Sixth in Spring Nationals Visit to 411
12, 2023) Carson Ferguson and the #93 team
were back on the Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series trail on
Saturday, March 11, as they headed to 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour,
Tennessee. The inaugural running of 'The Tennessean' was held yesterday
afternoon and 45 competitors piled into the pit area to do battle
for the $15,000 first place prize money. Carson clicked off the
fourth quickest time in Group A during the qualifying session prior
to securing a heat race triumph. After starting third on the grid
in the 71-lap daytime affair, Carson ran amongst the top five at
times during the contest before slipping to sixth at the checkers
to trail only victor Cory Hedgecock, Ricky Weiss, Jensen Ford, Dale
McDowell, and Brandon Overton. The Lincolnton, North Carolina ace
now finds himself atop of the latest Spring Nationals point standings
by two markers over Ross Bailes. Complete results from 'The Tennessean'
can be found online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
for Ferguson Ends with Runner-Up!
6, 2023) The #93 Paylor Motorsports team
kicked off the Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series season on
March 3-4 in a pair of $10,053 to win events at Swainsboro Raceway
in Swainsboro, Georgia and Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia. On
Friday night in the series lid lifter at Swainsboro, Carson Ferguson
won his heat race before winding up fifth at the unfurling of the
checkered flag behind only victor Brandon Overton, Sam Seawright,
Mike Marlar, and Ethan Dotson. At Senoia on Saturday evening, Carson
once again picked up a heat race triumph before placing ninth in
the final finishing order of the feature, which was cut to only
35 circuits due to rugged track conditions.
The tripleheader weekend then wrapped up on Sunday
afternoon with the 21st edition of 'March Madness' at the renowned
Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina. Carson clicked off
the sixth fastest lap in Group A during Southern All Stars Dirt
Racing Series (SAS) qualifying before finishing third in heat race
action. After rolling off from the inside of the sixth row in the
50-lap headliner, Carson kept air in all four tires and advanced
up nine positions on his way to an impressive runner-up behind only
his cousin and $20,000 victor Chris Ferguson! Complete results from
the entire weekend can be found online at www.southernnationalsseries.com
Snags Big Gator Trophy at VSP!
18, 2023) Tim McCreadie, of Watertown, New
York, snagged the big Gator Trophy tonight at Volusia Speedway Park
by accumulating the most points throughout the week of racing action
at the Barberville, Florida oval! Tim qualified sixth fastest in
Group B during World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series
time trials tonight at the Daytona Beach-area speedplant before
winning his fifth heat race of the week. After drawing the pole
position and leading the first 41 circuits in the 50-lap grand finale,
Tim slipped back to fourth in the waning laps to trail only $20,000
victor Hudson O'Neal, Devin Moran, and Ricky Thornton, Jr.!
(Jim DenHamer Photo)
17, 2023) Tonight's $12,000 to win World
of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series program was rained-out
tonight during heat race action at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville,
Florida. Before the rain hit at VSP, Tim McCreadie had laid down
the second fastest time in Group A during qualifying and later picked
up a heat race triumph. The remainder of the show will not be rescheduled
and the 'DIRTcar Nationals' will conclude tomorrow evening with
a $20,000 to win grand finale.
16, 2023) The World of Outlaws Case Construction
Late Model Series roared into VSP tonight to sanction a $10,000
to win shootout. Tim McCreadie stopped the clock third quickest
in Group A during the qualifying session before securing yet another
win in his heat race. After drawing the sixth starting spot prior
to the drop of the green flag in the 30-lap feature, Tim was able
to pass a trio of competitors on his way to a strong third place
podium effort behind only race winner Bobby Pierce and runner-up
15, 2023) "T-Mac" Tim McCreadie
and the #39 Paylor Motorsports team went back-to-back tonight at
Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida, as they recorded
their second straight feature triumph at the sprawling Daytona Beach-area
speedplant! Tim started off his evening by posting the fastest lap
time in his group during the qualifying session and with no invert
- he started the 20-lap main event from the pole position. After
running in the second position through the early stages of the sprint,
the Watertown, New York superstar passed early leader Daulton Wilson
in lapped traffic and led the final eleven circuits. At the checkers,
Tim was celebrating a $5,000 windfall over a top five that included
runner-up Daulton Wilson, Devin Moran, Mason Zeigler, and Mike Norris!
