6-13-19 Wisconsin International Speedway in Kauakuna, WI was the site for the beginning of the famed Red, White and Blue Series. The best of three races is awarded the esteemed championship for the combined events. Although Majeski has made several attempts in past seasons and came close, he has never taken home the overall championship. “It would mean a lot to put the Red, White and Blue Series Championship to my short track resume.” Reports Ty, “WIR is one of my favorite tracks and we run well here. There is usually a stout field so it would feel good to be able to take this one home!”
After qualifying with fast time, Ty was inverted to the 12th position on the start of the race. The cars ran side by side for multiple laps leaving no opportunity to pass. As the laps wore on, things loosened up and he was able to put a few cars behind him. Meanwhile, the leaders stretched out in the caution free race. Ty passed the second place car with around 8 to go but it just wasn’t enough time to catch him and make the pass for the lead. Overall it was an exciting race and the 91 team was pleased with the results. “We needed a caution and we would have had it. The 91 iRacing, Crestliner, Ken’s Sports Treeo’s car was fast today, we just ran out of time. It was still a great points night for us.” When Asked if he was planning on running the whole series, Majeski confirmed that the team plans on running the white race on July 11 as well as the Blue race on August 1.
Ty’s next race is at the Milwaukee mile on Sunday, June 16 with the 91 car. After that he will be back in the 22 Chad Bryant Racing car at Chicagoland Speedway.