McCreadie Runner-Up in 27th Annual DLM Dream!
13, 2021) A very lucrative week at Eldora
Speedway took place from June 9-12, as a pair of 'Dirt Late Model
Dreams' were held at the storied Rossburg, Ohio oval. On Wednesday
evening in his Twin 25 preliminary program, Tim McCreadie placed
second in his heat race and ninth in his $10,000 to win feature.
At the "Big E" on Thursday, Tim ran second in his heat
race prior to rallying past nine competitors during the 100-lap
'Dirt Late Model Dream' to finish a stellar runner-up behind only
$127,000 victor Brandon Overton!
The 26th Annual 'Dirt Late Model Dream' then took
center stage at the 1/2-mile, high-banked speedplant over the weekend.
In Friday's $10,000 to win Twin 25, Tim finished fifth in his heat
race before moving up to twelfth in the 25-lap sprint. The busy
week then culminated with another crown jewel extravaganza on Saturday
night, which boasted a hefty $126,000 top prize. "T-Mac"
earned the second transfer spot through his heat race and later
wound up eighth in the final rundown of the 100-lapper. Full results
from all four days of racing action at Eldora Speedway can be located
online at www.eldoraspeedway.com.
(Todd Healy Photo)
McCreadie Wires Field
in Cowboy Classic at Wheatland!
30, 2021) The fourth win for Tim McCreadie
and Paylor Motorsports came on Friday, May 28 in the annual 'Cowboy
Classic' at the pristine Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri!
Tim qualified well in Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series time trials
and later secured a victory in heat race action. After starting
third on the grid in the 45-lap headliner, Tim quickly grabbed the
point on the first circuit and led the entire contest to land the
$6,000 payday ahead of a top five that consisted of runner-up Hudson
O'Neal, Bobby Pierce, Brandon Sheppard, and Josh Richards!
In the nightcap on Friday in a similar $6,000 to win program, which
was actually held in the wee hours of the morning, Tim placed second
in his heat race before finishing seventh in the feature event.
By virtue of racking up the second most points during preliminary
action, the Watertown, New York superstar earned the rights to the
outside of the front row for Saturday's annual 'Show-Me 100,' which
once again boasted a hefty $30,000 paycheck. Sporting a patriotic
paint scheme in honor of Memorial Day and partner Racing for Heroes,
Tim was able to lead laps 41-67 of the crown jewel extravaganza
before eventually crossing underneath the checkers in the fourth
spot behind only victor Hudson O'Neal, Brandon Sheppard, and Josh
Richards! Complete results from all three holiday weekend races
can be located online at www.lucasdirt.com.
Tim McCreadie Battles
Back at Rugged Farley
23, 2021) The #39 team was scheduled to be
in Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series action on May 21-22 at 300 Raceway
in Farley, Iowa and 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa. On Friday
night in the $12,000 to win 'Truck Country 50' at Farley, Tim McCreadie
earned Fast Time honors during the qualifying session and later
picked up a heat race triumph. After starting the 50-lap headliner
on the rugged racing surface from the pole position, Tim unfortunately
suffered problems on the fourth circuit and pitted for the attention
of the Paylor Motorsports crew. He was able to stay on the lead
lap and pitted several other times during the course of the attrition-filled
contest before winding up paid for a fourth place performance behind
only winner Mike Marlar, Tyler Erb, and Kyle Bronson!
The $15,000 to win program scheduled for 34 Raceway on Saturday
evening was unfortunately rained-out and rescheduled for July 15.
Tim still finds himself atop the latest LOLMDS point standings heading
into the 'Show-Me 100' over the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Complete
results from Friday's stop to 300 Raceway can be accessed online
McCreadie Wins Heat;
Finishes Fourth at VMS!
