Special Thanks and Message to Our Sponsors!
28, 2020) With
the entire country practicing social distancing and the near unprecedented
halt in racing action due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic,
Tim McCreadie and car owners Donald and Gena Bradsher, along with
everyone associated with Paylor Motorsports, would like to take
this time to thank our valued sponsors from a distance of greater
than six feet. We hope that you and your families remain safe and
healthy during this time of uncertainty. With your help and support,
we were able to amass a trio of high-profile victories during "Speedweeks"
and emerged from the Georgia/Florida swing second in the heated
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series point standings. Whenever it is
that our lives return to a sense of normalcy, we can't wait to shake
your hand again at the racetrack and give you proper thanks instead
of this digital version!
The #39 team gives a heartfelt thanks to Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas,
Longhorn Chassis, Bilstein Shocks, Mega Electrical Services, Sweeteners
Plus, D&E Marine, Cornett Racing Engines, Baker Mitchell Wholesale
Plumbing Supplies, Bobby Taylor Oil Company, WP Racing Shocks, Maxima
Racing Oils, VP Racing Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tires South, Winters
Performance, Wilwood Engineering, Wiles Racing Driveshafts, Weld
Wheels, Walker Performance Filtration, Kirkey Racing Fabrication,
Howe Racing Enterprises, Fluidyne High Performance, FK Rod Ends,
Allstar Performance, Swift Springs, Sweet MFG., Strange Oval, Speedwerx,
Simpson Race Products, Mark 4 Honda - Wytheville, VA, Winning Edge
Carburetion, Delph Communications, and B&B Motorsports for all
of their unwavering support. More information on the team can be
viewed online at www.TimMcCreadie39.com. (Zach
Yost Racing Photography)
Nightly Results from
the DIRTcar Nationals at VSP...
15, 2020) The
#39 team wrapped up the 2020 edition of the 'DIRTcar Nationals'
tonight at Volusia Speedway Park, as another $10,000 windfall was
on the line with the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model
Series at the Barberville, Florida oval. Tim McCreadie laid down
the tenth fastest lap in Group A during the time trial session before
claiming the fourth and final transfer spot through his stacked
heat race. T-Mac then moved past six competitors during the course
of the 50-lap grand finale to leave VSP with a solid ninth place
effort. (Rick Neff Photo)
2020) With steady
afternoon rain showers saturating the 1/2-mile speedplant at Volusia
Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida, Tim McCreadie opted to load
up his #39 machine and he did not compete in tonight's $10,000 to
win World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series shootout.
Tim will; however, be back in action at VSP tomorrow evening in
the 'DIRTcar Nationals' grand finale, which also boasts a $10,000
2020) The #39
team was back in competition tonight at Volusia Speedway Park in
Barberville, Florida, as another $10,000 winner's check was on the
line with the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series.
Tim McCreadie stopped the clock sixth fastest in Group A during
the qualifying session before running second in his stacked heat
race. The Watertown, New York star then rolled off from the inside
of the sixth row in the 40-lap headliner, but ran into problems
during the contest and was unfortunately relegated to a twenty-third
2020) The World
of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series sanctioned their first
event of "Speedweeks" tonight at Volusia Speedway Park.
A strong 51 car field piled into the pit area at the Barberville,
Florida facility for round three of the 49th Annual 'DIRTcar Nationals,'
which boasted a $10,000 windfall. Tim McCreadie - fresh off his
big win last night - timed in sixth quickest in Group B during qualifying
prior to claiming yet another heat race victory. After drawing the
fifth starting spot before the drop of the green flag in the 40-lapper,
Tim fought hard for another op five showing at VSP before winding
up seventh a the unfurling of the checkered flag.
11, 2020) Tim
McCreadie, of Watertown, New York, picked up his third checkered
flag of the young 2020 campaign earlier tonight in the second leg
of the annual 'DIRTcar Nationals' at Volusia Speedway Park! Tim
toured the Barberville, Florida oval second fastest in his group
during qualifying before scoring a victory in heat race action.