(Josh James Artwork)
14, 2023) Tim McCreadie, of Watertown, New
York, claimed his first feature win of the young 2023 campaign tonight
in round two of the 'DIRTcar Nationals' at Volusia Speedway Park
in Barberville, Florida! Tim laid down the fastest lap in his group
during the DIRTcar Racing qualifying session and later won his stacked
heat race. "T-Mac" then started the 25-lapper from the
outside of the front row and retook the lead from Bobby Pierce for
good on the twelfth circuit. Tim then beat Pierce, Hudson O'Neal,
Brandon Sheppard, and Kyle Bronson to the checkered flag to bag
the $7,000 first place prize money! (Josh James
2023) The opening night of the 52nd Annual
'DIRTcar Nationals' took place tonight at Volusia Speedway Park
and the DIRTcar Super Late Models competed for a $7,000 winner's
check at the Barberville, Florida speedplant. Tim McCreadie clicked
off the quickest time in his group during the qualifying session
prior to recording a heat race triumph. After drawing the fourth
starting spot for the 25-lap feature, Tim officially led laps 6-13
of the contest before settling for a strong runner-up performance
behind only race winner Hudson O'Neal!
Week at East Bay Raceway Park
11, 2023) An unfavorable forecast for Saturday
night has forced East Bay Raceway Park and Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series officials to cancel the 47th Annual Wieland 'Winternationals'
– presented by Lucas Oil grand finale. The $15,000 to win
contest will not be rescheduled. (Heath Lawson
2023) The penultimate event of the 47th edition
of the 'Winternationals' attracted a standing-room-only crowd tonight
at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. A total of 62 Super
Late Model competitors piled into the pit area at the Tampa-area
facility to do battle for the $12,000 first place prize money. Tim
McCreadie knocked down the seventh fastest lap in Group B during
the qualifying session and later placed third in his stacked heat
race. Unfortunately, Tim suffered handling issues on his #39 machine
during the 50-lap main event and retired in the twenty-seventh finishing
2023) A $10,000 top prize was up for grabs
in the fourth round of 'Winternationals' competition tonight at
the track deemed as the "Clay by the Bay." To start things
off in Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series time trials at East Bay
Raceway Park, Tim McCreadie timed in fourth quickest in Group B.
After finishing second in heat race action, Tim started the 40-lapper
from the outside of the fourth row. He then picked off a trio of
competitors during the contest en route to a strong fifth place
performance behind only victor Hudson O'Neal, Max Blair, Dennis
Erb, Jr., and Garrett Smith!
2023) Night three of the 47th Annual 'Winternationals'
at East Bay Raceway Park took center stage tonight in the Tampa
area, as a $7,000 to win program was held for the ground-pounding
Super Late Models. Tim McCreadie laid down the fifteenth fastest
lap in Group A during the qualifying session prior to placing fifth
in his loaded heat race. After nabbing the second transfer spot
through his B-Main, Tim stormed past twelve competitors during the
course of the 40-lap main event to salvage a steady eleventh place
2023) After skipping last night's annual
'Winternationals' lid lifter at East Bay Raceway Park, Tim McCreadie
and Paylor Motorsports were back in competition tonight at the Gibsonton,
Florida oval. A stout field of 60 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
competitors signed into the "Clay by the Bay" to vie for
the $5,000 first place prize money. Tim stopped the clock seventh
quickest in Group B during the qualifying session before grabbing
the third and final transfer spot through his loaded heat race.
After rolling off from the outside of the seventh row in the 30-lap
feature event, "T-Mac" steered past six competitors during
the contest on his way to a solid eighth place showing.
