Majeski off to Rough Start at Speedweeks

Majeski off to Rough Start at Speedweeks

With 3 of 7 races under his belt, 4 time ARCA Midwest Tour Champion Ty Majeski sits just inside the top 10 in points. Because of contact with two competitors in two separate races, Majeski precariously finds himself out of contention for the championship. There has been much controversy surrounding the circumstances of his 11th, 9th and 7th place finishes. The first incident, during the first of 7 races, involved southern racer Jeff Choquette. Racing hard for position, There was contact between the 9 of Choquette and the 91 of Majeski. Choquette was quoted in saying, “He’s not someone you can just let by. Spotter said he was outside and I as trying to crowd him as much as I could to keep my line. I got the short end of the stick. Damage isn’t too bad. Mostly cosmetic but we can race tomorrow.” Majeski was subsequently sent to the back for his involvement. Majeski’s quote; “I got the outside on Jeff, and pinned him behind the lap car. I could tell he wanted to clear me. If I had a run, I was going to clear him over the next few corners. He just tried to get out and kept coming up and up and up and pretty soon I ran out of room and put him into the wall. I hate it for him but it’s the first night, it’s a long week and it’s unfortunate that we had a car get torn up.” In a separate incident during the 3rd super late model race, Ty was leading and a faster Harrison Burton was approaching. Burton caught...
Majeski On His Way

Majeski On His Way

Majeski started from modest roots, living in a small town in Seymour, WI. He became a go-kart phenom quickly after throwing his hat in the ring at the age of 9. Fast forward to 2018 where Ty is now on the cusp of starting his longest season racing for Roush Fenway in the top tiers of racing. Starting at Bristol Motor Speedway on April 14th, Ty’s 12 race season promises to be an exciting one. Sharing a ride with Chase Briscoe and Austin Cindric, the trio will be competing for an owners championship for Jack Roush in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. They will each pilot the famed number 60 car and together, will drive a complete season. Look for Ty at Talladega, Dover and Charlotte, just to name a few. Check out his complete schedule! Ty will also run a limited number of short track races in his familiar 91 car owned by Brad and Nancy Mannstedt of LaCrosse. The short track schedule is not completely finalized at this time. However, you can expect to see the #NinetyWon car at big shows like Slinger Nationals, Dixieland 250, and Oktoberfest! He may add races so check back. Real time information, follow Ty Majeski on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/tymajeskiracing/ or check the Roush Fenway Website...
Treeo’s Expands Partnership with Ty Majeski into ARCA Racing Series

Treeo’s Expands Partnership with Ty Majeski into ARCA Racing Series

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Aug. 30, 2017) – Treeo’s, a one-stop outdoor service provider, has expanded its long-standing relationship with Cunningham Motorsports driver Ty Majeski into the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards. After being involved with Majeski’s late model racing efforts since 2012, the Wisconsin-based company will serve as the primary sponsor of his No. 99 Ford Fusion for the last three races of the 2017 ARCA season at Chicagoland Speedway, Kentucky Speedway and Kansas Speedway. “It’s definitely going to be special to have Treeo’s on board with us for the last three races of the season,” said Majeski. “They were really the first sponsor that I had as a late model driver and they’ve been with us for a long time. They were one of my first supporters and they’ve stuck with us through everything. We have a great relationship and have seen a lot of success with Treeo’s so hopefully we can continue this partnership for a long time.” Treeo’s prides itself on being the leading landscaping company in central Wisconsin by providing a wide variety of services including lawn care, landscaping, tree removal and snow removal to commercial and residential clients. “There are a lot of similarities between Ty and our business ethics,” said Treeo’s President/CEO Mark Caswell. “Ty is unbelievably dedicated. He knows what he wants and he’s not afraid to put in the hard work and that mentality aligns with our business philosophy. I built Treeo’s from the ground up and I know Ty is doing that same thing with his racing career. I believe in him and I believe in his family. They’re great...
Exclusive, limited quantity XFINITY T-Shirts

Exclusive, limited quantity XFINITY T-Shirts

Check out the RFRshop.com to get your commemorative Ty Majeski inaugural XFINITY start T-shirt! These are in very limited quantities so act fast before they run out. They will ship before the June 14 Iowa race. Use promo code TYFANCLUB to get a 20% discount! Click...
Majeski Ready for Pocono Debut with Cunningham Motorsports

Majeski Ready for Pocono Debut with Cunningham Motorsports

LONG POND, Pa. (June 8, 2017) – Roush Fenway Racing development driver Ty Majeski will make his debut with Cunningham Motorsports, in conjunction with Ken Schrader Racing, this Friday at Pocono Raceway in the General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200. Majeski took his first laps in the No. 99 Cunningham Motorsports Ford Fusion during the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards open test Wednesday, picking up the third fastest time of the day. “I think the test went really well,” said Majeski. “I spent a lot of time on iRacing.com in the Ford simulator getting laps around this place before I showed up and it definitely helped. To be in a competitive car like this is a dream come true. I’m very excited and can’t thank everyone from Cunningham Motorsports, Roush Fenway Racing and Ken Schrader Racing enough for the opportunity.” Cunningham Motorsports (CMS) and Ken Schrader Racing (KSR) announced a partnership for the five races Majeski is slated to drive, with equipment being owned by CMS and logistical operations coming from KSR. “We need Ken Schrader Racing’s help with Ty’s program,” said CMS co-owner Kerry Scherer. “Kenny (Schrader) had the space, the people and is a proven winner, so it made sense to ask for his help. It will be a Cunningham effort with Kenny and Donnie (Richeson) overseeing it.” Majeski’s Ford Fusion is owned by CMS’s championship owner Briggs Cunningham with KSR assembly and trackside help. Majeski had been able to work directly with KSR team owner Ken Schrader in the final weeks before Pocono. “We are very excited to for the opportunity to work with Ty Majeski,” said...
Monumental Weekend for the 91 Team

Monumental Weekend for the 91 Team

After an impressive win at Jefferson Speedway on May 27, Ty Majeski was back behind the wheel of the 91 iRacing Ken’s Sports, Le Jeune Bolt, Black Diamond, Lefthander Chassis, Wehrs Machine, Ford Performance car powered by a B&B motor. On May 29th, Majeski qualified with fast time for the second race in two days. The invert had him starting in the 16th position for the 99 lap Dick Trickle Memorial race at Plover Golden Sands Speedway. After battling traffic and several of the numerous cautions throughout the race, Ty found himself in the top spot where he stayed for the final 47 laps of the race. Ty was victorious and presented the winning Trophy to his car owner Brad Mannstedt for sentimental reasons. “I am proud to win this special race for my car owner, Brad Mannstedt,” Exclaimed Ty in the post race interview. ” His dad believed in Dick Trickle and supported him for many years and now I”m honored that Brad believes in me the same way. I appreciate the opportunity to race he and Nancy’s cars.” Nancy Mannstedt is the wife and proud co-car owner of the 91 machine. Ty’s day started off great with a fast time and a win but it wasn’t over yet. He was asked by Kelly Bires to race the number 1 truck in the Midwest Truck Series. Ty was happy to do so. He raced in that series several years ago for 5 races and won two of them, having a blown engine in one and securing a top 5 in the other two. Ty started the race in...