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22 Tim Taylor          Updated by Driver: 4/27/2005
Edited by Staff: 4/5/2007

 Driver Information
Nickname: Toolman
Hometown: Shenandoah,IA
Birthdate: 9/1/64
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 240
Email Address: toolmanraceteam@hotmail.com
Marital Status: Married - Lynne
Children: Kaleigh - 15, Dustin
Employer: Pella Corporation
Job: Machinist
Year Started Racing: 1992
Total Years Racing: 10
Racing Hero: Dale Earnhardt - he was by far the best ever.

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: 2003 Thunder Chassis 1987 Buick Regal
Motor: Chevy 355
Owner: Toolman
Crew Chief: Phil Moyer
Crew: T.J. (Gasser) Gibson, Dave Riley, Bob Runyon, Lynne Taylor, Richard Sharp (engine builder), my family, Bill Jennings, Rod Seifring, Bubba, R.P.
Sponsors & Support: Taylor's Bowl, Thunder Chassis, Auto Trim Design, Garst Seeds, 3-Wood Farms, R&R Construction, Jr.'s Pro Shop, Farragut Ag Service, Shenandoah Plumbing, Hulett & Son, Perfection Plus.



 Tracks & Series
Adams County Speedway (IA) - Stock Car #22

 Awards & Accomplishments
Over 60 total Feature wins, 1992 Crawford County Speedway Hobby Stock Rookie of the Year, 1995 Shelby County Speedway Pro Am Rookie of the Year, 1996 Shelby County Most Popular Driver, 1997 Adams County Speedway Sportsman of the Year, 1997 Tiny Lund Memorial Nationals Pro Am Championship at Shelby County. We had been 2nd in Points at all three tracks but hadn't won a Championship until 2003. We finally did it! 2003 SCS Track Champs! It's been a long time coming! Then another Championship in 2004. It's been fun!
 
 Career Summary
Started racing motorcycles at age ten. Raced snowmobiles and drag cars, and now running circle track. Started in Hobby Stocks, now in Pro Ams. Hope to be in a Late Model very soon.
 
 Racing Goals
To be competitive every race and win another Championship some day, but most of all HAVE FUN!
 
 Other Interesting Team Information
I love kids! They are always welcome in my pits. The funniest thing I can remember about racing is from Crawford County Speedway. We had led about 16 of 20 laps in the Hobby Feature. I took the white flag and thought it was the checkered. I let up, then realized what had happend when two cars went screaming by. I ended up 3rd. Now sometimes I go an extra lap just to be sure! My long time friend and pitman T.J. Gibson passed away last year. We will miss him. R.I.P. GASSER... Godspeed, Buddy!
 

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