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Topic - Ricky Taylor
The family of a man fatally shot by a Neillsville police officer has filed a claim asking the city and the officer for a $2 million settlement.
Brothers Jordan and Ricky Taylor went to the front early and held on to win the Chevrolet Sports Car Classic, the fifth race in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship.
A Neillsville police officer has been cleared in the fatal shooting of a 23-year-old man who confronted him with a knife in December.
Wayne Taylor had no intention of racing again when he climbed out of the cockpit following his last start in the Rolex 24 at Daytona four years ago.
Ricky Taylor and Max Angelelli won their second consecutive Grand-Am Rolex Series race at the Global Barter 250 Sunday at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
"The yellows are way too long," Ricky Taylor said. "It's frustrating to the drivers and has to be unwatchable to the fans."
Ricky Taylor said the first caution period at Sebring was so long, he nearly got sick in his car from carbon monoxide fumes because of the lack of fresh air circulating.