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Troubles force Taylor into pits


A promising beginning of the night ended with Zac Taylor sitting in the pits because of mechanical problems in the Todd Henry owned midget last Saturday at I-76 Speedway.

“Todd replaced all the crank triggers and in the heat we thought we finally had the engine issues taken care of,” Taylor said. “We went from fifth to second, but as soon as the green came out for the feature we had the same issues again. Todd is going to go to more of a drag racing style crank trigger and hopefully that will fix the problem. It was very disappointing because we had a great race car.”

Two weeks ago Taylor did something very different in his racing career - he competed on asphalt in a Grand American Modified at I-25 Speedway in Pueblo, Colo.

“It was very, very different,” he said. “It was fun, but asphalt racing makes for a very long day at the track. We ended up finishing second.”

Taylor will return to his family owned 360ci winged sprint car for ASCS Frontier Region races this Friday at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Mont., and Saturday at Big Sky Speedway in Billings, Mont.

“We have three top-five finishes with the ASCS this year so I’m excited to get back out and compete,” he said.


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