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Chad Bryant Racing to field two entries in NASCAR K&N West finale at ISM Raceway

AVONDALE, Ariz: ARCA Menards Series championship team Chad Bryant Racing (CBR) announced today that the team will compete in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Series (NKNPSW) season finale from ISM (Ariz.) Raceway with drivers Corey Heim and Ty Majeski.

Both drivers enjoyed plenty of success for Chad Bryant Racing in the ARCA Menards Series this season with Majeski leading the team to three victories at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway, Pocono (Pa.) Raceway and Chicagoland (Ill.) Speedway respectively.

NASCAR championship crew chief Paul Andrews will continue to work Majeski as crew chief of the team’s No. 2 Ford Fusion entry, while 2016 ARCA Menards Series championship crew chief and team owner Chad Bryant will guide Heim aboard the No. 22 Ford Fusion ride.

ISM Raceway’s season-finale will mark the team’s debut in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West division but will utilize the race to get a jumpstart on the 2020 season which will be rebranded as ARCA West.

“As an organization, we are excited to head to ISM Raceway and compete in Saturday afternoon’s K&N West Series season finale,” offered team owner Chad Bryant. “We realize that the competition will fierce and the teams are going to leave nothing on the table for the last race of the year, but we saw Phoenix as an opportunity to dive in and give ourselves another opportunity to get a win.

“My Chad Bryant Racing guys have worked extremely hard on these cars over the last couple of weeks and we feel like we’ll be in good shape with two talented drivers.”

Majeski, a native of Seymour, Wisc. competed in six ARCA races this year with Chad Bryant Racing between April and October. In those six races, he won three times and earned six top-five finishes with the worst effort of fourth at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.

Leading 112 laps this season, Majeski had an average finish of 2.0.

The 24-year-old has one start in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at the 1.0-mile race track last fall where he earned an 18th-place finish.

Majeski will have a busy weekend at Phoenix as he’ll compete in the Lucas Oil 150, the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series’ (NGOTS) penultimate race of the season for Niece Motorsports.

I think we have a great chance this weekend at ISM Raceway,” offered Majeski. “We have been really good all year and I’m excited to end the season with Chad Bryant Racing on a good note. They’ve put a lot of work into the two cars for this weekend and I’m excited to see how we perform.

A former competitor at ISM, Majeski knows that track position will be crucial to the team’s success in the 100-lap dash.

“I think the biggest thing we’ll face this weekend is track position,” he added. “There are no live pitstops so there are less opportunities to gain positions. It’ll be important to qualify up front and sustain that track position throughout the race.”

A native of Marietta, Ga., Heim has never been to ISM Raceway but leans on the experience of his team after a successful rookie campaign in ARCA.

Competing in 13 of the 20 races, the 17-year-old maneuvered eight top-five and 12 top-10 finishes with a worst finish of 11th in his third race of the year at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville.

Heim ended the year on a string of three consecutive top-five finishes, including a career-best third twice in back-to-back races at the DuQuoin (Ill.) State Fairgrounds and Salem (Ind.) Speedway respectively.

Despite not running the full schedule, Heim finished runner-up in the Rookie of the Year honors and finished 10th in the championship standings.

“I can’t thank Chad Bryant Racing enough for all that they have done for this year,” said Heim who participated in a CARS Tour event at South Boston (Va.) Speedway this past weekend. “We’ve had a lot of fun and success together in ARCA this year and I’m excited about the opportunity to do more of the same in the K&N West Series season finale in Phoenix.

“I’ve never been to ISM Raceway, but I know I’m surrounded by talented people who will help my learning curve seamless.”

For more on Corey Heim, please like him on Facebook (Corey Heim Racing) and follow him on Instagram (@corey.heim) and Twitter (@coreyheim3).

For more on Ty Majeski, please like him on Facebook (Ty Majeski Racing) and follow him on Instagram (@tymajeski_) and Twitter (@TyMajeski).

For more on Chad Bryant Racing, please visit ChadBryantRacing.com, like them on Facebook (Chad Bryant Racing) or follow them on Twitter (@ChadBryantRace).

The Arizona Lottery 100 (100 laps | 100 miles) is the 14th of 14 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West schedule. Practice begins Sat., Nov. 9 with an hour and 20-minute session planned from 9:00 a.m. – 10:20 a.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the day at 11:30 a.m. The race is set to take the green flag later in the day shortly after 4:15 p.m. The event will be broadcasted live on FansChoice.tv with an anticipated airdate on NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) on Wed., Nov. 13 at 6:00 p.m. All times are local (Mountain).

