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Ferguson Wires Southern Nationals Field at Senoia!

(July 27, 2022) Carson Ferguson and the #93 Paylor Motorsports team soldiered on with the Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series in recent days and picked up their first series triumph on Thursday, July 21 at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia! Carson clicked off the fastest lap in Group A during the qualifying session to earn the pole position for the 40-lap feature event. The Lincolnton, North Carolina ace then grabbed the point on the first lap and held the lead throughout the caution-free affair. At the checkers, Carson was celebrating a $4,053 triumph over a top five that included runner-up Tyler Millwood, Will Roland, Sam Seawright, and Wil Herrington!

In other Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series action recently, Carson finished seventh on both Tuesday, July 19 in a wild $4,053 to win throwdown at I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater, Tennessee and on Saturday, July 23 in the annual 'Rebel Yell' at Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Georgia, which shelled out a $10,053 payday. On Tuesday, July 26, Carson's run with the tour ended at Toccoa Raceway in Toccoa, Georgia in the track's 67th Anniversary spectacular. He qualified well and won his heat race, but mechanical trouble early in the $10,067 to win headliner dropped Carson to a disappointing eighteenth place showing. Complete results from each of these races can be found online by clicking on www.southernnationalsseries.com. (Rick Neff Photo)

McCreadie Wins at Huset's; Runner-Up in SDN!

(July 25, 2022) Watertown, New York star Tim McCreadie claimed his sixth feature win of the 2022 campaign on Tuesday night, July 19 at Huset's Speedway in Brandon, South Dakota! Tim ran second in his heat race and later started from the outside of the third row in the 40-lap Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series main event. The current national series point leader then blasted to the front, led the final eleven circuits, and picked up the $10,000 payday over a top five that included runner-up Mike Marlar, Tyler Erb, Brandon Sheppard, and Hudson O'Neal!

The action then quickly shifted to I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Nebraska for the annual running of the 'Silver Dollar Nationals.' In Thursday's $12,000 to win 'Dirt Track Bank Go 50,' Tim placed third in his heat race before advancing up to seventh in the 50-lap feature event. At I-80 on Friday in the two rounds of qualifying heat races, Tim won his first heat race of the evening, while he passed eight competitors to land in the third spot in his second heat race. Following a rain-out of the $53,000 to win 'Silver Dollar Nationals' on Saturday, Tim started the 80-lap headliner from the outside of the front row on Sunday. "T-Mac" then dominated much of the crown jewel extravaganza by leading the first 73 laps before settling for a strong runner-up performance behind only race winner Jonathan Davenport! Full results from the hectic week can be accessed online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photos)

Carson Ferguson Starts Off on Southern Nationals

(July 18, 2022) The #93 Paylor Motorsports team kicked off the Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series from July 15-17 in a trio of $10,053 to win throwdowns in the states of West Virginia, Virginia, and Tennessee. On Friday night at Beckley Motor Speedway in Mount Hope, West Virginia, Carson Ferguson laid down the quickest lap in Group B during qualifying, won his heat, race and led laps 13-17 of the headliner until a flat right rear tire helped relegate him to an eleventh place showing in the 53-lap opener.

In a similar show on Saturday evening at the sprawling Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Virginia, Carson once again won his heat race in preliminary action, but mechanical woes early in the 53-lapper dropped him to twenty-second in the final rundown. At Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee on Sunday, Carson grabbed the sixth transfer spot through his heat race in to the 53-lap main event before blasted past eleven competitors to salvage a hard-fought seventh place performance. Complete results from each of these three Southern Nationals shows can be located online by clicking on www.southernnationalsseries.com. (MRM Racing Photos)

Pair of Runner-Ups for T-Mac in Busy Week

(July 17, 2022) The Paylor Motorsports team and driver Tim McCreadie were extremely busy this week with five events across the states of Iowa, Missouri, and Illinois from July 11-16. At Stuart Speedway in Stuart, Iowa to start the week, the XR Super Series presided over a pair of $20,000 to win throwdowns. On Monday night in the opener, Tim won his heat race prior to advancing up to second in the 50-lapper behind only victor Jonathan Davenport. At Stuart on Tuesday evening in a similar show, Tim placed sixth in his heat race and fourth in his B-Main, which narrowly kept him out of the 50-lap main event that was ultimately won by Chris Madden.