16, 2021) With the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series events canceled over the weekend, the Paylor Motorsports
team took the opportunity to venture to Virginia Motor Speedway
in Jamaica, Virginia on Saturday, May 15 for the annual running
of the 'King of the Commonwealth.' The Ultimate Super Late Model
Series presided over the single-day program at VMS and 36 competitors
showed up to vie for the $20,000 winner's check. Tim McCreadie stopped
the clock second fastest in Group A during qualifying prior to picking
up a win in heat race action. After starting the 60-lap headliner
from the inside of the second row, Tim eventually landed in the
fourth finishing position behind only victor Brandon Overton, Jimmy
Owens, and Josh Richards! Complete results from last night at Virginia
Motor Speedway can be viewed online at www.ultimatesupers.com.
Tim McCreadie Storms
to Mississippi Thunder Top Five
9, 2021) The May 7-8 weekend took the #39
team to Mississippi Thunder Speedway in Fountain City, Wisconsin
for the 'Dairyland Showdown,' which was sanctioned by the World
of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series. On Friday night in
the $12,500 to win weekend lid lifter, Tim McCreadie was forced
to scratch from the program due to a personal illness. He felt a
little better on Saturday evening and was able to compete in the
weekend finale, which boasted a $22,500 top prize. Tim unfortunately
had his qualifying lap disallowed after he didn't report to the
scales, but was able to blast up to fourth to garner the final transfer
spot through his heat race. After rolling off from the inside of
the seventh row in the 60-lap headliner, "T-Mac" drove
past eight competitors to claim a strong fifth place performance
behind only victor Chris Madden, Ryan Gustin, Brandon Sheppard,
and Kyle Strickler! Complete results from MTS can be accessed online
by clicking on www.woolms.com.
at Ponderosa; Fifth at Florence!
2, 2021) Next up for the Paylor Motorsports
team was a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series doubleheader on April
30-May 1 in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. On Friday night in the
$12,000 to win 'John Bradshaw Memorial' at Ponderosa Speedway in
Junction City, Kentucky, Tim McCreadie set a New Track Record during
the qualifying session prior to securing a heat race triumph. After
staring the 50-lapper from the pole position, Tim led 48 circuits
of the headliner, but was passed coming out of turn four on the
final lap for the win. The Watertown, New York superstar was forced
to settle for a close runner-up performance behind only victor Jonathan
At Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky on Saturday
evening, a $15,000 top prize was up for grabs in the 35th edition
of the 'Ralph Latham Memorial.' Tim grabbed the fourth and final
transfer spot through his heat race and later started the 60-lap
feature from the inside of the eighth row. "T-Mac" then
blitzed through the talented field to notch a strong fifth place
effort at the checkers behind only winner Josh Rice, Hudson O'Neal,
Jonathan Davenport, and Tyler Erb. Tim was able to retain the coveted
orange spoiler for being the LOLMDS point leader exiting last night's
race at Florence. Complete results from the double-dip can be accessed
online at www.lucasdirt.com.
Tim McCreadie Wires
Richmond Field for $10,000 Payday!
24, 2021) Watertown, New York superstar Tim
McCreadie racked up his third win of the 2021 campaign on Friday
night, April 23 at Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Kentucky! Tim stopped
the clock fourth fastest in Group A during the World of Outlaws
Morton Buildings Late Model Series qualifying session before securing
a victory in his loaded heat race. After drawing the outside of
the front row for the start of the 40-lap headliner, "T-Mac"
led the entire feature distance to bag the $10,000 winner's check
ahead of a top five that included Chris Madden, Scott James, Ricky
Weiss, and Tyler Bruening!
At Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Thursday evening, April 22,
the Castrol FloRacing Late Model Night in America Series rolled
into the Buckeye State to preside over the $22,000 to win 'Fireball
50.' Tim posted the third quickest lap overall during time trials
and later picked up another heat race triumph. After rolling off
from the inside of the second row in the 50-lap main event, Tim
unfortunately suffered a flat Hoosier tire and was unfortunately
relegated to a disappointing seventeenth place performance. Full
results from both Atomic and Richmond can be located online at www.floracing.com
(Flag to Flag Photography)
McCreadie Makes Last
Lap Pass for $15,000 Hagerstown Win!
