About Taylor Reimer
Birthdate: December 2, 1999
Hometown: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Favorite Food: Pasta
Favorite Movie: Lone Survivor
Hobbies-Interests: Surfing, spending time with family and friends and cheering
Goals: Break female stereotypes in racing, inspire others to do what they love and become a driver for NASCAR.
How My Story Began...
Taylor Reimer had a passion for racing from the moment she started. Taylor started racing 50cc go-karts at the age of 6 in 2005 at Tulsa Kart Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After earning a track championship, she moved to Jr. Sprints at Port City Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Taylor won every major race at Port City, with over 40 A-Feature wins and secured another track championship. She placed 2nd in the Tulsa Shootout in 2011.
After racing Jr. Sprints for a few years, she moved to Restricted Winged Micros. Taylor also earned multiple race wins in the Restricted class. She was runner-up track champion in the Restricted class at Port City Raceway and had multiple top ten finishes in the Tulsa Shootout. Taylor is currently the winningest female in the history of Port City Raceway.
Taylor took a break from racing in high school in order to pursue academics and cheer. After graduating from Bixby High School, Taylor went on to college at the University of Oklahoma, where she is a 4.0 student and a cheerleader for the OU All Girl team. She is currently a junior at OU and is pursuing a Health and Exercise Science degree, with a minor in Business. She is also a member of Alpha Phi sorority.
After taking a 6 year break from racing, the pandemic created some spare time and allowed Taylor to get back behind the wheel. Taylor is now racing midgets for Dave Mac Motorsports. She concluded her Chili Bowl debut in 2021 with a 9th place B-Main finish on her preliminary night. Reimer enjoyed a heat race win at her first ever USAC race in February of 2021 at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala Florida. Taylor will continue racing midgets with Dave Mac Motorsports and plans to run a full POWRi schedule this year, along with making a few USAC races as well. Taylor is excited to be back behind the wheel and is looking forward to what the future holds.