Kansas Speedway | ARCA Kansas 150 Race Recap

Team: No. 22 Crestliner | Chad Bryant Racing Ford Fusion
Driver: Ty Majeski
Follow the Team: @ChadBryantRace; @tymajeski
Start: Third
Finish: Third, Running (100 | 100 laps completed)

Ty Majeski Quote: “What a season we’ve had in the ARCA Menards Series this year. Three wins, a second, a third and a fourth place. Just missed it a little on Friday night to compete for the win, but a huge thank you to Chad Bryant Racing, Paul Andrews (crew chief) and Crestliner Boats.

“Great season for everyone involved.”

ARCA Next Up: Lucas Oil 200 driven by General Tire at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Sat., Feb. 8, 2020.

For more on Ty Majeski, please like him on Facebook (Ty Majeski Racing) and follow him on Instagram (@tymajeski_) and Twitter (@TyMajeski).

For more on Chad Bryant Racing, please like them on Facebook (Chad Bryant Racing) and follow them on Twitter (@ChadBryantRace). Also, visit the new ChadBryantRacing.com.

About Crestliner:

Located in Otsego, Minn., Crestliner boats and pontoons are crafted with an uncompromising mix of functional design, all-welded aluminum construction and a relentless commitment to excellence.

Since 1946 Crestliner has been making boats forged with strength and defined by durability.

As a world-wide leader, Crestliner continues to redefine the industry with boats built to last. A testament to our quality and craftsmanship, Crestliner has received the CSI Award of Excellence in Customer Satisfaction for Aluminum Outboard Boats for 11 consecutive years.

Learn more about Crestliner and its line of boats by visiting crestliner.com.

With strong test, Ty Majeski, Chad Bryant Racing look forward to Kansas season finale

KANSAS CITY, Kan: Returning to the ARCA Menards Series scene since winning his third race of the year at Chicagoland (Ill.) Speedway in June, Ty Majeski (@TyMajeski) and his No. 22 Chad Bryant Racing team head to Kansas Speedway eyeing win number four in Friday night’s season finale ARCA Kansas 150.

While Majeski has been quiet on the ARCA scene since picking up a dominating win in the Windy City nearly four months ago, the avid Late Model competitor has been tearing up the short track scenes in the Midwest with spectacular finishes, including the win in the final day of the 50th annual Oktoberfest at LaCrosse (Wisc.) Speedway – a win that catapulted him to the 2019 Oktoberfest Series champion.

Focused on returning to the ARCA scene with veteran and NASCAR Monster Cup Series championship crew chief Paul Andrews at his side, the Seymour, Wisc. native hopes to capitalize on a strong Kansas Speedway test session two weeks ago and earn his fourth career ARCA victory.

“The test went well,” said Majeski who has earned five top-five finishes in 2019. “We ran through a couple of different packages and made some changes that we would not have been able to do on race weekend.

“Overall, I think we are happy with the speed and the feel our No. 22 Chad Bryant Racing Ford had and hope we can capitalize on that during Friday night’s race.”

The 25-year-old Ford Performance driver will make his third start at Kansas’s 1.5-mile speedway on Friday night and look to better his track-best second-place effort in 2017 to fellow ARCA competitor Michael Self. To have another opportunity at victory, Majeski knows having track position will be vital to success in the final ARCA race of the 2019 season.

“Kansas is a newer paved race track and although it is similar in shape to Chicagoland Speedway, it drives and races completely different. There isn’t a whole lot of character which will make maintaining track position very important.

“We also have to keep up with track conditions. We’ll finish the race well into the night and the track will be a lot cooler than when we take the green flag, so if we can get our No. 22 Chad Bryant Racing Ford Fusion dialed in for the final run, I think we’ll be in good shape.”

Win or not on Friday night, Majeski is thankful for the opportunity to drive for team owner Chad Bryant and crew chief Andrews. In five races in 2019, the No. 22 team has won four times, led 112 laps and maintains an average finishing position of 1.8.

“We’ve had a fantastic handful of races thus far,” offered Majeski who will make his 15th career ARCA start on Friday night. “Winning at Charlotte in the heart of racing and then at Chicagoland which is so close to where I grew up definitely are the highlights of the season for me.