T-Mac then redrew the pole position and kept the very talented field
behind him to lead all thirty circuits in the headliner. At the
checkers, Tim was awarded the $7,000 top prize for besting Brandon
Sheppard, Kyle Bronson, Dennis Erb, Jr., and Jonathan Davenport!
(Jim DenHamer Photo)
2020) The Super
Late Model portion of the 'DIRTcar Nationals' kicked off earlier
tonight at Volusia Speedway Park, as DIRTcar Racing presided over
the first of six events this week at the historic Barberville, Florida
speedplant. A 44 car field converged on the Daytona Beach-area facility
to vie for the $7,000 paycheck. Tim McCreadie laid down the fourth
fastest lap in his group during the qualifying session before securing
a heat race triumph. After starting the 30-lap sprint from the pole
position, Tim ran amongst the leaders throughout the distance and
eventually finished fourth in the final rundown behind only victor
Brandon Sheppard, Brian Shirley, and Dennis Erb, Jr.
T-Mac Sets Fast Time
Again; Seventh at All-Tech
9, 2020) The
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series portion of "Speedweeks"
concluded tonight with the first-ever series visit to All-Tech Raceway
in Ellisville, Florida. Tim McCreadie paced the stellar field during
qualifying to earn Fast Time honors and later secured yet another
heat race triumph. The Watertown, New York ace then started the
$10,000 to win headliner from the pole position and ran amongst
the leaders throughout the 50-lap affair. At the checkers; however,
Tim had slid back to seventh in the final finishing order and now
finds himself second in the early version of the LOLMDS point battle!
Nightly Results from
the Winternationals at East Bay...
8, 2020) Tonight
marked the sixth and final race of the 2020 edition of the 'Winternationals'
at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. The 1/3-mile oval
hosted another $12,000 to win throwdown and a huge crowd was in
attendance for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned program.
Tim McCreadie stopped the clock fourth fastest in Group A during
the time trial session and ran second in heat race action. In the
50-lap grand finale at the Tampa-area facility, T-Mac rolled off
from the inside of the fourth row and eventually finished right
where he started... in the seventh position. (Heath
2020) The penultimate
event of the 44th Annual 'Winternationals' drew a stout 57 car field
to East Bay Raceway Park and the ante was upped for all involved,
as a $12,000 winner's check was on the line with the Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series at the Gibsonton, Florida facility. Tim McCreadie
timed in third quickest in Group B during the qualifying session
and later drove to another heat race triumph. Tim then started the
50-lap main event from the outside of the third row and was officially
placed seventh in the final finishing order at the "Clay by
2020) A windy
day greeted the #39 team today at East Bay Raceway Park and the
fourth Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series show of the week at the
Gibsonton, Florida oval paid $7,000 to win. Red hot Tim McCreadie
once again set Fast Time during the qualifying session prior to
recording yet another heat race victory. T-Mac then started the
40-lap feature event from the outside of the front row and led laps
2 and 6-8 before encountering a fuel pickup issue. The Watertown,
New York star was unfortunately forced to retire with the problem
and was paid for a twenty-sixth place performance.
5, 2020) Tim
McCreadie, of Watertown, New York, bagged his second Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series feature win of the young 2020 campaign tonight
in round three of the 44th edition of the 'Winternationals' at East
Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida! Tim locked down Fast Time
honors overall during the qualifying session before picking up another
heat race triumph. After starting the 40-lap headliner from the
pole position, "T-Mac" grabbed the point for a single
circuit on lap four prior to inheriting the lead for good on lap
36 after a hard wreck on the frontstretch involving leader Jonathan
Davenport. The misfortune of fellow Longhorn Chassis driver Davenport
allowed McCreadie to pace the stout field for the final five trips
around the 1/3-mile oval en route to capturing the $7,000 windfall
ahead of Brandon Overton, Brandon Sheppard, Tyler Erb, and Brian
heated back up at East Bay Raceway Park tonight, as a similar $5,000
to win program was held at the Gibsonton, Florida facility. Tim
McCreadie knocked down the eighth fastest time in Group B during
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying and later placed second
in his heat race behind only prelim winner Tyler Erb. The Watertown,
New York star then started the 30-lapper from the outside of the
fifth row and methodically worked his way past seven competitors
to bag a podium effort in finishing third behind only victor Brandon
Sheppard and runner-up Brandon Overton!
