Jul 19

Taylor Dominates at I-76 to Garner Fourth Feature Victory of Season

Taylor Dominates at I-76 to Garner Fourth Feature Victory of Season

Inside Line Promotions – FORT MORGAN, Colo. (July 18, 2017) – Zac Taylor was on a mission last Saturday at I-76 Speedway, where he dominated to score his fourth win of the season.

Taylor won his heat race after starting fourth to open the night. He then led every lap and at times had over half a track lead in his family-owned 305ci sprint car during the A Main.

“I started third and jumped into second getting into the first turn and I had a great run off the bottom and took the lead,” he said. “There were three cautions, but a corner worker told me if there wouldn’t have been any I probably would have lapped up to third. We had such a great car.

“This win was very special because we had a lot of family members there and my girlfriend’s birthday was Monday. I’m so thankful to have so many family and friends there to cheer me on and give me encouragement.”

Taylor is excited to get to race both the sprint car and Todd Henry’s midget this Friday at El Paso County Raceway in Calhan, Colo.

“We have really taken big strides with the midget this year and our sprint car has never been faster,” Taylor said. “I have a little redeeming to do in the midget at Calhan. The last time we were there we were really fast and I got caught up in someone else’s crash and it ended our night early.”

Taylor currently sits third in the Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association championship standings. He leads the Colorado points standings for the International Motor Contest Association (IMCA) sprint cars.


Friday at El Paso County Raceway in Calhan, Colo., with the Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association midgets and the Colorado Alliance Tour sprint cars


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“I want to thank SuperClean for always keeping our car clean and how great they make us look in Victory Lane,” Taylor said.

Taylor would also like to thank H&H Resurfacing, Unique Signs and Designs, Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil, The Kaiser Family, Bessemer Auto & Truck Center, Pro Shocks, Triple X Racing Company and Hoosier Racing Tires for their continued support.


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