JT Taylor named as Overall Race Director for MidAmerica Outdoors

JT Taylor named as Overall Race Director for MidAmerica Outdoors

MidAmerica Outdoors (MAO) is excited to announce that JT Taylor will be taking the role of Overall Race Director. JT will be overseeing all things race related at MAO, including the MAO Racing SXS Championship Series, Barbie Jeep Races, and MAO Pit Bike racing along with all other standalone racing events within the park.  Working with JT to oversee and help deliver the highest level of safety and quality competition at race events will be Brian Adkison along with Brian Bennett and Liam O’Donnell of USAC. Drew Schultz will be closely involved with the Pit Bike series.

JT brings a wealth of experience from offroad and endurance racing.  A lifelong offroader and racer, he has competed in races all over the world, including Baja, China, Pikes Peak and is one of the OG racers at the very first King of the Hammers.  In 2015 JT became the race director for King of the Hammers and the Ultra4 National series.  JT joined MAO in 2021 as the Ultra4 USA Race Director and will be moving to this new position leading all racing at MidAmerica Outdoors.

“You want a strong, fair, and experienced leader as a race director. JT has proven time and time again the ability to be tough yet fair. His primary focus is the racer and the racing experience. Safety, exciting competition, and a level playing field are all hallmarks of JT’s time in race leadership. Along with the team of experts around him, I am excited and confident for the 2024 season.” - Jason Robinett, Owner and CEO of MidAmerica Outdoors.

“Lets go racing. Having been on both sides of the flag, I get it. Our racers, our fans, and our team come first and it’s going to be an exciting year on the track. I’m tough, but I’m fair, which is what I believe people ultimately want in a race director. I’m excited to step into this expanded role for the 2024 season.” - JT Taylor

MidAmerica Outdoors is the premier outdoor park located in Northeast Oklahoma. Racing, relaxing, swimming, camping, or trail riding, MAO is host to multiple events throughout the year. Amenities such as swimming pools, a lazy river, multiple stages, bars, food trucks, clean restrooms, and a restaurant are some of the unique features that complement the onsite lodging options. 2024 will include 75 cabins, expanded dry camping, and 250 RV sites with 2 bath houses located on the property, complete with showers and a laundry room. We are excited to continue upgrades and expansion to the SxS track, Pit Bike track, and enthusiast trails. Learn more about the schedule or reserve camping at the park by visiting www.midamericaoutdoors.com