“I said at the beginning of the season, I really wanted to win those two races. And we’ve been able to accomplish that and so much more. I’m really thankful to everyone who has made it possible.”

As for Kansas, Majeski replied, “our goal is to win (at) Kansas. We’ve proved to have a car capable of winning each race we have entered together, and I don’t see that changing. We all just have to do our job to get the car as close as we can and execute during the race.

“No matter what happens though, it’s been a fantastic year, especially in ARCA.”

Majeski, 25, has shared the No. 22 Ford Fusion ride with newcomer Corey Heim this season who earned eight top-five and 12 top-10s in his rookie season. Together, both drivers have team owner Chad Bryant third in the 2019 ARCA car owner standings, 25 points behind second-place car owner Bill Venturini Sr. with one race remaining.

In his sixth ARCA race this season, Majeski will carry the General Tire onboard camera offering a fresh and perspective view from inside his No. 22 Chad Bryant Racing Ford Fusion for the 100-lap event.

For more on Ty Majeski, please like him on Facebook (Ty Majeski Racing) and follow him on Instagram (@tymajeski_) and Twitter (@TyMajeski).

For more on Chad Bryant Racing, please visit ChadBryantRacing.com, like them on Facebook (Chad Bryant Racing) or follow them on Twitter (@ChadBryantRace).

The ARCA Kansas 150 (100 laps | 150 miles) is the 20th of 20 races on the 2019 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule. Practice begins Fri., Oct. 18 with an hour and 55-minute session planned from 12:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the day at 5:00 p.m. The race in the 67th consecutive ARCA season is set to take the green flag later in the day shortly after 7:30 p.m. The event will be televised live on FOX Sports 2 (FS2), while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the day’s festivities. All times are local (Central).

Ty Majeski scores dominating win in Bounty 150 at Chicagoland Speedway

Team: No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion
Driver: Ty Majeski
Follow the Team: @ChadBryantRace; @tymajeski
Start: Second
Finish: 1st; Winner!; Running (100 | 100 laps completed)

Event Notes:

• Majeski opened his return to the ARCA Menards Series at Chicagoland (Ill.) Speedway by leading practice Thursday afternoon at the 1.5-mile speedway.

• Majeski started second in his fifth ARCA Menards Series start of the season. He never ran worse than third the entire 100 laps.

• Minimal chassis adjustments allowed Majeski to keep his presence at the front of the field for a race-high 72 laps aboard the No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion.

• On older tires and battling a little bit of a tight race car, Majeski withstood challenges from his competitors on a Lap 81 restart and eventually pulled away to a 9.179 second triumph.

• In five ARCA races this season, Majeski has finished fourth, first, first, second and first respectively at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway, Pocono (Pa.) Raceway, Michigan International Speedway and Chicagoland Speedway respectively.

• Majeski is slated to run just one more ARCA Menards Series race this season, the season-finale at Kansas Speedway on Oct. 18.

• The Bounty 150 marked Chad Bryant Racing’s fourth career ARCA Menards Series victory since acquiring the team from Cunningham Motorsports at the end of the 2017 season. Majeski’s teammate Joe Graf Jr. (No. 77 EAT SLEEP RACE Ford Fusion) earned his first career ARCA triumph and the team’s first victory at Berlin (Mich.) Raceway last August.

• Majeski’s teammate Graf Jr. finished 11th in a backup No. 77 EAT SLEEP RACE Ford Fusion.

Ty Majeski Quote:

“We’ve won all three races in a different way. “We didn’t have the best car at Charlotte and beat them on a couple of late race restarts, we got them in the pits at Pocono, we almost got them on fuel mileage at Michigan and we wore them out with the best car here tonight.

“I just wanted to hit my marks and keep the car out of trouble and bring it home. This is as much about showcasing Chad Bryant Racing and the stuff they build as it is showing the world what I can do and it would make me look horrible to throw away a car that dominant.

“Can’t thank my guys, Chad (Bryant), Paul (Andrews, crew chief) and Crestliner enough for the opportunity.”

ARCA Next Up: Menards 250 at Elko (Minn.) Speedway on July 12, 2019.

For more on Ty Majeski, please like him on Facebook (Ty Majeski Racing) and follow him on Instagram (@tymajeski_) and Twitter (@TyMajeski).

For more on Chad Bryant Racing, please like them on Facebook (Chad Bryant Racing) and follow them on Twitter (@ChadBryantRace). Also, visit the new ChadBryantRacing.com.

