Majeski Earns the Win at the Icebreaker

Majeski Earns the Win at the Icebreaker

4-9-17 Dells Raceway Park was the site of the Icebreaker 100 on Sunday, April 9. Ty selected “Slender Ella” his chartreuse colored 91 Ford for this event. Practice presented a few issues that needed to be remedied prior to the start of the big show. Two spindles broke on the car on two separate occasions. Not to be deterred, Toby Nuttleman and Chris and Craig Johnson were able to dial the car in as practice wore on. Ty ended up qualifying in the second position. He started the even heat 8th and finished 6th putting him in the 12th position at the start of the race. Ty worked his way through the field and passed for the top position around lap 50 and held that spot through several cautions and restarts. A well-earned win came when the checkered flag dropped. “We had a long so-called off season racing down south and to come back here to the midwest and to be able to kick off the season with a win felt pretty special. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to be at the shop to help these guys out since I relocated to North Carolina. I’ve been working hard at Roush Fenway so for these guys to work so hard and put this car together and for us to run the way we did is pretty cool. It felt good to get behind the wheel of the 91 iRacing, Ted Mannstedt and Son Steel, LeJeune Bolt, Ken’s Sport, Black Diamond, Lefthander Chassis, Whers Machine, PFC Brakes, Black Diamond McGunegill powered Ford.” Ty goes on to say “I’ll be back and forth a lot from Concord to the midwest. We have about 25 races scheduled in the midwest. We will be at pretty much all the Midwest Tour races as well as Slinger Nationals. We will be around pretty much this whole summer.”

Our next race is the Frostbuster at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in La Crosse Wisconsin. After that we are looking forward to the kickoff of the Midwest Tour with the Joe Shear Classic at Madison International Speedway in Madison, WI on May 7