2023) The 47th edition of the 'Winternationals'
started tonight at East Bay Raceway Park, as the storied Gibsonton,
Florida facility hosted the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series for
the first of six events. Tim McCreadie and the Paylor Motorsports
team opted to not enter the non-points program tonight at the "Clay
by the Bay," which drew 58 competitors to vie for the $5,000
Double-Dip Next on Speedweeks Slate
4, 2023) Following last night's rain-out
at All-Tech Raceway, the wheel-to-wheel "Speedweeks" action
continued tonight at the Ellisville, Florida speedplant. The Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series presided over the competition and 44
entrants signed into the pit area to do battle for the $15,000 top
prize. Tim McCreadie, of Watertown, New York, timed in tenth quickest
in Group B during the qualifying session before placing third in
his stacked heat race. After starting the main event from the outside
of the sixth row, Tim charged past ten competitors during the 50-lap
contest en route to a stellar runner-up effort behind only race
winner Ricky Thornton, Jr. (Heath Lawson Photography)
2023) Tonight's opening round of the two-day
'Winter Nationals' at All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville, Florida, which
was scheduled to shell out a $12,000 payday, has been rained-out
and will not be rescheduled. Saturday's $15,000 to win Lucas Oil
Late Model Dirt Series showdown at All-Tech Raceway is still on
as scheduled. Hot laps will begin at 5:30pm EST and all of the action
will be broadcast LIVE to subscribers of FloRacing.
Continues at Bubba Raceway Park
30, 2023) The two-race 'BRP Winter Nationals'
concluded tonight at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida, as another
$10,000 first place prize was on the line for the Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series competitors. Tim McCreadie laid down the eleventh
fastest lap in Group A during qualifying tonight before placing
fifth in his stacked heat race. Following a B-Main triumph, Tim
blasted past eleven competitors during the 40-lapper en route to
a solid sixth place performance behind only winner Jonathan Davenport,
Ashton Winger, Dennis Erb, Jr., Tyler Erb, and Devin Moran.
(Heath Lawson Photography)
2023) Following last night's show at Golden
Isles Speedway, action quickly shifted south to Bubba Raceway Park
tonight, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the
first of two 'BRP Winter Nationals' programs at the Ocala, Florida
facility. A star-studded 39 car field converged at the D-shaped
venue to vie for the $10,000 windfall. Tim McCreadie, of Watertown,
New York, stopped the clock fifth quickest in Group B during the
qualifying session prior to running third in heat race action. After
rolling off from the outside of the fifth row in the 40-lap feature
event, Tim was unfortunately caught up in a multi-car melee on a
lap 19 restart and was forced to retire from the race with damage
in the twenty-second finishing position.
Ferguson In Action at Golden Isles
28, 2023) The annual running of the 'Super
Bowl of Racing' wrapped up in a big way tonight at Golden Isles
Speedway, as a whopping $25,000 winner's check was on the line at
the Brunswick, Georgia-area speedplant. Tim McCreadie placed second
in his loaded heat race before moving up to finish sixth in the
60-lap headliner behind only victor Brandon Overton, Ricky Thornton,
Jr., Tanner English, Brandon Sheppard, and Hudson O'Neal. Paylor
Motorsports teammate Carson Ferguson finished fourth in his heat
race and later won his B-Main, but was unfortunately involved in
a grinding wreck on the opening lap of the feature. Carson was forced
to retire with heavy damage to his #93 mount and was paid for a
twenty-eighth place effort. (Josh James Artwork)
2023) Night two of the 'Super Bowl of Racing'
was held tonight at Golden Isles Speedway and the 51 Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series competitors on the grounds at the Brunswick, Georgia-area
facility were gunning for a $12,000 paycheck. Tim McCreadie grabbed
the third and final transfer spot through his heat race before climbing
to finish eleventh in the final rundown of the 50-lap main event.
Carson Ferguson placed second in his loaded heat race and wound
up finishing right where he started in the A-Main... in the twelfth
2023) The Burlington, North Carolina-based
Paylor Motorsports team invaded Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick,
Georgia tonight for the first round of the 'Super Bowl of Racing.'
The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series opener drew 50 competitors
vying for the $10,000 first place prize money. Tim McCreadie, of
Watertown, New York, started the defense of his national title by
finishing second in his heat race prior to blasting past eight competitors
during the 40-lap feature en route to an impressive runner-up performance
behind only victor Brandon Overton. Carson Ferguson, who was making
his 2023 season debut, placed third in his loaded heat race before
advancing to eleventh in the final finishing order of the 40-lapper.