The #39 team then rejoined the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series in a trio of races at I-70 Motorsports Park in Odessa, Missouri, Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois, and Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri. On Thursday at I-70, Tim ran second in his heat race and third in the $10,000 to win feature behind only winner Hudson O'Neal and runner-up Jimmy Owens. At Granite City on Friday in a $12,000 to win program, "T-Mac" won his heat race before running a strong runner-up in the 50-lap headliner behind only victor Hudson O'Neal. In the 'CMH Diamond Nationals' on Saturday at Wheatland, which shelled out a $15,000 payday, the Watertown, New York superstar placed third in his stacked heat race prior to advancing up to sixth in the caution-free main event. Complete results from each of these races can be found online at www.racexr.com and www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photos)

Tim McCreadie New Lucas Oil Point Leader!

(July 10, 2022) Tim McCreadie and his #39 team were in action with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series from July 6-9 at Davenport Speedway in Davenport, Iowa and Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minnesota. On the 1/4-mile Davenport oval on Wednesday, a $10,000 top prize was up for grabs in the single day showdown. Tim ran second in his heat race prior to advancing a couple of spots during the 40-lap feature en route to a solid sixth place showing.

At Deer Creek, a trio of races - that were also co-sanctioned by the Lucas Oil MLRA Series - made up the annual running of the 'Gopher 50.' In Thursday's $5,000 to win preliminary event, Tim placed second in his heat race and later moved up to fourth in the 25-lap main event to trail only victor Chris Madden, Brandon Sheppard, and Jonathan Davenport. On Friday night in a similar prelim, the Watertown, New York star won his heat race and later knocked down a third place podium effort in the 25-lap sprint behind only $5,000 winner Jonathan Davenport and runner-up Brandon Overton.

When Saturday evening rolled around at Deer Creek Speedway, all eyes were focused on the hefty $50,000 windfall in the annual 'Gopher 50.' Tim started the 75-lap headliner from the outside of the front row and led all but one circuit in the first 16 laps of the contest. At the checkers, "T-Mac" was a close third and on the podium once again behind only winner Brandon Overton and runner-up Chris Madden. With the stellar finishes this week, Tim has vaulted to the top of the heated Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series point standings to earn the coveted orange spoiler! Complete results from each day of racing action can be found online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photo)

Ferguson Battles for Lead at Beckley; Runs Fourth

(July 5, 2022) Carson Ferguson, of Lincolnton, North Carolina, competed in one lone event over the busy Independence Day holiday weekend, as the #93 team ventured to Beckley Motor Speedway in Mount Hope, West Virginia on Monday, July 4. The annual running of the 'Beckley USA 100' was sanctioned by the XR Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series and boasted a whopping $20,000 winner's check. Carson laid down a strong lap during the qualifying session before securing a victory in heat race action. After starting the 100-lap headliner from the inside of the second row, Carson battled with Jacob Hawkins on a couple of different occasions for the top spot before sliding back to fourth at the checkers. He trailed only victor Hawkins, Max Blair, and Zack Dohm in the final finishing order of the 'Beckley USA 100.' Complete results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.sasdirt.com.

McCreadie Runner-Up at PRP; Fourth in Freedom 60

(July 4, 2022) The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series took the #39 Paylor Motorsports team to the states of Kentucky and Ohio leading up to the 4th of July holiday, as four straight days of racing action took place at a trio of different ovals from June 30-July 3. Things kicked off on Thursday night in the rain-postponed 'Ralph Latham Memorial' at Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky, which shelled out a $15,000 top prize. Tim McCreadie ran third in his heat race prior to climbing to ninth in the final finishing order of the 60-lap headliner. In the $12,000 to win 'Independence 50' on Friday evening at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio, Tim won his heat race and later placed an impressive runner-up in the rain-shortened main event behind only victor Ricky Thornton, Jr.!

