Bradsher Enters First
in Flight 100 at Fayetteville Motor Speedway
13, 2018) The Paylor Motorsports team and driver
Donald Bradsher were in the pit area at Fayetteville Motor Speedway
in Fayetteville, North Carolina on May 11-12 for the inaugural running
of the 'First in Flight 100.' The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late
Model Series presided over the $25,001 to win contest, which was
held in honor of Mr. Carlton Lamm. In preliminary action on Friday
night, Donald stopped the clock twelfth fastest in Group A during
qualifying before finishing fifth in his loaded heat race. He was
then running second in his B-Main on Saturday and in prime position
for a coveted transfer spot into the 100-lap grand finale when a
broken transmission unfortunately ended his night prematurely. Full
results from the big weekend in Fayetteville can be accessed online
Donald Bradsher Tackles
Cherokee and Laurens County Over Weekend
(May 6, 2018) Donald
Bradsher and his #93 team headed to the state of South Carolina
on May 4-5 for two high-profile shows at a pair of different racetracks.
On Friday night in a $10,000 to win World of Outlaws Craftsman Late
Model Series battle at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina,
Donald was unfortunately involved in an early heat race incident
and opted to scratch from the remainder of the program. At Laurens
County Speedway in Laurens, South Carolina on Saturday evening,
the Ultimate Super Late Model Series presided over the 'Ronnie Brookshire
Memorial,' which boasted a $4,014 payday. Donald laid down the fourth
quickest lap in his group during qualifying and drove up inside
of the top five during the 40-lapper, but an unfortunate spin helped
relegate the Burlington, North Carolina native to thirteenth in
the final finishing order. Full results from both weekend races
can be found online at www.woolms.com
Bradsher Competes in
Jack Starrette Memorial at Modoc Raceway
29, 2018) The Paylor Motorsports team traveled to
Modoc Raceway in Modoc, South Carolina on Saturday evening, April
28 for the annual running of the 'Jack Starrette Memorial,' which
was co-sanctioned by both the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series
and the Ultimate Super Late Model Series. A strong field of cars
signed into the pit area to compete for the $5,022 paycheck. Donald
Bradsher knocked down the sixth quickest lap overall during the
qualifying session to earn the outside of the third row for the
start of the 50-lapper. Battling a tight racecar during the headliner,
Donald wound up pulling off the racing surface and settling for
a nineteenth place showing. Complete results from last night at
Modoc can be accessed online at www.carolinaclash.com.
Donald Bradsher Enters
King of the Commonwealth at VMS...
15, 2018) Donald Bradsher and the #93 team rolled
into Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia on Saturday evening,
April 14 for the annual running of the 'King of the Commonwealth.'
The Ultimate Super Late Model Series presided over the single-day
shootout, which drew a stellar 56 car field to vie for the $20,000
top prize. Donald knocked down the thirteenth fastest lap in Group
B during time trials before running seventh in his stacked heat
race. He then missed out on a coveted transfer position through
his B-Main by a few spots and was unfortunately forced to watch
the 60-lap headliner that was won by Jonathan Davenport. Full results
from last night at VMS can be accessed online at www.ultimatesupers.com.
Bradsher Battles Back
from Flat Tire; Nabs Top Five at Fayetteville!
1, 2018) The Paylor Motorsports team and driver
Donald Bradsher followed the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series
to Fayetteville Motor Speedway in Fayetteville, North Carolina on
Saturday night, March 31 for the annual running of the 'Ed Gibbons
Memorial.' Donald laid down the ninth quickest lap during the qualifying
session before placing fourth in his stacked heat race. After starting
the $10,000 to win headliner from the outside of the sixth row,
Donald suffered an early flat tire and had to restart the caution-plagued
race from the back of the pack. The Burlington, North Carolina ace
then rallied back through the field during the remainder of the
50-lap affair and advanced up to the fifth spot to finish behind
only winner Chris Madden, Michael Brown, Justin Williams, and Johnny
Pursley! Full results from the 'Ed Gibbons Memorial' can be located
online at www.carolinaclash.com.
Donald Bradsher Flexes
Muscle Throughout Weekend at Lancaster
18, 2018) Donald Bradsher and the Paylor Motorsports
team traveled to Lancaster Speedway in Lancaster, South Carolina
on March 16-17. On Friday night in Crate Late Model competition,
Donald timed in eighth quickest during qualifying and was running
fifth in the $1,000 to win A-Main with only two circuits remaining,
but a flat tire unfortunately relegated him to ninth in the final
finishing order. At Lancaster on Saturday evening, the Carolina
Clash Super Late Model Series held their season opener, which featured
a $5,000 top prize. Donald, who plans on running the entire tour
for points this year, qualified sixth fastest in time trials before
advancing to third in the 40-lapper behind only winner Jonathan
Davenport and runner-up Michael Brown - despite losing a cylinder
early in the distance. Full results from both weekend races at the
sprawling facility can be viewed online at www.lancastersuperspeedway.com.
Mother Nature Halts
Skyler Trull Memorial Weekend in Gastonia...
11, 2018) The Paylor Motorsports team invaded Carolina
Speedway in Gastonia, North Carolina on March 9-10 for the 18th
Annual 'Skyler Trull Memorial' and unloaded a pair of potent #93
machines. Donald Bradsher qualified on Friday night in his Crate
Late Model, but Saturday's SECA main event was washed out by Mother
Nature. The $5,000 to win Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series
showdown was also rained out and pushed back to April 20. More information
concerning Carolina Speedway can be accessed online at www.carolinaspeedway.net.
Bradsher Starts Season
at Screven; Caught Up in Early Wreck...
18, 2018) Donald Bradsher, of Burlington, North
Carolina, started his 2018 campaign on Saturday evening, February
17 in the rain-postponed Fastrak Racing Series opener at Screven
Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Georgia. Sporting a new-look white and
blue #93 machine, Donald qualified eighth fastest in his group during
the time trial session prior to placing fourth in heat race action.
During the course of the $3,000 to win 'Winter Freeze' main event,
Donald was collected in a first-lap incident before returning to
the racetrack to try to make his way from the back of the field.
With the front-end damage to his mount and the lack of passing on
the track, the popular driver known as "Super Duck" wound
up retiring from the race in the twenty-second position. Full results
from the 2018 season lid lifter can be accessed online at www.fastrakracing.com.