About Crestliner:

Located in Otsego, Minn., Crestliner boats and pontoons are crafted with an uncompromising mix of functional design, all-welded aluminum construction and a relentless commitment to excellence.

Since 1946 Crestliner has been making boats forged with strength and defined by durability.

As a world-wide leader, Crestliner continues to redefine the industry with boats built to last. A testament to our quality and craftsmanship, Crestliner has received the CSI Award of Excellence in Customer Satisfaction for Aluminum Outboard Boats for 11 consecutive years.

Learn more about Crestliner and its line of boats by visiting crestliner.com.

Ty Majeski; Chad Bryant Racing seek third ARCA win of 2019 at Chicagoland Speedway

JOLIET, Ill. – Returning to the seat of the No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion for his scheduled penultimate ARCA Menards Series race of the season, Ty Majeski (@TyMajeski) seeks his third win of the season in his fifth start in Thursday night’s Bounty 150 at Chicagoland (Ill.) Speedway.

Majeski returns to the No. 22 Ford team led by veteran and NASCAR championship crew chief Paul Andrews on the heels of his CBR teammate Corey Heim delivering his career-best fourth place finish this past weekend at Word Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway.

With momentum beside him, Majeski turns to the Windy City and looks to continue to impress in his limited ARCA return which carries an average finishing position of 2.0.

“I feel really good about heading into Chicago,” said Majeski. “I feel like it is my best 1.5 mile track. It has a ton of character and you’re able to move around and find speed.

“We went for it in my last ARCA race at Michigan International Speedway and were just a corner short of our third win of the year. I think we can go to Chicago this weekend and look to finish what we started there.”

To stay fresh in the seat, Majeski took advantage of his off weekends in ARCA and competed in several Late Model events in the Midwest with similar results.

“Had a good couple of off weekends,” added Majeski. “We raced our Super Late Model three times and came home with two seconds and a win. It’s awesome to have a great opportunity to jump in competitive cars when I have a hole in my schedule. I love Super Late Models and I’ll always come back and run them when I can.”

Majeski enters Chicagoland Speedway with plenty of experience on his side at the 1.5-mile intermediate race track. In his two previous ARCA outings, Majeski has earned back-to-back top-10 finishes in 2016 and 2017 respectively – finishing a track best seventh after starting second in 2017 for car owner Briggs Cunningham.

“I have plenty of experience at Chicagoland I’m all hoping that will pay off for us this week,” added Majeski who sits 17th in the championship standings despite only competing in four races.

“Of course the track will have aged a little bit from the last time I’ve been there and the weather conditions will be different racing in the summer compared to the fall, but I know Paul (Andrews, crew chief) is going to bring a good car to the track and it will be up to me to capitalize on it.”

Following Chicagoland, Majeski isn’t scheduled to return to the No. 22 Ford until the season finale at Kansas Speedway in October. Majeski hopes an opportunity will present itself to race more in ARCA with CBR this season, but if not, it’s been a whirlwind season.

“When we started this program together, we all hoped it would go like this,” sounded Majeski. “It’s been a great few races and I think we’ve made the most of them. We still have two more we want to win!

“I think we have proved we are a force to be reckoned with each and every race we enter. We find a way to be in contention to win even if we don’t have the fastest car. That’s just a testament to Paul Andrews and the entire No. 22 team. I can’t wait for Thursday night.”

Majeski, 24, is sharing the No. 22 Ford Fusion ride with newcomer Corey Heim who returns to the No. 22 Ford Fusion in two weeks for the Menards 250 at Elko (Minn.) Speedway on July 13, 2019.

For more on Ty Majeski, please like him on Facebook (Ty Majeski Racing) and follow him on Instagram (@tymajeski_) and Twitter (@TyMajeski).

For more on Chad Bryant Racing, please visit ChadBryantRacing.com, like them on Facebook (Chad Bryant Racing) or follow them on Twitter (@ChadBryantRace).

The Bounty 150 (100 laps | 150 miles) is the 12th of 20 races on the 2019 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule. Practice begins Thurs. June 27 with an hour and a half practice session planned from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. General Tire pole qualifying is set for later in the day at 4:35 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag later in the day shortly after 7:00 p.m. The event will be televised live on FOX Sports 1 (FS1). ARCARacing.com will also stream live timing and scoring throughout the day’s festivities. All times are local (Central).