Next up was a visit to Muskingum County Speedway in Zanesville, Ohio, as the 'Freedom 60' program got underway on Saturday with a trio of split-field, $3,000 to win features. Tim stopped the clock seventh quickest overall during the qualifying session and led the first lap of his 20-lap sprint before slipping to fourth at the checkers behind only race winner Ricky Thornton, Jr, Hudson O'Neal, and Earl Pearson, Jr. At MCS on Sunday, the largest first place prize in track history - a $30,000 windfall - was on the line in the 'Freedom 60' grand finale. The Watertown, New York superstar rolled off from the outside of the fifth row in the 60-lap affair and was able to blast past six competitors on his way to a strong fourth place effort behind only victor Brandon Sheppard, Hudson O'Neal, and Tyler Erb. Complete results from the action-packed holiday weekend can be found online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

T-Mac Pockets $50,000 for Winning Firecracker 100!

(June 26, 2022) Tim McCreadie, of Watertown, New York, captured his second career 'Firecracker 100' title in dominant fashion on Saturday night, June 25 at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania! Tim won his heat race in Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series preliminary action and later started the crown jewel headliner from the outside of the front row. Tim then led each and every circuit in the 100-lapper to claim the whopping $50,000 winner's check ahead of a top five that included runner-up Brandon Overton, Mike Marlar, Brandon Sheppard, and Earl Pearson, Jr.!

Earlier in the 'Firecracker 100' weekend, a pair of $6,000 to win preliminary events were held at the storied Keystone State oval. In Thursday's weekend opener, Tim placed fifth in his heat race and second in his B-Main prior to storming past fifteen competitors during the 30-lap feature en route to a solid eighth place showing. At Lernerville on Friday evening, "T-Mac" ran second in heat race action and later blasted by seven racecars in the 30-lap main event to finish a close runner-up behind only $6,000 victor Mike Marlar. Tim still sits a close second in the latest version of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series point standings exiting the 'Firecracker 100' weekend. Complete results can be found online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Rick Schwallie Photo)

Ferguson Runner-Up in Travelers Rest Trip!

(June 25, 2022) Lincolnton, North Carolina ace Carson Ferguson was scheduled to take the weekend off with his Paylor Motorsports Super Late Model ride, but he did take the opportunity to drive for car owner Stanley McCarter on Friday night, June 24 at Travelers Rest Speedway in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. The GM Performance 602 Series sanctioned a $1,200 to win contest last night in the Palmetto State. Carson qualified third quickest overall during the time trial session and battled for the lead on a couple of different occasions on the one-groove racing surface in the feature. At the checkers, Carson settled for a strong runner-up performance behind only victor David Smith! Complete results from last night can be found on the series Facebook page.

Ferguson & McCreadie Both Strong at Smoky Mtn.

(June 19, 2022) A visit to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee was in store for the Paylor Motorsports team on June 17-18, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the annual running of the 'Mountain Moonshine Classic.' In his $5,000 to win prelim on Friday evening, Tim McCreadie ran second in his heat race prior to slipping back to seventh in his 30-lap feature event. On Saturday in the weekend finale, which boasted a hefty $50,000 top prize, Tim grabbed the third transfer spot through his heat race and later moved up four spots in the 60-lap headliner en route to a solid sixth place performance. "T-Mac" still sits second in the latest LOLMDS point standings exiting Smoky Mountain Speedway.

