The Highs and Lows of LaX

The Highs and Lows of LaX

Saturday, July 2nd, Ty participated in the TUNDRA Super Late Model Series race at his “home track” (because of the location of the shop that houses his multiple cars.) La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway has seen Ty tear it up several times already this season, breaking the track record and winning both events he entered. Ty started out strong in this event as usual, running top times in practices. He qualified with fast time and broke the qualifying record for the TUNDRA Series. Ty started in the 11th spot in the 50 lap feature. He was up to 7th with 40 to go when a caution flag flew. Filled with determination, Ty worked his way smoothly up to 6th. Around halfway through the feature, an ignition wire broke on his Treeo’s Johnny’s hobbies, Wehr’s machine, Frog Racing Chevy, effectively ending his night. Ty is looking foreword to racing at Lacrosse again on July 9 and then at Slinger Speedway on July 10. We would like to thank car owner Johnny Gilbertson, crew chief Toby Nuttleman, team Chris and Craig Johnson and Spotter Brad Majeski. Ty and the Entire team would like to extend a huge congratulations to crew member Chris and his wife Laura Mueller on the birth of their new baby girl Scarlett! It’s a nice name, sCARlett. She is destined to like Race...
Majeski All-Around Fastest at Gateway

Majeski All-Around Fastest at Gateway

Gateway Motorsports Park Photography 6-25-16: The track at Gateway Motorsports Park is 1.25 miles of speed. Ty Majeski proved he had what it takes to conquer his longest track to date. Ty took a quick lap in practice only to discover the car had a vibration, he quickly pitted and the crew diagnosed and made a repair. From that point on, Ty only got quicker and quicker as the day went on. He unofficially broke the track record his third lap of practice. Qualifying began a half hour after practice ended and Ty was to go out first. He set a blistering fast time of 33.267, beating the old track record of 33.987 set by Mike Garvey in 1997. Ty’s average speed on this lap was about 134 mph. After rolling a 3, the invert set him to a 10th starting spot but unfortunately a rain delay would hold the race off until much later. The NASCAR Camping world trucks would run their feature event due to tv time and the ARCA Midwest Tour event would have to wait. That time turned into the next day. The checkered flag dropped just after midnight on Sunday Morning. By lap 3 Ty was in second place and looking to pass for the lead. A yellow came out and re set the field. Ty passed for the top position and lead the rest of the race from lap 4 on. He stretched his lead to over 7 seconds over the 2nd place car. When the checkered flag dropped, Ty was the official winner of the Illinois Lottery 50 at Gateway Motorsports Park....
ARCA Midwest Tour, ARCA Menards make for exciting weekend!

ARCA Midwest Tour, ARCA Menards make for exciting weekend!

Ty Majeski called Madison International Speedway home for the entirety of last weekend. On Friday, June 17, Ty showed his talent yet again with a big win in the ARCA Midwest Tour race. The All-Star 100 had Ty starting in the 7th position after qualifying 3rd. Ty quickly made his way up front and lead most of the race, crossing the finish line as the victor! His weekend wasn’t over though. He went on and dominated in practice all day on Saturday in his new Roulo Brothers #17 Potawatomi, Montgomery Ward Ford Fusion. His first time qualifying in the heavier car left him in the 7th position for the start of the race. On Sunday, for the big show, It didn’t take long for Ty to find himself contending for the top spot. A late race adjustment left his car a little loose but he still earned a 4th place finish in his first ever ARCA start. Ty is hoping to run the ARCA race in Iowa but nothing is confirmed at this time. Check back for more information or follow Ty on Facebook for real time updates! Ty’s next race is June 25 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL, the race will start at 7:00 weigh the NASCAR Camping world trucks race immediately following! Hope to see you...
Battle at Golden Sands

Battle at Golden Sands

Photo of Ty and Tom Reffner 5-30-16 Golden Sands Speedway, Plover, WI: “The battle of the Legends” After setting fast time, Ty started the 91 lapper at Plover today in 5th. He was up to third with just a few laps in. The top 2 cars were battling side by side for multiple laps. Ty finally managed to pass for second after a caution came out. The front runner was battling hard for numerous laps trying to maintain his position. After a caution, Ty was able to make his way around and take the top position. He stayed there for a good number of laps when another caution came out with 15 to go. Ty got a great restart and pulled away. With 4 to go, the second place car of Dalton Zehr caught up to Ty after Ty’s car started to loosen up. Zehr dove his car in and earned the top spot. Ty’s car was used up and he had to settle for second. Congratulations to Zehr on the win. It was an exciting 91 lap race for the fans. Ty’s next event will be the celebration of Father Grubba’s 50 years in Priesthood. This event will take place at State Park Speedway in Wausau. On June Come out to see legends, local heroes and the future of the sport. Ty will not be racing but he will join other big names to celebrate Father Grubba’s contributions to the sport. Here is the schedule for Thursday, June 2: 3:00 Pit gates open 3:30 – 3:35 – Mini Stock 3:35 – 3:40 – Mini-Mod 3:40 – 3:45 –...
Three-Peat in Victory Lane

Three-Peat in Victory Lane

5-7-16 – Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna, WI hosted the 50 lap Round 1 of the TUNDRA Series. Ty qualified 3rd for the big show. With the invert, he would start 11th. Starting inside the 6th row, Ty quickly went to the outside lane, which was moving quicker than the inside. He advanced several spots at the onset of the race. Ty methodically passed cars, making his way up to the 5th position by lap12, and up into the 3rd spot by lap 24. A caution came out with 23 to go and tightened the pack of cars for the restart. The restart of the 91 car was flawless but a caution came out in the back of the field as the pack crossed the line. With another great restart, he jumped into the second spot with 22 to go. Ty was working on leader Steve Apel who lead the entire race up to that point. Ty tried the inside but couldn’t complete the pass and had to back out. He made another attempt on the inside and then on the outside. He then backed off and followed Steve for several laps. Ty successfully made another attempt to make the pass for the lead with 7 to go. Casey Johnson followed and passed for second. Ty began pulling away as the laps would down but with 2 to go a caution flag came out. The field reset and the green flag dropped one last time. Ty pulled away and maintained the top spot when the checkered flag dropped. The final top three Ty Majeski, P1, Casey Johnson, P2. Steve...
Majeski Dominates at Joe Shear Classic

Majeski Dominates at Joe Shear Classic

May 1, 2016 – Madison International Speedway proved to be a vortex of racing action on Sunday, May 1, 2016. With one of the stoutest fields to date, one name rose above the rest; Ty Majeski. After setting a blistering fast time lap during qualifying, he found himself on the track rolling the dice to determine what the invert would be. Ty rolled a 5, putting him in the 10th spot for the start of the race. During driver introductions, the fans roared when Ty’s name was called by ARCA Midwest Tour announcer Eric Huenefeld. Ty entered this race with an already impressive resume for 2016. He already had 5 wins, one championship and 2 fast times under his belt. When the green flag dropped for the 100 lap Joe Shear Classic, Ty methodically worked his way through traffic. Dennis Prunty lead the field and began pulling away as others battled for position behind him. NASCAR Truck Series Daytona winner Johnny Sauter was working his way through traffic from the back of the pack after a penalty doled out by the track. As the laps counted down, Ty worked his way up in the field. He passed for second place with 72 laps to go. He began reeling in Dennis Prunty. It didn’t take long for Ty to try and make the pass for the lead. With 68 to go, the 91 was able to complete the pass and pull away. Johnny Sauter was able to catch and pass Prunty and start to close the gap between himself and Ty. Ty went on to lead the remaining laps, passing...