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 Wins Back to Back from the Back

Majeski Wins Back to Back from the Back

-October 8, 9, 10, 11 Oktoberfest, LaCrosse, WI The 91 team had their work cut out for them at LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway. The plan was to race 9 races in 4 days. The team struggled with several different issues as the weekend wore on. That was all worth it when it came to the big 200 lap feature on Sunday! After Ty set fast time for the Midwest Tour 2020 Oktoberfest 200, the race series promoter presented Ty with a challenge; Ty would win an additional $6,300.00 bonus if he was able to start in the back and come through the field for the win. He accepted that challenge and did just that. In dominating fashion, he worked his way through the field to take the checkered flag on lap 200! “We struggled this weekend but we were able to turn it around today and win the biggest race of the weekend. It’s a testament to this team how we all pull together under pressure to get the win. I’m proud to be a part of this program.” This is Majeski’s 3rd win at this prestigious event. He boasts at least two wins in each of the three Crown Jewel races in the Midwest. Slinger Nationals, Dixieland 250 and Oktoberfest! Watch for our next race...
Majeski Dominates Howie Lettow Memorial Race

Majeski Dominates Howie Lettow Memorial Race

The headlines were all about Matt Kenseth coming to Madison International Speedway and how he edged Ty Majeski out on the last lap for the win and Slinger Nationals. What would happen at the Howie Lettow Memorial race? Would there be payback? Would it be Matt and Ty at the end? In a packed house, all eyes were on these two talented drivers. Majeski showed muscle by setting fast time for the day. He rolled a one and started in the 8th spot for the feature. Kenseth was inverted to the outside pole. Kenseth worked his way past Austin Nason for the lead while Majeski worked his way through traffic. Ty quickly caught up to the leader and made the pass for the lead on lap 31. That’s where he stayed lap after lap. After 100 laps with multiple cautions with 20 to go, It was Ty Majeski that took the checkered with Morrisey at p2, Eilen p3 and Kenseth p4. “Our car sure was fast tonight. Really proud of everyone… This is cool” said Majeski. “I just had to be prepared for all of those restarts and those guys raced me clean all night.” Ty’s next race is at Dells Raceway Park for the “Escape To Wisconsin 100” ARCA Midwest Tour...
Ty Conquers the Dixieland 250

Ty Conquers the Dixieland 250

With an incredibly impressive resume, there is one race that Ty Majeski has not won. That is, until last night. After setting the third quickest time, Ty started 7th after the invert at the Dixieland 250 at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna, WI. In a virtual who’s who in short track racing, He knew he had his work cut out for him. He also knew he was driving the car that won by over 3 seconds just the Thursday before in the two Blue races. Ty worked his way to the top position in 13 laps. He didn’t stay there long though. He stated he was fighting a car that was pretty good but not quite right. He rode around in the third position for multiple laps. When he came in for the first competition caution, the team made minor adjustments but didn’t put tires on. They were saving that for the final competition caution. This was a strategy that played out in their favor. with 46 laps to go, Majeski shot into the lead and virtually never looked back. That is until multiple caution flags flew for various reasons with under 25 to go. “It can never be easy of course,” Majeski joked. “I would’ve loved it to go green there. But, it made it a good show for the fans and that’s what it’s all about, without all the fans we wouldn’t be here.” Ty was elated when he exited the car after taking the traditional polish victory lap. “This is so cool! This is for all you fans, this is as close as it gets to...
Clean Sweep for Majeski at the Blue Race

Clean Sweep for Majeski at the Blue Race

The beautiful sunset was a perfect backdrop to a perfect night for Ty Majeski. After setting a blistering fast time, Ty rolled a 1 to set the invert at 7. Ty started in the back and won the fast dash heat race. With 2 35 lap features coming up, Ty was confident he had a great car but we all know it’s never over until it’s over. The green flag dropped and within 10 laps of the first 35 lap first feature, Majeski was leading. Several caution flags were thrown for on track incidents but Ty maintained his top position when the checkered flag dropped taking home the win in the first of two features. He began his second feature p7 again. With his perfectly set up car, he quickly meandered his way back to the top position relatively unchallenged. He won the second feature by a staggering 3.694 seconds over the second place car. Ty placed 3rd in the overall points standings for the Red, White, and Blue championship series despite the fact he had a DNF in the white race. Ty looks forward to racing on Tuesday, August 6 at WIR for the Dixieland 250. Stop out and buy some Ty Majeski Merchandise. We will be raffling off a door panel to benefit the Diemel brothers who have been missing for over a week now. Please contribute to this great...
Ty Majeski Update

Ty Majeski Update

On June 27, Ty was back in the Chad Bryant ARCA car sponsored by Crestliner Boats. This exciting race was held at Chicagoland speedway. Ty qualified in the second position. Upon the start of the race, he fell back a little but was able to take the lead after the first caution. Majeski won the race at Chicagoland in a dominant fashion. This is the third win in only 5 races for the talented driver. “We were really dialed in” stated Majeski, “I can’t thank Chad, Paul and my crew enough. We definitely had a hot rod and I’m happy to bring home the win for not only the team but for Crestliner Boats!” July 9 was Ty’s next race. Slinger Nationals is the crown jewel race of the midwest and is held at a 1/4 mile bullring, Ty lead most of the second half of the race. He was challenged on the last 13 laps by Former Winston cup Champion Matt Kenseth. Matt out-muscled him on turn 4 of the last lap, leaving Ty with a second place finish. “I had a great iRacing ford at Slinger tonight. I would have done the exact same thing to him for the Slinger championship!” Majeski said. “It was a fun race!” On July 11, Ty got fast time at Wisconsin International Raceway. Unfortunately, on lap 8 there was a bad wreck in front of him. He drove up the track, trying to miss the wreck but had a race ending injury. He will be back to WIR on August 1 for the Blue race. Ty would like to thank his...