Longhorn Chassis Tops Miller Multimatic Chassis Builder’s Challenge

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

The North Carolina-based Longhorn Chassis ruled the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series once again, winning the Miller Multimatic Chassis Builder’s Challenge for the second consecutive season.

The Miller Multimatic Chassis builders challenge awarded points to over 30 unique chassis manufacturers in 2022. Points were awarded to the highest finishing driver of each manufacturer after every Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series A-Main. 

Overall, Longhorn Chassis registered victories in 30 of the 2022 season’s 56 A-Main events and boasted six of the top ten drivers in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship standings. The Longhorn Chassis army was led by Tim McCreadie and the Paylor Motorsports team, who’s consistency brought them the tour’s $150,000 title and second consecutive championship.

Longhorn Chassis will be recognized during the December 9th championship awards banquet at Lucas Oil Stadium. The top chassis manufacturer in 2022 will receive a new Miller Multimatic welder along with a $250 certificate from Summit Racing Equipment.

About Miller Multimatic:

Multi-process welders make it easy for welding operators to tackle a variety of fabrication or construction jobs and projects on the jobsite, in the shop or in the field without switching power sources – saving you time and money. The Miller Multimatic is an all-in-one, portable multiprocess MIG, TIG and Stick welder. To find the multiprocess welder that’s right for your application, visit www.millerwelds.com/equipment/welders/multiprocess

About Miller Welders:

Miller® is about building things that matter – leading the welding industry in building advanced, solution-focused products and meeting crucial needs for welding safety and health. The company began with an innovation that responded to customer needs, growing from a one-man operation in 1929, to the world’s largest manufacturer of arc welding products. Miller Electric Mfg. LLC is headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, and wholly owned by Illinois Tool Works. The company maintains its industry leadership by setting the standard for reliability, quality, and responsiveness. To learn more about all of Miller Welders products, visit www.millerwelds.com.

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