Miller Electric Welds Relationship with Taylor Racing

Belvidere, IL (September 1, 2009) - Scott Taylor and Miller Electric are proud to announce their enhanced partnership for the 40th Anniversary of Off-Road Racing Event in Crandon, Wisconsin, as well as for the remainder of the 2009 Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL. The seven time off- road champion and the welding and cutting equipment manufacturer have had a long standing relationship as Miller Electric equipment has been a mainstay at Taylor Racing's fabrication shop for over thirty-five years.

Miller Electric - The Power of Blue, has been well recognized on the quarter panels of Scott Taylor's Ford F-150 for several years, now the Miller name, logo, and colors will be prominently displayed on the body panels of the Roush-Yates powered PRO-2WD truck.

"When I built my first shop back in the 70's my Miller Electric welder was the workhorse in the shop," commented Scott Taylor. "We have used only Miller Electric welders ever since. The support they show the motorsports community is second to none. They listen to the needs of the customer, to ensure their product line exceeds expectations. Look at through the pit area of a TORC event or any other motorsports event, Miller Electric is number one!"

Scott Taylor would also like to thank Skyjacker Suspension for their longtime support of Taylor Racing and short-course off-road racing. Skyjacker's past support has played an important role in the success of the seven-time champion and will continue as an associate partner. Again thanks to the McCurry's and the entire Skyjacker family for their unrivaled support.

Scott Taylor and his PRO-2WD #8 Miller Electric BFGoodrich Tires Ford F-150 will be competing this coming weekend in Round 11 -12 of the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL. You can watch the entire weekend of competition live on the internet, just follow the link on www.torcseries.com

All of Sunday's PRO truck racing will also be broadcast Sunday afternoon Aon BC Sports beginning at 3:00pm central time.

-credit: tr