Racing driver Jordan Taylor, son of Wayne Taylor, is a big deal in the world of sport scar racing right now. He, along with his older brother Ricky, won the 2017 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in the top-tier Prototype class driving the No. 10 Cadillac DPi-V.R, just a couple of years after winning the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours with Corvette Racing alongside co-drivers Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner.
None too bad for a 26-year-old.
But who is he, really? To find out, racing reporter Marshall Pruett hosted the talented young American driver on the Marshall Pruett Podcast, for the show’s latest round of “Who The Hell Are You?” From that interview, we learn that the younger Taylor brother is right-handed, speaks a single language fluently (English), and has a certain distaste for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. We also learn that U2 and The Beatles are toward the top of the list of his favorite musical acts, he doesn’t listen to much contemporary music, and the first woman he ever dated turned out to be married.
The latest edition of “Who The Hell Are You?” gives us a colorful, humanizing look at one of the biggest names in North American sports car racing today. You can listen to the interview yourself right here: