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Vincent Nobile weds Taylor Iacono in Puerto Rico

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

NHRA Division 1 racer Taylor Iacono recently got married this past weekend. She is the new Taylor Nobile.

The happy couple were married on Friday, November 19th at the Marriott resort in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 35 people, mostly racers, were in attendance as the two exchanged their vows and celebrated at the reception.

Vincent Nobile kisses his bride Taylor Nobile after their wedding (Photo by Taylor Nobile/Facebook)

There will be no honeymoon. Nobile (Iacono) said that the couple combined their wedding and honeymoon into a destination wedding.

Division 1 racer Shawn Fricke served as the master of ceremonies. Fricke is married to Jackie Fricke, who is Taylor’s aunt.

The couple plans to complete solely in Division 1 next season when Nobile is not helping her aunt with the Finke Equipment Top Alcohol Dragster that finished second in the country this season. At this time, Nobile has no plans to be a rental driver for Elite Motorsports, as he did several times during this past 2021 season.

In Atlanta, Nobile drove the Pro Stock car to the final round. Greg Anderson, who won his fifth championship earlier this month, defeated Nobile in the final round.

Anderson went 6.568 at 209.04 mph to get the win. Nobile went 6.598 at 208.78 in the losing effort.

Nobile (Iacono) is expected to continue to drive her black truck in 2022. Nobile is expected to compete in Super Comp in a new dragster that he purchased.

Vincent Nobile kisses his bride Taylor on the beach (Photo by Taylor Nobile/Facebook)

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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