DAYTONA BEACH — Wayne Taylor Racing has become a Rolex 24 juggernaut over the past five years, winning the prized 24-hour race in 2017, 2019 and 2020.
But this weekend’s three-day test session won’t be a walk in the park for the 64-year-old Taylor, or the four drivers of his No. 10 Konica Minolta Acura.
“It’ll be chaos,” he said. “We’re actually really lucky you guys changed the Roar from the beginning of January to the weekend before the 24-hour race, because we would have never have been ready. The guys have literally been working 24/7 … they’re really, really tired.”
It was an offseason of change for the Taylor race team, not only with the driver lineup, but with the car. The team will no longer wheel the Cadillac DPi this season — the same car they parked in Victory Lane for all…