McCreadie Scratches from Sunshine Nationals
21, 2022) The #39 team has opted to scratch
from the 'Sunshine Nationals' at Volusia Speedway Park due to rough
track conditions and Tim McCreadie will not be in action at the
Daytona Beach-area oval the next few days. They will now kick off
their Super Late Model season in the annual 'Super Bowl of Racing'
at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia from January 27-29.
2022) With Tim McCreadie not feeling well
and the Paylor Motorsports team worried about rough track conditions
during last night's open practice session, the decision was made
to skip the World of Outlaws Late Model Series season opener tonight
at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida. As it stands now,
Tim does plan to enter Friday night's $10,000 to win 'Sunshine Nationals'
event at the Daytona Beach-area speedplant.
Announces Armslist.com as Partner
19, 2022) Paylor Motorsports and Team owners
Donald and Gena Bradsher are excited to announce a new partner for
Paylor Motorsports and driver Timmy McCreadie in 2022. Armslist.com
has agreed to be an associate sponsor of the 2021 Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series Champion driver and race team in 2022.
Founded in 2007, Armslist.com
is America's premier firearms classifieds marketplace. Their mission
is to further the Second Amendment by providing a simple and safe
way for the Second Amendment community to buy, sell, and trade not
only locally, but also with their network of over 1300 dealers nationwide.
Company will benefit from an extensive TV package associated with
the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series that the Paylor Motorsports
Team will compete with in 2022. As the reigning series national
champion Timmy McCreadie will showcase his talents in 65 feature
events in 34 different venues across 18 different states in 2022.
The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will broadcast 19 events LIVE
on the MAVTV Motorsports TV Network in 2022 with a total of 42 events
airing on the MAVTV Network between live and taped delayed. All
65 events will be streamed LIVE on the internet at www.mavtvplus.com.
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Starts 2022 Season in Chili Bowl
16, 2022) After an impressive 2021 campaign,
which saw Tim McCreadie capture nine feature wins and the Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship, the Watertown,
New York star kicked off his 2022 season this week in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The 36th Annual 'Chili Bowl Nationals' started on Monday at Tulsa
Expo Raceway and Tim competed in the Vacuworx Invitational Race
of Champions. Behind the wheel of his #9T Midget, the popular driver
known as "T-Mac" qualified only eighteenth quickest, but
was able to make his way past six competitors during the 25-lap
race en route to a twelfth place performance.
At Tulsa Expo Raceway on Tuesday evening, Tim and 72 other entrants
did battle during Warren CAT Qualifying Night at the temporary indoor
oval. After moving up to fourth in his heat race, Tim advanced past
a pair of cars during Qualifier #2. He then grabbed the fourth and
final transfer spot through his B-Feature before gaining thirteen
positions during the 30-lap A-Feature to salvage a steady tenth
place effort. During Championship Night on Saturday, January 15,
Tim's evening was unfortunately a short one, as he was collected
in an incident battling towards the front of his C-Feature and was
done for the night with front suspension damage. Full results from
throughout the 'Chili Bowl Nationals' week can be accessed online
(Mike Knappenberger Photo)
Lands on Podium of Las Vegas Opener!
14, 2021) The Paylor Motorsports team wrapped
up their version of the 2021 racing season on November 12-13 in
the 'Duel in the Desert' at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas,
Nevada. The XR-promoted weekend out west kicked off on Friday night
with a $25,000 to win opener. Tim McCreadie stopped the clock second
fastest in Group B during qualifying before securing a heat race
triumph. After rolling off from the outside of the second row in
the 40-lap main event, "T-Mac" moved up a spot in the
running order to land on the podium in third behind only victor
Jonathan Davenport and runner-up Brandon Overton!
The season finale on Saturday evening at LVMS was a lucrative one
for the #39 team, as a $50,000 paycheck was up for grabs in the
final night of the 'Duel in the Desert.' Tim laid down the second
quickest time in Group A during the qualifying session prior to
picking up yet another heat race victory. The Watertown, New York
superstar then started the 77-lap headliner from the inside of the
second row and ran as high as second early in the contest. Unfortunately,
Tim drew a lap 63 caution flag and was forced to settle for a disappointing
seventeenth place showing in his final event of 2021. Complete results
from both XR-promoted races can be found online by clicking on www.racexr.com.
(Terry Page Photo)
Tim McCreadie Climbs
to Top Five in World Finals Finale!
7, 2021) Tim McCreadie and Paylor Motorsports
invaded the Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, North Carolina on
November 5-6 for the annual running of the 'NGK NTK World Finals.'
On Friday night in the $12,000 to win opener, Tim earned Fast Time
honors overall during the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late
Model Series qualifying session before securing a victory in his
heat race. "T-Mac" then started third on the grid in the
50-lapper and was in the seventh position when he slowed on lap
18 to bring out a caution flag. He eventually retired in twenty-third
in the final rundown.
At Charlotte on Saturday evening, another $12,000 top prize was
up for grabs with the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model
Series. Tim clicked off the sixth quickest time in Group A during
qualifying prior to finishing third in his stacked heat race. The
Watertown, New York superstar then vaulted past seven competitors
during the 40-lap feature to land in the fourth finishing position
behind only victor Jonathan Davenport, Garrett Smith, and Brandon
In other action over the weekend at the 4/10-mile speedplant, Tim
entered the Atlas Paving #66 Big Block Modified for the Petruska
family in both $10,000 to win programs. He unfortunately failed
to advance into Friday night's main event, but transferred into
Saturday's finale after finishing third in his heat race. Unfortunately,
Tim ran into issues early in the contest and retired from the race
in the thirty-fifth spot. Complete results from the entire weekend
can be found online at www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.