Teammate Carson Ferguson also turned heads once again throughout the weekend in the Volunteer State. Carson clicked off the ninth quickest time in Group B during Friday's qualifying session before running third in both his heat race and in the $5,000 to win main event, as he trailed only victor Jimmy Owens and runner-up Jonathan Davenport. In Saturday's program, Carson secured an impressive heat race triumph to advance into the $50,000 to win A-Main, but later slipped back to eighth at the completion of sixty green flag circuits. Complete results from the entire 'Mountain Moonshine Classic' weekend can be found online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com. (MRM Racing Photo)

T-Mac Nearly Wins Eldora Million; Finishes Fourth

(June 12, 2022) The most lucrative stretch of Super Late Model racing during the year took place from June 8-11 at the famed Eldora Speedway and Tim McCreadie was in the pit area at the Rossburg, Ohio facility to compete in both the 'Eldora Million' and the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' Following a total washout on Wednesday night, the entire 'Eldora Million' extravaganza was held on Thursday at the 1/2-mile oval. During the course of the daytime preliminary event, which shelled out a $12,000 paycheck, Tim placed third in his heat race and later moved up four spots in the 25-lap feature to finish a solid seventh.

In the nightcap that boasted a whopping $1,002,022 top prize, Tim ran second in his loaded heat race and later blitzed to the front of the stellar field in the 101-lap headliner from his ninth starting position. "T-Mac" grabbed the point from Jonathan Davenport on laps 84 and 86, but unfortunately suffered a late flat tire that cost him a shot of becoming an instant millionaire. Instead, Tim pitted for fresh rubber and salvaged a strong fourth place effort behind only victor Jonathan Davenport, Chris Madden, and Devin Moran!

When the weekend rolled around at the "Big E," all focus in the pit area and in our sport quickly turned to the annual running of the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' In the $12,000 to win preliminary show on Friday evening, Tim grabbed the fourth transfer spot through his heat race and later rolled off from the inside of the eighth row in the 25-lap sprint that was pushed back to Saturday afternoon due to inclement weather. The Watertown, New York superstar ultimately moved up to eighth in the final finishing order and set his sights on the $128,000 to win 'Dirt Late Model Dream' later that same day. Tim finished second in heat race action, but the 100-lap main event was unfortunately postponed by rain after only 14 circuits to Wednesday, September 7. Complete results from each day at Eldora Speedway can be found by logging onto www.eldoraspeedway.com. (Todd Healy Photo)

Ferguson Turns Heads on Sport's Biggest Stage

(June 12, 2022) The lucrative 'Eldora Million' and 'Dirt Late Model Dream' were next on the racing calendar for Carson Ferguson, as the #93 team trekked to the famed Eldora Speedway for the first time from June 8-11. Following a washout at the Rossburg, Ohio facility on Wednesday night, the entire 'Eldora Million' program was contested on Thursday. During the daytime $12,000 to win preliminary event, Carson grabbed the fifth transfer spot through his heat race prior to finishing twentieth in the final rundown of the 25-lap feature. In the nightcap that shelled out a gargantuan $1,002,022 top prize, Carson was unfortunately not able to crack the 'Eldora Million' starting grid after finishing sixth in his heat race and twenty-first in his B-Main.

When the weekend rolled around in the Buckeye State, the attention turned to the annual running of the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' In the $12,000 to win preliminary show on Friday evening, Carson timed in second quickest in his group during qualifying and placed second in his heat race. After starting from the outside of the fourth row in the 25-lap sprint, which was pushed back to Saturday afternoon due to inclement weather, the Lincolnton, North Carolina ace vaulted up inside of the top five before slipping back to tenth at the conclusion of the contest. Later that night in the $128,000 to win 'Dirt Late Model Dream,' Carson won his loaded heat race and was in the fourth position after 14 circuits of the 100-lapper when more rain showers ultimately postponed the remainder of the distance to Wednesday, September 7. Complete results from each day at the "Big E" can be found by logging onto www.eldoraspeedway.com. (Todd Healy Photo)

McCreadie Lands Pair of Top Tens at WVMS

(June 5, 2022) The Paylor Motorsports team kicked off a busy month of June at the sprawling West Virginia Motor Speedway, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the 'Historic 100' at the Mineral Wells, West Virginia speedplant. On Friday night, June 3 in the $15,000 to win opener, Tim McCreadie ran third in his heat race to earn the eleventh starting spot in the 30-lap main event. Tim then moved past two competitors during the course of the contest to land in the ninth finishing position.

