Catching Up With … Justin Taylor of AJ Foyt Racing

Justin Taylor joined AJ Foyt Racing in the offseason to become the race engineer for Sebastien Bourdais in the No. Taylor, 40, started his career as a mechanic in 1999 while pursuing an engineering degree at Colorado State University. He has worked as a data engineer, a performance engineer and finally became a race engineer in 2014. Justin Taylor: My dad got the whole family into SCCA racing when I was 10 years old. Q: What is the most significant achievement in your career so far? Q: What is the most challenging part of engineering an NTT INDYCAR SERIES car?. Taylor: He’s always trying to make it less of a job and just enjoy what we are doing. Taylor: His understanding of the tires is fantastic, and he can explain his feelings in language that we as engineers can understand.

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