Close LOLMDS championship concludes October 20-21
This weekend, the 2017 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series championship will conclude at Portsmouth Raceway Park. The Dirt Track World Championship will pay $100,000 to the winner.
Ahead of the dirt late model throwback weekend, Tim McCreadie has published a note to the fans and his crew.
Tim McCreadie Note:
“As we prepare for the upcoming Dirt Track World Championship and the rest of 2017, I wanted to take a moment to personally thank everyone for their support this season. Thanks to Sweeteners Plus, Lornhorn Chassis, and our entire family of partners, we’ve enjoyed a successful 2017 thus far.”
“We look forward to Portsmouth Raceway Park next weekend in hopes of competing for the DTWC win and claiming the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship. Regardless of the race or championship outcome this weekend, our team has accomplished a lot this season competing against the best competition that our sport has to offer.”
“With that, I salute YOU the fans that spend your hard earned money supporting dirt track racing. Thank you for making these events possible and we look forward to seeing everyone this weekend in Portsmouth and then at The Dirt Track at Charlotte of World Finals!”
Tim McCreadie has 8135 LOLMDS points. He leads Josh Richards by 40 points.
Race points: 1st (200); 2nd (180); 3rd (170); 4th (160); 5th (155); 6th (150); 7th (145); 8th (140); 9th (135); 10th (130); 11th (125); 12th (120); 13th (115); 14th (110); 15th (105); 16th (100); 17th (95); 18th (90); 19th (85); 20th (80); 21st (75); 22nd (75); 23rd (75); 24th (75); 25th (75); 26th (75)
The 2017 point fund has not been updated. However, in 2016, the champion received a $75,000 bonus.
2017 LOLMDS Points
1. Tim McCreadie (8135)
2. Josh Richards (8095)
3. Scott Bloomquist (8060)