Majeski Makes the Falloween Race A Thriller

Majeski Makes the Falloween Race A Thriller

October 24, 2020 – Located minutes away from the historic downtown Wisconsin Dells tourist district, Dells Raceway Park is a 1/3 mile bullring that boasts exciting side by side racing that will keep you at the edge of your seat. For the 3rd time, Ty Majeski wins the last event of the season at Dells Raceway Park. Ty has been touted as “the one to beat” every time he tosses his hat in the ring. He did not disappoint on Sunday, October 24. The Falloween 150 is segmented into 2 75 lap segments with a mandatory caution separating them. After qualifying 6th of 29 cars, the invert pushed him up to a 3rd spot starting position. Knowing it is a 150 Lap race, Majeski patiently logged laps. Poking his nose in for the pass Several times but not pushing it, he settled for second place for a few laps before he overtook the lead car to assume the top spot. There were several cautions that presented challenges for the lead but our driver came out on top every time. Ty lead the remainder of the race. A caution came out with 6 to go which raised anxiety. The restart was questionable and yellow came back out. When the final green flag was dropped, the next flag Ty saw was the checkered flag. “Those restarts were brutal,” stated Ty, “I was getting pinched down and I didn’t want to wreck. I just took it easy because I knew my IRacing, Ken’s Sports, Mannstedt Steel car was going to be tough to beat. The 119 tried everything but I was obviously...
Majeski Looking Forward to Oktoberfest

Majeski Looking Forward to Oktoberfest

October 7-11 is a series of dates worthy of looking forward to. It is the 51st running of the largest racing event in the larger midwest! Every day is packed with multiple races with multiple series. The 91 team will be racing -Thursday the 8th in the LaCrosse Late Model double feature. -Friday the 9th is a big day! We will be racing the 3 segment Dick Trickle 99 as well as the LaCrosse Late Model double Feature! -Saturday the 10th, the 91 team will race the Big 8 series race as well as the qualifying features for the Oktoberfest 200. -Sunday, October 11 is the grand finale! Autograph sessions and then the 200 lap Oktoberfest feature. Check oktoberfestraceweekend.com/schesule2020/ for detailed...

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TY MAJESKI JOINS NIECE MOTORSPORTS FULL TIME IN 2020

TY MAJESKI JOINS NIECE MOTORSPORTS FULL TIME IN 2020

STATESVILLE, N.C. (Dec. 10, 2019) – Ty Majeski will drive the No. 45 Chevrolet Silverado at Niece Motorsports full time in 2020 in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series. “I’m really excited for the opportunity to race full time with Niece Motorsports,” said Majeski. “I’m appreciative of Al and everyone at the team for giving me this opportunity. We’re looking to continue to build on what Ross and the team accomplished this year. We expect to be contending for wins and ultimately the championship.” In just its third full time season, Niece Motorsports and Ross Chastain earned one pole, three wins and 10 top-five finishes. In addition, Chastain captured the most stage wins and led the most laps. Chastain and the No. 45 team finished second in both the driver and owner point standings. “Last season was really a dream come true for me and this team,” said team owner Al Niece. “No one expected us to be contending for a championship in Homestead – but there we were. We’re confident that we can do the same next season. Ty is clearly extremely talented – he’s won in everything he’s driven. I’m excited to have him join the team full time. We’re looking forward to great things in 2020.” The 2019 season saw Majeski compete in six ARCA Racing Series events, earning wins in half of those starts. In addition to his three wins (at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Pocono Raceway and Chicagoland Speedway), Majeski also earned top-five finishes in all six starts and led a total of 112 laps. Majeski earned four wins in the ARCA Midwest...
Red Race 3 Laps Too Short

Red Race 3 Laps Too Short

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...
Three Times Lucky?

Three Times Lucky?

If bad luck comes in threes, Ty Majeski’s luck should change drastically in the upcoming events for him in the Xfinity series. “We just can’t catch a break” Says Ty, “We have good cars, or at least top 5-10 cars and we get ourselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.” At Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee, Ty’s race was cut short by a tire issue after missing a wreck. He pitted to change the tire and was working his way through the pack when a wreck collected him, effectively ending his day. Moving on to Talladega, the team had a good piece. Ty was having a great run when his luck ran out again, getting tagged from behind by another car’s issue. A frustrated Ty and Team pulled themselves up, and moved on to the Dover race. Ty qualified well and found himself leading the race starting the second segment. His car lost 4th gear on the restart, was lifted by the car behind him and ended up breaking the rear axle. Just unbelievable luck so far. “I hate it for the guys at the shop, we all work really hard to get our cars right and it’s tough on all of us. We know we have competitive cars but we just haven’t been able to show that yet.” Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 26th is Ty’s next race. “That’s going to be a tough race but we are already preparing for it” Reports Ty. “I’m really hoping our finish at Charlotte will reflect what we actually have going on with the team and the car. Ty...