At WVMS on Saturday evening, June 4 in the weekend finale, which boasted a whopping $50,000 top prize, Tim grabbed the fourth and final transfer spot through his heat race and later rolled off from the inside of the seventh row in the 50-lapper. The Watertown, New York star then blasted past six racecars during the A-Main to leave the Mountaineer State with a solid seventh place effort. Tim currently finds himself second in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings following the doubleheader. Complete results from the 'Historic 100' weekend can be accessed by logging onto www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

Carson Ferguson Clinches Spring Nationals Title!!!

(May 30, 2022) Carson Ferguson, of Lincolnton, North Carolina, captured the 2022 Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series Championship over the Memorial Day holiday weekend with a pair of strong runs in the final two miniseries events in Georgia and Tennessee! On Saturday, May 28 at Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia, Carson stopped the clock fifth quickest in Group B during the qualifying session to earn the tenth starting spot for the $5,053 to win main event. He then drove his #93 Paylor Motorsports entry past seven competitors during the 40-lapper en route to an impressive third place podium performance behind only winner Mack McCarter and runner-up Payton Freeman!

A similar $5,053 to win program was then held on Sunday, May 29 in the season finale at Duck River Raceway Park in Wheel, Tennessee. Carson laid down the third fastest lap in Group B during time trials and later rolled off from the outside of the third row in the 40-lap headliner. He then battled hard for a top five finish in the final Spring Nationals race of the season before settling for a solid sixth place effort. Following the contest, Carson was celebrated on the frontstretch and handed the Championship trophy and $10,053 spoils! Complete results from each of these Memorial Day shootouts can be found online at www.southernnationalsseries.com. (Simple Moments Photography)

Tim McCreadie Blitzes to Show-Me 100 Podium Effort!

(May 29, 2022) The #39 Paylor Motorsports team invaded the pristine Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri from May 26-28 for the 30th edition of the 'Show-Me 100,' which was sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Following a rain-out on Thursday night, a $6,000 top prize was up for grabs in a prelim on Friday evening. Tim McCreadie timed in fifteenth fastest in Group A during qualifying before running third in his loaded heat race. After starting the 40-lap feature from the inside of the ninth row, Tim wound up finishing right where he started... in the seventeenth position.

By virtue of racking up the seventeenth most points during preliminary action, the Watertown, New York superstar locked himself into Saturday's 100-lap headliner, which shelled out a whopping $50,000 payday. Tim then put on a show during the crown jewel extravaganza and blasted past fourteen competitors during the 'Show-Me 100' en route to a stellar third place podium effort behind only winner Chris Ferguson and runner-up Ricky Thornton, Jr. "T-Mac" now finds himself second in the latest version of the heated LOLMDS point standings exiting the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Full results can be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

McCreadie Victorious at 34 Raceway for $15,000 Prize!

(May 23, 2022) Tim McCreadie, of Watertown, New York, landed in victory lane for the fourth time in 2022 in dominant fashion on Sunday, May 22 in a rain-postponed Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdown at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa! Tim laid down the eighth fastest lap overall during the qualifying session before securing a heat race triumph. "T-Mac" then started the 50-lap headliner from the outside of the front row and grabbed the point on the first circuit. Tim never looked back in the caution-free affair to bag the $15,000 top prize by over nine seconds over a top five that was rounded out by runner-up Brandon Sheppard, Earl Pearson, Jr., Garrett Alberson, and Hudson O'Neal!

