Animal” is the 2012 winner of the IMCA Super Nationals along with several other big money events. These days he’s also a successful car builder.

Ben Shelton recently had the chance to sit down with Taylor for a great conversation about racing, building cars and everything else. Taylor even let us in on how he settled on his iconic number five.

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September 20th, 2014 - Top Five for Taylor in World Nationals at Marshalltown
Jeff Taylor was back behind the wheel of #5 Industrial Electric/Taylor Chassis Open Wheel Modified over the weekend at Marshalltown Speedway (Marshalltown, Iowa).

The two-day, $10,000-to-win program opened on Friday night with double heat races. Jeff advanced from fifth to fourth in the first heat race before claiming the win in his second heat race. As a result, he would start second in the first of Saturday's five last chance heat races.

On Saturday, Taylor raced to a second place finish in his heat to lock into the sixteenth starting spot on the grid for the 50 lap finale. During the course of the main event, Jeff past eleven other competitors en route to a fifth place finish behind race winner, Benji Lacrosse, Ryan Gustin, Jacob Murray, and Hunter Marriott.

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September 8th, 2014 - Taylor Hosts Two-Day Modified Chassis School
2012 IMCA Super Nationals Champion Jeff Taylor will be hosting a 2 day dirt modified chassis school on November 28th and 29th in Mesquite TX. The school will be held in conjunction with Texas Motorsports Expo and Auction..

In a recent interview Jeff said he enjoys giving back to the racing community by doing these seminars.

“I just enjoy helping guys understand there race cars and what makes them work. For dirt racing to continue to be successful these types of classes is what we need out there. In the sport of modified racing things are so technical I try and bring a logical and easy to understand approach to racing. I am looking forward to being a part of Racelogic and what they are doing in racing.”

The cost for the 2 day class is $300.00. For sign up information please contact Brian Littleton at 479 461-7561 or send an email to

Interested persons can also find us on Facebook at Racelogic Chassis School

September 6th, 2014 - Taylor Competes in IMCA Super Nationals
Jeff Taylor traveled to Boone Speedway (Boone, Iowa) over the weekend for the Annual IMCA Super Nationals.

With well over 200 of the top IMCA Open Wheel Modified pilots in the country in action, the week-long festivities got off to a slow start on Wednesday night for Taylor. He won his preliminary heat race, but retired to a disappointing 30th place finish in the feature.

On Thursday night Jeff would improve his performance, registering a fifteenth place finish in the main event after finish second in his heat race.

Taylor would again struggle on Friday night, only managing a sixth place finish in his heat race, which sent him to a b-main. Jeff failed to reach a transfer position in the b-main, bringing his night to an early end.

His bad luck throughout the week forced Jeff to run a last chance heat race on Saturday evening. Unfortunately, he narrowly missed the transfer into the finale as his weekend came to an early end.

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