(Zach Yost Racing Photography)
McCreadie Busy During
Eastern States Weekend at OCFS
25, 2021) Fresh off capturing the 2021 Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship, Tim McCreadie
returned to racing action during the 60th Annual 'Eastern States'
weekend at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, New York from
October 22-24. Behind the wheel of a Small Block Modified, Tim laid
down the tenth fastest lap overall during the qualifying session
before securing a heat race triumph. In Saturday's $20,000 to win
'Eastern States 100,' Tim rolled off starting tenth in the 100-lapper,
but ran into issues and only completed 58 circuits en route to a
thirty-first place performance.
In Big Block Modified action at OCFS, Tim drove the Petruska family-owned,
Atlas Paving #66 machine to the fifth quickest lap during qualifying
and later finished sixth in the pole dash. The Watertown, New York
star, who also ran third in the $5,000 to win Will Cagle Champions
Invitational, then started Sunday's 200-lap headliner from the sixth
spot. With a whopping $40,000 top prize on the line, Tim methodically
advanced to as high as third in the running order late in the contest
until a restart with only twenty laps remaining dropped him to eighth
in the final finishing order. Full results from the 'Eastern States'
weekend can be found online at www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net.
T-Mac Fifth in $100k
DTWC; Celebrated as LOLMDS Champion!
17, 2021) With all of the pressure off from
clinching his first-ever Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National
Championship last weekend in Georgia, Tim McCreadie and the Paylor
Motorsports team celebrated their achievement in the series finale
on October 15-16 at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio!
After Friday's preliminary action was washed out by heavy rain showers,
the 41st edition of the 'Dirt Track World Championship' was held
in its entirety on Saturday at PRP. Tim stopped the clock fourth
fastest in Group A during qualifying prior to grabbing the third
and final transfer spot through his heat race. After starting the
$100,000 to win headliner from the inside of the seventh row, Tim
was able to pick off eight competitors during the 100-lap distance
en route to a strong fifth place performance behind only victor
Ricky Thornton, Jr., Brandon Overton, Jonathan Davenport, and Mike
The Paylor Motorsports team and Tim McCreadie would like to thank
all of our great sponsors, product supporters, and fans for a tremendous
2021 season with the ultra-competitive Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series! Tim would also like to thank his family, which mean the
world to him, car owners Donald and Gena Bradsher, as well as each
of the valued crew members that work hard each day on his #39 machines
at the shop and at the racetrack! (Heath
First LOLMDS Championship in Georgia!
11, 2021) Following a tenth place showing
on Tuesday in a Big Block Modified at Brewerton (NY) Speedway, Tim
McCreadie was back behind the wheel of his familiar #39 Paylor Motorsports
entry in a pair of Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series battles at Dixie
Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia and Rome Speedway in Rome, Georgia
on October 9-10. On Saturday night in the annual running of the
'Dixie Shootout,' which shelled out a $15,000 top prize, Tim clicked
off the fastest lap in Group B during qualifying prior to winning
his heat race. After rolling off from the outside of the front row
in the 50-lap headliner, Tim hung around the front of the stellar
field and raced hard for a strong fourth place performance behind
only victor Jonathan Davenport, Brandon Overton, and Chris Madden!
In the 'Rome Showdown' on Sunday evening, Tim qualified well and
later secured a heat race triumph at the track dubbed as the "World's
Fastest 1/2-Mile Clay Oval." After starting the 40-lapper from
the inside of the second row, the Watertown, New York superstar
claimed an impressive third place podium performance behind only
$10,000 winner Jonathan Davenport and runner-up Brandon Overton.
With the consistent weekend, Tim has officially wrapped up the 2021
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship and will
be crowned in a celebration at next weekend's DTWC at Portsmouth
(OH) Raceway Park! Complete results from the Peach State doubleheader
can be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com.
Tim McCreadie Gets
Ninth Win of 2021 at Raceway 7!
3, 2021) Tim McCreadie and Paylor Motorsports
celebrated in victory lane for the ninth time in 2021 on Friday
night, October 1 in the 'Great Lakes 50' at Raceway 7 in Conneaut,
Ohio! Tim earned Fast Time honors in Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
qualifying before picking up a victory in his heat race. After starting
the 50-lap feature from the pole position, "T-Mac" led
the first three circuits and lap 39 before taking the point for
good on the 42nd circuit when fellow front row starter Shane Clanton
suffered a flat tire. Tim then led the remainder of the distance
to pocket the $12,000 payday ahead of a top five that included runner-up
Josh Richards, Earl Pearson, Jr., Kyle Bronson, and Jimmy Owens!
On Saturday evening, October 2, a $20,000 top prize was up for
grabs in the annual running of the 'Pittsburgher 100' at Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania Motor Speedway in Imperial, Pennsylvania. Tim once
again laid down the quickest overall lap during the qualifying session
and won his heat race to earn the coveted pole position. The Watertown,
New York ace, who still finds himself on top of the heated LOLMDS
point standings, stayed towards the front of the field during the
100-lapper and eventually nabbed a solid third place podium performance
behind only victor Hudson O'Neal and runner-up Earl Pearson, Jr.
Full results from the doubleheader weekend can be found online by
clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.