Taylor bags second win of 2022 at Legit Speedway Park
One week after claiming his first win of the year Jeff Taylor was back in Victory Lane on Saturday night with a triumph at Missouri’s Legit Speedway in his Industrial Electric No. 5 Wehrs Machine/ Skyway Auto Group/ NewVisionCustomShirts.com / Shaw Race Cars IMCA Modified.
His second win came in dominating fashion.
“It was a pretty solid night for us. We were able to try some new things on the car, and everything seemed to work pretty nice. These notes will come in especially handy as we get into some of the bigger shows a little later in the year,” Taylor said. “Thanks to everyone who pitches in to keep this car going in circles every week.”
With Friday’s event at Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Ark.) rained out, Jeff Taylor made his lone start of the weekend on Saturday after at Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, Mo.) aboard his Industrial Electric No. 5 Modified. With a fourth-to-first run in his heat race placing him on the pole for the feature, Taylor cruised to his second win of the season by more than a five-second margin. He finished ahead of Adam Maple, Roger Witt, Jessie Shearin, and Clay Norris.Back to News