one of the 44th Annual 'Winternationals' for the Super Late Model
competitors drew a large Monday crowd to East Bay Raceway Park in
Gibsonton, Florida tonight for a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
showdown. A stout 62 car field piled into the pit area at the Tampa-area
facility to vie for the $5,000 payday in the first of six straight
nights of racing action. Tim McCreadie earned Fast Time honors during
the qualifying session at the "Clay by the Bay" and later
secured another heat race triumph. After starting the 30-lap feature
event from the pole position and leading the first ten circuits,
Tim slipped back a few spots towards the end of the distance to
finish seventh in the final rundown.
Super Bowl of Racing for $12,000 Win!
1, 2020) Tim
McCreadie, of Watertown, New York, and the Paylor Motorsports team
kicked off their Super Late Model season in grand fashion earlier
tonight by securing a $12,000 triumph in the 'Super Bowl of Racing'
finale at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia! Tim was
quick right out of the box, as he laid down the quickest time in
Group A during the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying session
before winning his loaded heat race. He then led each and every
circuit in the 50-lap headliner to reach victory lane ahead of Brandon
Overton, Brandon Sheppard, Mike Marlar, and Jonathan Davenport!!!
Yost Racing Photography)
(January 31, 2020)
Persistent rain showers at Golden Isles Speedway today has forced
the cancellation of the first round of the annual 'Super Bowl of
Racing' at the 4/10-mile oval, which is located near Brunswick,
Georgia. Tomorrow's action will go on as planned, as the $12,000
to win program set for Saturday now becomes the Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series season opener.
Tim McCreadie Starts
Season in 34th Annual Chili Bowl
19, 2020) Watertown,
New York star Tim McCreadie lifted the lid to his 2020 season this
week at the historic Tulsa Expo Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as he
piloted a #9 midget entry for car owner Jim Neuman in the 34th edition
of the 'Chili Bowl.' In his preliminary night on Wednesday, January
15, Tim moved up three positions in his heat race to finish third
prior to landing in the fifth spot in his Qualifier. After placing
second in his B-Main, Tim steered past eleven competitors in the
30-lap A-Feature to record an impressive eighth place effort.
With his solid performance on Wednesday, the popular driver known
as "T-Mac" was placed starting from the outside of the
seventh row in his B-Main during Championship Night on Saturday
evening, January 18. Tim, who won the coveted Golden Driller trophy
for winning the indoor event back in 2006, was able to advance three
positions in his B-Main to finish the race in the eleventh spot.
Unfortunately, only the top seven finishers were able to transfer
into the 55-lap 'Chili Bowl,' so Tim was forced to watch the grand
finale, which was won by Kyle Larson, from the grandstand. Full
results from the 34th Annual 'Chili Bowl' can be located by clicking
T-Mac Aims for Lucas
Championship in Bradsher-Backed Longhorn
7, 2019) Fresh
off a strong runner-up finish in the final 2019 version of the Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series point standings, Tim McCreadie announced
today that he will return to the ultra-popular national touring
series in 2020. However, Tim will aim for the National Championship
wheeling the Longhorn House Car with a new team owned by Donald
and Gena Bradsher of Burlington, North Carolina. The new partnership
is set to hit the track first in 2020 during "Speedweeks"
in Georgia and Florida with Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned
events at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia, East Bay
Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida, and All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville,
Florida from January 31-February 9. (Heath
"First off, I have to thank Ann and Carl Myers, Vic Coffey,
and Sweeteners Plus for everything they have done for my racing
career since 2002," said McCreadie, who will actually kick
off his 2020 campaign in the annual 'Chili Bowl Midget Nationals'
from January 13-18 in a Jim Neuman entry. "It was a very successful
partnership and we were able to win a lot of big races and championships
together. While I still have a great relationship with them, I'm
excited about this new chapter in my racing career driving for Donald
and Gena (Bradsher)." | full