About Crestliner:

Located in Otsego, Minn., Crestliner boats and pontoons are crafted with an uncompromising mix of functional design, all-welded aluminum construction and a relentless commitment to excellence.

Since 1946 Crestliner has been making boats forged with strength and defined by durability.

As a world-wide leader, Crestliner continues to redefine the industry with boats built to last. A testament to our quality and craftsmanship, Crestliner has received the CSI Award of Excellence in Customer Satisfaction for Aluminum Outboard Boats for 11 consecutive years.

Learn more about Crestliner and its line of boats by visiting crestliner.com.

Ty Majeski Looking for Third ARCA Menards Series Win of 2019 in Thursday’s Bounty 150 at Chicagoland

It’s not too often that a professional athlete has a resurgence before their 25th birthday. After a difficult 2018 season in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, that’s exactly what’s happening in 2019 for Ty Majeski.

Majeski is still two months away from his 25th birthday and he’s already four-time champion in the ARCA Midwest Tour for super late models. He started 2019 without a full-time ride in NASCAR after the team he drove a partial season for last year ceased operations, leaving him with nothing but his late model ride for the season.

A deal was reached for Majeski to take the reins of Chad Bryant Racing’s second car for six ARCA Menards Series races starting at Talladega, with races at Charlotte, Pocono, Michigan, Chicago, and Kansas also on the schedule. Majeski has all but erased the memories of a tough 2018 with four impressive races, finishing fourth at Talladega, winning both Charlotte and Pocono, and finishing second at Michigan after running out of fuel while leading off turn four coming to the checkered flag.

While some observers may have written Majeski off after a tough season last year, he never gave up on himself and he believe his results this season can reopen some doors that may have otherwise have been closed.

“It’s been a great season so far and I’m incredibly thankful to Chad (Bryant) and Paul (Andrews) for the opportunity,” said Majeski. “We went into the season with a couple of goals – wanting to win a race and we’ve won two so far.

“For me, it’s been very positive to have a lot of success and build confidence and I’m looking forward to getting back in the No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion this week at Chicago.”

With the previous success this season, that also gives Majeski high hopes for Thursday’s Bounty 150 at Chicagoland Speedway.

“I’d be lying if I didn’t think we have a good chance to win the race,” he said. “Paul and the guys have been working hard on the car and I like Chicago. We just need to go to Chicago and do what we’ve been doing and that’s been executing.”

Majeski, from Seymour, Wisconsin, will also have the chance to race in front of a lot of friends, family, and fans that may have been able to see him win a lot of those ARCA Midwest Tour races but didn’t get a chance to see him when he was racing in the XFINITY Series last season. While he’d like to put on a show in front of his hometown crowd, that doesn’t necessarily increase the pressure on him.

“It’s always a great feeling to have a lot of support at the race track and I’ve had that in 2019. My family and friends have been at both races I’ve won this year and obviously with this race being pretty close to Wisconsin – I’ll have a lot of support on Thursday night and that means a lot to me.”

The Midwest racing scene that Majeski has come through to get to this point has developed many of the top names in stock car racing history. Wisconsin has produced drivers like Dick Trickle and Alan Kulwicki, both of whom had tremendous success on the short tracks and went on to bigger things in NASCAR. Majeski has the opportunity not only to follow in Kulwicki’s footsteps as a driver, but he’s also working directly with Paul Andrews, who was Kulwicki’s crew chief when he won the NASCAR Cup Series championship in 1992.

“The chemistry between myself and Paul is very strong and that has made us very successful this season. His experience and knowledge is through the roof and we communicate very well. He believes in what I’m telling about the race car – so the changes he makes allows us to get faster and contender for wins.

“Right now, I’ve only got Chicagoland and Kansas left in the No. 22 car – so I want to go out there and see if we can’t get two more wins this season – because without Paul I know I wouldn’t be in Victory Lane.”

Practice at Chicagoland Speedway is set for 1 pm ET/12 noon CT, with General Tire Pole Qualifying set for 5:35 pm ET/4:35 pm CT. The Bounty 150 will take the green flag shortly after 8 pm ET/7 pm CT and will be televised live flag-to-flag on FS1. ARCA for Me members can access free live timing & scoring, live track updates, and live chat at ARCARacing.com. New members can register for free with a valid email address at ARCARacing.com/login. Discounted tickets are available at nearly 75 Chicagoland-area Menards locations for just $10. For more information, visit ChicagolandSpeedway.com.