Invades VSP for Sunshine Nationals
21, 2023) Unstable weather conditions at
Volusia Speedway Park has forced World of Outlaws Case Construction
Late Model Series and track officials to cancel tonight's annual
'Sunshine Nationals' finale. This decision comes after working closely
with Meteorologist Wayne Mahar from the Precision Weather Service
and monitoring the local weather over the past 48 hours. The $20,000
to win spectacular at the Barberville, Florida oval will not be
rescheduled. (Chris Anderson Photo)
2023) Round two of the annual 'Sunshine Nationals'
took center stage tonight at Volusia (FL) Speedway Park and another
$8,000 winner's check was up for grabs. Tim McCreadie laid down
the fourth fastest lap in Group A during the qualifying session
prior to running second in heat race action. After starting the
25-lap headliner from the inside of the fourth row, "T-Mac"
blasted past a handful of competitors during the contest to finish
a close runner-up behind only race winner Devin Moran!
2023) The Paylor Motorsports team lifted
the lid to their 2023 campaign earlier tonight in the 'Sunshine
Nationals' opener at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida.
A total of 47 competitors signed into the VSP pit area to compete
in the World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series showdown,
which boasted an $8,000 top prize. Tim McCreadie stopped the clock
second quickest in Group B during the qualifying session prior to
securing a heat race triumph. After leading the first nineteen circuits
of the 25-lapper from the pole position, Tim settled for a close
runner-up performance behind only victor Devin Moran!
Welcomes Brad Benton Trucking
16, 2023) The 2023 racing season is right
around the corner and Paylor Motorsports is thrilled to welcome
Brad Benton Trucking on board as a marketing partner! Since their
founding in 1996, Brad Benton Trucking, Inc. has been known for
running quality equipment and for taking excellent care of their
drivers. They offer a top notch pay and benefit package because
they know that when their drivers are happy, everything runs better.
Regional and long runs are available out of both Kernersville and
Charlotte, North Carolina. Learn more about Brad Benton Trucking
by pointing your Internet browser to www.bradbentontrucking.com.
“We are very excited to join Paylor Motorsports for the 2023
season and for the racing action to get underway,” commented
owner Brad Benton. “To be a part of a Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series Championship team as they gun for their third straight
series title is something very exciting for us. With both Paylor
Motorsports and Brad Benton Trucking based in North Carolina, it
is a perfect situation for all parties involved. We wish Tim (McCreadie)
and Paylor Motorsports nothing but the best as they kick off their
season this weekend in Florida!”
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Climbs to Eleventh in Chili Bowl
15, 2023) Former 'Chili Bowl' Champion Tim
McCreadie was back behind the wheel of a Midget from January 9-14
at Tulsa Expo Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A total of 365 competitors
signed in for competition during the hectic week at the indoor oval
with only 24 drivers transferring into the main event for the 37th
Annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.
Things kicked off for Tim on Monday night during the Race of Champions.
The Watertown, New York superstar timed in eighteenth fastest during
the qualifying session before passing five competitors during the
contest en route to a thirteenth place showing.
In his prelim night on Tuesday, Tim placed third in his heat race,
the qualifier, and the B-Main. After rolling off from the inside
of the eleventh row in the prelim feature, "T-Mac" blasted
past thirteen racecars on his way to a stellar eighth place performance.
During Championship Night on Saturday, Tim made a great last lap
move to earn the seventh and final transfer spot through his B-Main
to earn the outside of the twelfth row for the 55-lap 'Chili Bowl'
headliner. The 2006 Champion then helped put on a show during the
biggest Midget race of the year, as he climbed thirteen spots to
finish in the eleventh position. Complete results from the entire
week in Tulsa can be accessed online at www.chilibowl.com.
Risk Solutions Partners with Paylor Motorsports
15, 2023) With the start of their 2023 campaign
only days away, Paylor Motorsports and driver Tim McCreadie are
excited to welcome Integrous Risk Solutions on board as a valued
marketing partner! Integrous Risk Solutions is a rapidly growing,
mission-driven risk management and security firm. Not only is their
company disabled - veteran owned, but is primarily founded to support
military veterans and former law enforcement officers nationwide.
Integrous provides armed security for professional sporting events
and corporations, along with DHS and FEMA contracts all over the
United States. As a risk management and security firm, they currently
have over 120 employees and ALL of them are prior military or law
enforcement. They pride themselves in building long lasting partnerships
both personally and professionally. Integrous Risk Solutions is
thrilled to cheer on Tim McCreadie in his #39 Longhorn Chassis house
car on the 2023 Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series trail. |