Bilstein Motorsports is pleased to announce the addition of its newest dirt track driver, Tim McCreadie. Bilstein first revealed McCreadie as the latest driver to join their team at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show in Indianapolis, early in December.
“We are thrilled to welcome Tim to our impressive lineup of racers in dirt track, off road and street performance.” said Aaron Morey, head of motorsports at Bilstein. “Just like our shocks, Tim has a strong track record of success, which makes this a great match.”
McCreadie, who has been racing the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series full-time since 2016, recently became the first driver from New York state to win the World 100.
“We are honored to join Team BILSTEIN and partner with a company that continues to research and develop shocks designed to create performance gains on the track,” McCreadie said. “BILSTEIN has always been the company to watch for the most innovative new shock technology in circle track racing, and with their support, we look forward to a very successful 2019 season.”
The 44-year-old McCreadie has logged time in the NASCAR West Series, ARCA RE/MAX Series, NASCAR Busch Series, and World of Outlaws Late Model Series. He won the 2006 Chili Bowl as well as the 2006 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Championship. In 2008, McCreadie won the Topless 100 Late Model Race, leading all 100 laps. On September 27, 2008, he won the best race of his career the 5th Annual Late Model Knoxville Nationals, taking home a whopping $40,000. The 2008 season also saw him earn a win at the Jackson 100, beating some of the biggest name in the sport. In 2016, McCreadie joined the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series full-time for the first time in his career.
We wish the best of luck to Tim McCreadie and Bilstein Motorsports in 2019.