On Friday evening at 300 Raceway in Farley, Iowa, a $12,000 winner's check was on the line for the cars and stars racing with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Tim timed in ninth quickest in qualifying before finishing third in his heat race and eleventh in the 50-lap main event. The busy week in the Hawkeye State kicked off on Wednesday with a visit to Marshalltown Speedway in Marshalltown, Iowa, as the Castrol FloRacing Night in America Series presided over a $22,022 to win battle. Tim placed second in his loaded heat race prior to claiming a strong sixth place effort in the 50-lapper behind only victor Hudson O'Neal, Brandon Sheppard, Mike Marlar, Ryan Gustin, and Tyler Erb. Complete results from all three races can be found online at www.floseries.com and www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

Carson Ferguson Ninth in Rain-Shortened Trip to VMS

(May 22, 2022) Carson Ferguson and his #93 Paylor Motorsports team invaded the state-of-the-art Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia on Saturday, May 21 for the annual running of the 'King of the Commonwealth.' The Ultimate Super Late Model Series sanctioned the action last night at VMS and a whopping $20,000 paycheck was up for grabs.

Carson stopped the clock fifth quickest in Group A during the qualifying session before finishing third in his loaded heat race. After starting the scheduled 60-lap headliner from the inside of the fifth row, Carson was running in the ninth position when rain and inclement weather rolled into the area. The race was deemed official at lap 23 and the Lincolnton, North Carolina ace was granted the top ten performance in the 'King of the Commonwealth.' Complete results from Virginia Motor Speedway can be found by logging onto www.ultimatesupers.com. (Ritchie Photography)

Hectic Colossal 100 Weekend for Paylor Motorsports

(May 15, 2022) The Paylor Motorsports team was out in full force at The Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, North Carolina from May 11-14, as both Tim McCreadie and Carson Ferguson were in action during the 'Colossal 100,' which was sanctioned by the XR Super Series. Tim ran third in his heat race in Wednesday's $25,000 to win opener before placing sixth in the final rundown of the 30-lap feature. In a similar $25,000 to win program on Thursday night, Tim won his heat race prior to running an impressive fourth in the 30-lapper behind only victor Kyle Larson, Brandon Overton, and Chris Madden. Following a rain-out on Friday evening, a whopping $50,000 paycheck was up for grabs on Saturday in the 'Colossal 100' grand finale. Tim placed third in heat race action, but was unfortunately an early retiree in the 50-lap headliner and was ultimately paid for an eighteenth place performance.

Carson was also in the pit area at the Charlotte-area speedplant to compete in those same three XR shows. On Wednesday, Carson grabbed the fourth and final transfer spot through his heat race prior to winding up eighteenth in the final finishing order of the 30-lap main event. At the 4/10-mile oval on Thursday, Carson picked up an impressive heat race triumph, but a broken carburetor stud early in the 30-lap A-Main forced him to retire prematurely in the twenty-fourth position. Following the rain-out, Carson finished third in his heat race on Saturday before advancing past a handful of competitors during the 50-lapper to land in the twelfth spot. Complete results from the entire 'Colossal 100' can be accessed online at www.racexr.com. (Ritchie Photography)

Ferguson Fifth; McCreadie Ninth in EAMS Visit

(May 8, 2022) Both Tim McCreadie and Carson Ferguson represented Paylor Motorsports on Saturday, May 7 at the historic East Alabama Motor Speedway in Phenix City, Alabama! The Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series presided over the annual 'Jimmy Thomas Memorial' and a $10,053 winner's check will be on the line. Tim earned Fast Time honors overall during the qualifying session prior to winning his heat race. After starting the 53-lap feature from the pole position and leading the first nineteen circuits, "T-Mac" was running in the third spot late in the distance when a flat tire helped relegate him to a ninth place effort.

Carson, who currently leads the Spring Nationals Series point standings, put forth a very solid performance in the 'Jimmy Thomas Memorial.' He laid down the eleventh quickest lap during the time trial session before running second in his loaded heat race. The Lincolnton, North Carolina ace then nabbed a strong fifth place showing in the 53-lap headliner, as he trailed only $10,053 victor Brandon Overton, Ashton Winger, Michael Page, and Garrett Smith at the checkered flag. Complete results from last night at EAMS can be accessed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com. (JCLH Photography)

T-Mac Scores $3,000 Flag-to-Flag Florence Victory!

