The list of drivers who will compete for Venturini Motorsports in the ARCA Menards Series this season continues to grow, as the series approaches the halfway point of its season, the latest of which was announced on Tuesday.
Taylor Reimer, a prominent competitor in dirt midget racing, will join the championship-winning organization for her ARCA Menards Series debut on August 20, piloting one of the team’s entries in the Dutch Boy 100 at Illinois State Fairgrounds.
Reimer is the 11th driver confirmed to compete for Venturini Motorsports across the three divisions of the ARCA Menards Series in 2023, joining Jesse Love, Toni Breidinger, Conner Jones, Dean Thompson, Amber Balcean, Sean Hingorani, Gus Dean, Billy Venturini, Gio Ruggerio, and Isabella Robusto – who has yet to make a start for VMS.
“I’m very excited to make my ARCA [Menards Series] debut with Venturini Motorsports,” said Reimer. “Thank you Toyota Racing, Buzzballz Cocktails, VMS, and everyone who supports and believes me.”
A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Reimer began her career early, racing in go-karts at the age of six, and currently holds the title of ‘Winningest Female’ in the history of Port City Speedway in her hometown of Tulsa.
“I grew up racing on dirt so the stock car aspect will definitely be a learning curve. I have tested a late model a couple of times and have gotten more and more comfortable in the car each time. I’m up for the challenge of trying new things, and I’m looking forward to furthering my career in racing,” she added.
Reimer took a break from racing to work on her academic goals. She earned a degree in Health and Exercise Science and a minor in Business from the University of Oklahoma. She returned to the track back in 2021 to race Midgets and race USAC. Reimer went on to be the first woman to win a national midget feature race at Millbridge Speedway in 2022.
The ARCA Menards Series Dutch Boy 100 at Illinois State Fairgrounds will take place on Sunday, August 20 at 2:00 PM ET on FS1 and FloRacing.