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...
Fuel Mileage Race Gives Majeski More Experience

Fuel Mileage Race Gives Majeski More Experience

Brooklyn, Michigan was the site of the ARCA Menards Series race on June 7, 2019. After qualifying 4th, Ty was ready to make his second start on the 2 mile track. Coming off back to back wins (At Charlotte and Pocono,) He was on track to be the first driver to win three in a row since 2017. “I think we have a pretty good piece here.” Stated Majeski. “I think we have a fair shot at three in a row. The Chad Bryant Racing Crestliner Car is responding well.” Upon the start of the race, Ty quickly moved into the second spot where he remained for the majority of the race. As the 25 of Michael Self lead the pack, the 22 crew knew that their car just didn’t have the speed of the 25 car. Majeski and Crew Chief Paul Andrews decided to try and make it on fuel mileage. This meant Ty would conserve fuel in hopes of not having to pit again. There was a large enough gap between Majeski and the 3rd place car that would afford him to take it easy on the gas. As the laps wore down, the 25 car did have to pit and Majeski stayed out, taking the lead and continuing to conserve fuel. Majeski lead up until turn 4 on the last lap when the 22 car sputtered and ran out of fuel. He ended up taking the checkered flag behind the 25 but learned a lot. “This p2 finish almost feels like a win” Ty stated. ” It was my first fuel mileage race and I don’t...
Majeski Makes His Mark on the ARCA Menards Series

Majeski Makes His Mark on the ARCA Menards Series

In only three starts in the ARCA Menards Series this season, hot shoe Ty Majeski already has heads turning. He started his shortened season with a 4th place finish at Talladega Super Speedway on April 26th. Ty was the only Ford in the top 5 with all Toyotas. Happy with his finish, Ford and Chad Bryant racing were anticipating another stellar finish at his next race in Charlotte on May 23. Ty was honored when Crestliner Boats agreed to support him for several races starting with the race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Sporting a patriotic scheme, Ty proudly displayed the American flag as well as the Crestliner Boats logo on his hood and quarter panels. Ty was running in the top three for most of the race. As the laps wore down, Majeski was able to take advantage of the leaders mistake and secure his first ever win on a national stage! “I’m so proud to put the Crestliner Boats sponsored Chad Bryant car into victory lane. I don’t come from money so I have to make my mark by keeping relevant and that means winning. It means the world to me that Chad and Crestliner put faith in me and I’m going to do everything it takes to be successful” Ty Majeski stated. To follow up the win at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Ty’s next race was the weekend after at Pocono Raceway on May 31. Ty went from fifth to third in two laps. He ran third for a good part of the race until he secured second. With 19 laps to go, a precision green flag pit...
Majeski Takes home a 3rd Place Finish at the Rattler 250

Majeski Takes home a 3rd Place Finish at the Rattler 250

South Alabama Speedway was the site of the 43rd running of the prestigious Rattler 250. After winning in 2016 and 2017, Majeski was eager to log another first place finish on his resume to be one of two in history to win this event three times. Ty had to miss the 2018 event due to scheduling conflicts. The team found it difficult to get the car to respond to adjustments on Friday’s practice. They decided to forego putting new tires on and focus on getting the cars balance right. On Saturday they were able to reap the benefits of their hard work and run fastest and second fastest respectively in the two practices. With a 5th place qualifying run, Ty stated he was happy with the balance of the car and optimistic for the race on Sunday. The green flag dropped at 2pm and Ty was able to lead a good portion of the first half of the race. After the second controlled caution, the team decided to lay back and save their equipment for the end, hoping for another yellow flag to fly. As the laps progressed, That yellow flag never came and the 91 team had to settle for a third place finish. Ty is looking forward to his next short track race! Stay tuned for further announcements regarding Ty’s plans for the rest of the...
Majeski Wins Winter Showdown

Majeski Wins Winter Showdown

February 2, 2019 was the date of the first winter thaw for Majeski. He heated up the Kern County Raceway at the 4th annual winter showdown. The weather played a big role during the event. With rain on and off throughout the day and winds gusting, it was uncertain if they would be able get the 300 lap,$ 30,000.00 to win race in. As it stood, Qualifying was already rained out which bumped the purse up another $2,500.00. The stakes were high and the teams were feeling the pressure. The Modified race began and was quickly rained upon. They called it with 45 laps of 75 in in an attempt to still get the Winter Showdown race in. The green flag dropped for the supers with Majeski starting in the 4th position. Over the radio, he stated he lacked straightaway speed. He was able to climb up to the 2nd position and have an impressive battle with the top three when the controlled caution came out. Ty stated they made an adjustment during the caution that helped a lot. Starting on the inside in p2, a massive chaotic wreck involving at least 17 cars happened when the p1 car hesitated on the restart. As this was being cleaned up, the darkness was threatening to end the race as the track had lost power in the storm. At this point all of the remaining drivers were driving each lap as if it were the last, not knowing when they would call the race. Once the race hit halfway, it could be called at any time. As Majeski was pulling away...
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...