(May 1, 2022) The Paylor Motorsports team and driver Tim McCreadie celebrated in victory lane for the third time in 2022 on Saturday evening, April 30 at Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky! After the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series contests in the Land of Lincoln were wiped out due to inclement weather, the #39 team paid a visit to Florence to tune-up for the upcoming 'Ralph Latham Memorial.' The glorified test session went extremely well, as Tim won his heat race in preliminary action before leading all thirty circuits in the unsanctioned main event. At the checkers, the Watertown, New York superstar had claimed the $3,000 paycheck over a top five that included runner-up Scott James, Josh Rice, James Rice, and Robby Hensley!

Earlier in the week, Tim competed in a pair of $22,022 to win Castrol FloRacing Night in America Series showdowns at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio and Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, Indiana. He ran second in his heat race on Tuesday night on a rugged racing surface at Eldora prior to retiring early from the 30-lapper in the eighteenth finishing position. At Brownstown on Wednesday evening, "T-Mac" finished fifth in his stacked heat race before winning his B-Main and advancing up to fifteenth by the conclusion of the 50-lap headliner. Full results from each of these three races can be found online by clicking on www.floseries.com and www.florencespeedway.com.

Carson Ferguson Claims First Super Late Model Win!

(April 24, 2022) Carson Ferguson, of Lincolnton, North Carolina, recorded the first Super Late Model triumph of his young career on Friday night, April 22 at Crossville Speedway in Crossville, Tennessee! Carson clicked off the third quickest lap overall during the Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series qualifying session to earn the inside of the second row for the start of the 40-lap feature event. He then grabbed the lead with a slidejob on lap 31 and led the remainder of the contest to pocket the $4,053 payday ahead of runner-up Josh Putnam, Payton Freeman, Garrett Smith, and Kyle Beard!

In other action during the Spring Nationals tripleheader, Carson climbed three spots during the $4,053 to win main event on Thursday evening at Tri-County Race Track in Brasstown, North Carolina en route to a solid third place podium effort behind only race winner Garrett Smith and runner-up Payton Freeman. In the weekend finale on Saturday at Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville, Tennessee, Carson won his heat race in preliminary action and led 27 of the first 28 laps in the $10,053 to win A-Main before earning another third place podium performance behind only victor Jadon Frame and runner-up Brian Shirley. He now finds himself atop the Spring Nationals Series point standings after seven series races! Complete results can be found online by clicking on www.southernnationalsseries.com.

McCreadie Pockets $25,000 for All-Tech Triumph!

(April 24, 2022) "T-Mac" Tim McCreadie notched his second win of the young 2022 racing season and his biggest payday to date on Friday night, April 22 in the 'Florida Dirt Nationals' opener at All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville, Florida! Tim knocked down the ninth fastest lap in Group B during the XR Super Series qualifying session before running third in heat race action. Tim then stormed from his tenth starting spot in the headliner and swept past leader Brandon Overton with an outside pass for the lead on lap 28. He then led the rest of the way in the 40-lapper to pocket the $25,000 paycheck over a top five that included runner-up Kyle Strickler, Kyle Bronson, Brandon Overton, and Jonathan Davenport!

At All-Tech on Saturday evening in the 'Florida Dirt Nationals' grand finale, a $50,000 top prize was up for grabs in the XR Super Series extravaganza. Tim stopped the clock second quickest in Group B during qualifying prior to placing second in his stacked heat race. The Watertown, New York superstar then ran into troubles during the course of the 50-lap headliner, but pitted and rallied from the back to salvage a solid eighth place showing. Complete results from both weekend shows in the Sunshine State can be found online at www.racexr.com.

 

 

 

 
 
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