MEBANE, N.C. – Donald Bradsher will contest the full World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series schedule in his his Vic Hill-powered Paylor Motorsports No. 93.
A plumbing contractor and owner of Mega Plumbing when away from his race cars, Bradsher, 52, has set in place his off-track responsibilities to square his focus on capturing the Outlaw crown.
“I wanted to do this when I was younger but I needed to establish the business side of it first,” Bradsher said. “We’ve got a great group of people on the business side so we’re ready to go fulfill a racing dream.”
Bradsher earned 16 top-five finishes this year, including a second-place finish in the inaugural OneDirt World Short Track Championships crate late model feature on Oct. 23 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.
Bradsher has thrived on the Southeast’s toughest dirt bullrings in recent years. A move to a new series represents a unique opportunity for him to ruffle some Outlaw feathers.
“I’ve always thought very highly of the World of Outlaws,” Bradsher said. “I’m excited to have the chance to race full-time against the best in the business next year. We’ve got an awesome team in place and we’re ready for the challenge.”