19, 2021) Tim McCreadie and the Paylor Motorsports
team picked up their second victory of 2021 in thrilling fashion
on Saturday evening, April 17 at Hagerstown Speedway in Hagerstown,
Maryland! Tim won his heat race in preliminary action and later
started fourth on the grid in the 50-lap Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series headliner. "T-Mac" then ran in the second spot
through most of the race before working his way past leader Ricky
Thornton, Jr. on the final lap. Tim got to the checkered flag first
to claim the $15,000 payday over Thornton, Jr., Jonathan Davenport,
Gregg Satterlee, and Tyler Erb!
At Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania on Sunday night,
April 18, a $10,000 top prize was up for grabs in another Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series shootout. Tim grabbed the fourth and
final transfer spot through his heat race before starting thirteenth
on the feature grid in the 40-lapper. The Watertown, New York superstar
was able to climb up inside of the top ten and eventually settled
for a solid ninth place showing. Tim emerged from the weekend on
top of the heated LOLMDS point standings! Full results can be accessed
online at www.lucasdirt.com.
T-Mac Fourth in Cherokee
Prelim; Finale Washed Out
28, 2021) Paylor Motorsports made their way
to Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina on March 26-27 for
the richest event in the history of the renowned speedplant. The
World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series presided over
the 'Rock Gault Memorial,' which started on Friday with a pair of
split-field, $5,000 to win preliminary events. Tim McCreadie qualified
fifteenth fastest in Group A during time trials prior to running
sixth in his stacked heat race. After starting his 25-lap feature
from the inside of the sixth row, "T-Mac" blasted past
seven competitors on his way to a strong fourth place performance
behind only race winner Jimmy Owens, Jonathan Davenport, and Trent
The lucrative two-day program was then scheduled to
conclude on Saturday evening with the 'Rock Gault Memorial' finale,
which was set to pay out a whopping $40,000 top prize. Unfortunately,
inclement weather during the afternoon forced track and series officials
to postpone the race. No makeup date was immediately announced.
Complete results from Cherokee Speedway can be viewed by pointing
your Internet browser to www.woolms.com.
Tim McCreadie Streaks
to Atomic Runner-Up!
22, 2021) The
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season heated back up on March
20-21 with a doubleheader weekend at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown,
Indiana and Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio. Following the postponement
of Saturday's $15,000 to win 'Indiana Icebreaker' at Brownstown
due to rough track conditions, Paylor Motorsports was in the pit
area on Sunday at Atomic for the annual running of the 'Buckeye
Spring 50,' which boasted a $12,000 payday. Tim McCreadie timed
in eighth quickest in Group B during the qualifying session prior
to running second in his stacked heat race. "T-Mac" then
blitzed past six competitors during the 50-lapper en route to a
sterling runner-up effort behind only victor Hudson O'Neal! Complete
results from Atomic Speedway can be located online at www.lucasdirt.com.
McCreadie Lands Top
Five in Tennessee Tipoff!
8, 2021) The
#39 team ventured to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee
and Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina on March 6-7 for
a pair of high-profile events. On Saturday at Smoky Mountain, the
World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series presided over
the annual running of the 'Tennessee Tipoff,' which boasted a $12,000
payday. Tim McCreadie posted the third quickest time in Group B
during the qualifying session before securing a heat race triumph.
After rolling off from the outside of the third row in the 50-lap
headliner, "T-Mac" drove up to fifth to finish behind
only victor Chris Madden, Mike Marlar, Jonathan Davenport, and Hudson
The doubleheader weekend then wrapped up on Sunday afternoon with
'March Madness' at Cherokee Speedway. The Southern All Stars Dirt
Racing Series (SAS) lid lifter paid out $10,000 to the winner of
the daytime special event. Tim placed third in his loaded heat race
and later wound up twelfth in the final finishing order of the 60-lapper,
which produced little to no passing. Full results from both weekend
races can be found online at www.woolms.com