Nightly Results from East Bay
26, 2021) Round
two of the 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park took place
earlier this evening and a standout 74 car field was in the pit
area for the $5,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event.
Tim McCreadie clicked off the third quickest time in Group B during
qualifying prior to running a strong second in his heat race. After
rolling off from the outside of the sixth row in the 30-lapper,
Tim was unfortunately swept up in an early pileup and was officially
placed twenty-eighth in the final finishing order.
2021) The Paylor
Motorsports team was back in racing action tonight in the first
round of the 45th Annual 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park
in Gibsonton, Florida. A whopping 76 competitors signed in to the
"Clay by the Bay" to do battle for the $5,000 winner's
check in the first of six straight nights of racing in the Tampa
area. Tim McCreadie laid down the fourth quickest lap in Group B
during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying before placing
second in his stacked heat race. He then started the 30-lap sprint
from the outside of the fourth row, but was involved in an incident
that left him with heavy right side and spoiler damage. "T-Mac"
wound up pulling pitside and retired in the twenty-fifth position.
Winter Nationals Nightly
Results from All-Tech
23, 2021) Following
last night's rain-out at All-Tech Raceway, the Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series season got underway earlier this evening at the Ellisville,
Florida facility. A star-studded 57 car field converged at the northern
Florida oval to do battle for a $15,000 paycheck in the series lid
lifter. Tim McCreadie posted the fourteenth quickest lap in Group
A during time trials prior to nabbing the third and final transfer
spot through his heat race behind only prelim winner Devin Moran
and runner-up Brandon Sheppard. Tim then rolled off from the inside
of the eighth row in the 50-lap main event, but slipped back a few
spots during the caution-free affair to eventually nab a twentieth
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season opener at All-Tech Raceway
in Ellisville, Florida has been washed out by afternoon rain showers.
The $12,000 to win program will not be rescheduled. Tim McCreadie
and Paylor Motorsports will now look to continue their 2021 campaign
tomorrow evening at All-Tech, as a $15,000 top prize will be up
for grabs in the 'Winter Nationals' weekend finale.
Starts LOLMDS Season; The Aesthetic Haus Joins Team!
22, 2021) As
the highly-anticipated Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season is
about to commence for the Paylor Motorsports team this upcoming
weekend (January 22-23) at All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville, Florida,
driver Tim McCreadie and the #39 team are excited to announce the
addition of a new associate sponsor. The Aesthetic Haus, located
in Kernersville, North Carolina, is a premier skincare boutique
specializing in Botox, dermal fillers, and medical grade skincare
products. Owner Kim Baggerly, who is married to fellow Dirt Late
Model racer Daniel Baggerly, is a board certified nurse practitioner
and founder of The Aesthetic Haus. (Heath
Aesthetic Haus is located at 408 West Mountain Street in Kernersville,
North Carolina 27284. Kim can be reached by phone in the boutique
at (336) 390-2020. Learn more and contact Kim online for booking
by visiting www.the-aesthetic-haus.com
or follow The Aesthetic Haus on Instagram (@the.aesthetic.haus)
and Facebook (The Aesthetic Haus).
"We are beyond excited to welcome Kim Baggerly to our team
and help promote her new business venture - The Aesthetic Haus!"
commented Paylor Motorsports owner Donald Bradsher today. "The
Baggerly family has long been a supporter of Dirt Late Model racing
and have backed Tim (McCreadie) and Paylor Motorsports in recent
years through B&B Motorsports. Their support is greatly appreciated
and I urge anyone who is in the Kernersville, North Carolina area
to check out The Aesthetic Haus!"
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Tim McCreadie Wraps
Up Chili Bowl Nationals
16, 2021) After
kicking off his Super Late Model season in Florida, Tim McCreadie
returned to Tulsa Expo Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma today for the
completion of the 35th Annual Lucas Oil 'Chili Bowl Nationals.'
By virtue of securing an eighth place effort in Monday's Qualifying
Night feature, Tim rolled off from the inside of the seventh row
in a B-Main earlier this evening. With only the top seven drivers
transferring into the 55-lap headliner, "T-Mac" had a
good run during his caution-free race, but could only muster a tenth
place finish. Unfortunately, Tim was not able to transfer into the
'Chili Bowl Nationals' that was ultimately won by Kyle Larson. Full
results from Tulsa can be accessed online at www.chilibowl.com.
Nightly Results from Volusia
15, 2021) Persistent
rain showers creating saturated grounds at Volusia Speedway Park
have forced World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series
and track officials to cancel tonight's event at the Barberville,
Florida speedplant. Round two of the 'Sunshine Nationals' will not
be rescheduled and Tim McCreadie will now head back to Tulsa, Oklahoma
to compete in tomorrow evening's annual 'Chili Bowl Nationals.'
2021) The 2021
season for the Paylor Motorsports team kicked off tonight at Volusia
Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida with the opening show of the
three-race 'Sunshine Nationals.' The World of Outlaws Morton Buildings
Late Model Series presided over the first race of "Speedweeks"
and a $10,000 payday was up for grabs. Tim McCreadie was fast right
of the box, as he laid down the quickest lap in Group B during the
qualifying session prior to securing a triumph in his heat race.
After drawing the fourth starting spot in the 40-lap main event,
Tim ran in the second spot early in the feature distance before
terminal mechanical trouble around the halfway mark caused him to
retire in the twenty-fifth position.
Welcomes New Point Lighting; Starts 2021 at VSP
13, 2021) Fresh
off an impressive eleven win season in 2020 and a second place finish
in the final Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series point standings in
their first season together, Paylor Motorsports and driver Tim McCreadie
are about ready to embark on the start of their 2021 campaign! The
#39 team will unload for the first time on January 14 and 15 at
Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida for the first two
nights of the 'Sunshine Nationals.' The World of Outlaws Morton
Buildings Late Model Series will preside over these races, which
will both carry a $10,000 paycheck.
The reason Tim will not be entering the $10,000 to win 'Sunshine
Nationals' finale at VSP on Saturday, January 16 is that he will
fly back to Tulsa, Oklahoma to compete in the 35th Annual Lucas
Oil 'Chili Bowl Nationals' at the Tulsa Expo Raceway. Tim, who was
the 2006 winner of the storied Midget race, battled back through
the C-Main and the B-Main during Monday's Cummins Qualifying Night
to secure an eighth place performance in the A-Feature - after starting
in the nineteenth position. "T-Mac" is scheduled to be
in a B-Main on Saturday upon his return to the 1/4-mile indoor oval
located inside of the River Spirit Expo Center.
The Watertown, New York superstar will then jet back to Florida
to start his all-out assault on the ultra-competitive Lucas Oil
Late Model Dirt Series. Gunning for his first career LOLMDS Championship,
Tim will compete in a total of ten series contests at All-Tech Raceway
in Ellisville, Florida, East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida,
and Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida from January 22-February
2. Tim and the #39 team will then wrap up a hectic "Speedweeks"
from February 8-13 in the annual 'DIRTcar Nationals' back at Volusia
Speedway Park near Daytona Beach, Florida.
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