Ty Majeski eyes third straight ARCA win at Michigan International Speedway

BROOKLYN, Mich. – Looking to become the first three-time consecutive ARCA Menards Series winner since 2017, Ty Majeski (@TyMajeski) and his Chad Bryant Racing (CBR) trek to Michigan International Speedway with a whole lot of momentum and easily one of Friday evening’s VizCom 200 pre-race favorites.

Majeski, a native of Seymour, Wisc. is without question one of the hottest ARCA Menards Series drivers on tour and while not running for the driver’s championship, Majeski is helping his Mooresville, N.C.-make a courted attack on the owner’s championship.

“It’s been a great few weeks,” said Majeski. “I can’t thank Chad (Bryant), Paul (Andrews) and the rest of the No. 22 Crestliner guys for their hard work and believe in me. We worked hard at Charlotte and Pocono to come away with the win and we’re going to take the same approach that we did the last two races and apply it to Michigan and hope for the same result.”

Unlike Charlotte Motor Speedway or last Friday afternoon’s race at Pocono Raceway, Majeski had never turned a competition lap at either race tracks, but the Ford Performance development driver returns to the Great Lakes state looking to rekindle the Motor City magic of 2017 when he produced a strong sixth-place result in his Michigan International Speedway ARCA debut.

With more experience on his side and knowing his Chad Bryant Racing equipment has the components it takes to lead laps and win races, Majeski is eyeing at bettering his current 2.0-average finish in his fourth start of 2019.

“Michigan International Speedway is a beast, but it’s a blast of a place to race,” added Majeski. “It’s a very wide race track with a lot of room to race with incredibly fast speeds. I’m hoping I can apply some of what I learned a couple years to our No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion during practice and qualifying on Friday.

“If we can find a good balance, we’ll use the 100 laps to put ourselves in a good spot and see if we can’t bring home another trophy for the third consecutive weekend.”

For Majeski, Michigan is the fourth of a six-race tenure with the Mooresville, N.C.-based team. After starting his part-time schedule on a high note with his third career top-five at Talladega and the back-to-back triumphs at Charlotte and Pocono, Majeski is eager to continue to help elevate the program and be an asset to the organization that helps not only him but his teammates Corey Heim and Joe Graf Jr.

“I think everyone at Chad Bryant Racing, me included, has high expectations for our program this season,” offered Majeski. “We’ve been very fortunate to win two races, but I still have an opportunity at three more checkered flags. I’m going to do everything I can to represent Chad Bryant Racing and Crestliner on the track – while also being the best teammate to Corey (Heim) and Joe (Graf Jr.) too.”

Majeski, 24, is sharing the No. 22 Ford Fusion ride with newcomer Corey Heim who returns to the No. 22 Ford Fusion next weekend at Madison (Wisc.) International Speedway for the Shore Lunch 200 on Fri., June. 12.

For more on Ty Majeski, please like him on Facebook (Ty Majeski Racing) and follow him on Instagram (@tymajeski_) and Twitter (@TyMajeski).

For more on Chad Bryant Racing, please visit ChadBryantRacing.com, like them on Facebook (Chad Bryant Racing) or follow them on Twitter (@ChadBryantRace).

The VizCom 200 (100 laps | 200 miles) is the ninth of 20 races on the 2019 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule. Practice begins Fri., June 7 with an hour and a half practice session from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. General Tire pole qualifying is set for later in the day at 12:00 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag later in the day shortly after 6:00 p.m. The event will be televised live on FOX Sports 1 (FS1). ARCARacing.com will also stream live timing and scoring throughout the day’s festivities. All times are local (Eastern).

About Crestliner:

Located in Otsego, Minn., Crestliner boats and pontoons are crafted with an uncompromising mix of functional design, all-welded aluminum construction and a relentless commitment to excellence.

Since 1946 Crestliner has been making boats forged with strength and defined by durability.

As a world-wide leader, Crestliner continues to redefine the industry with boats built to last. A testament to our quality and craftsmanship, Crestliner has received the CSI Award of Excellence in Customer Satisfaction for Aluminum Outboard Boats for 11 consecutive years.

Learn more about Crestliner and its line of boats by visiting crestliner.com.

Ty Majeski scores back-to-back ARCA Menards Series victories with Pocono Raceway triumph

Pocono (Pa.) Raceway | General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200 Race Recap
Team: No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion
Driver: Ty Majeski
Follow the Team: @ChadBryantRace; @tymajeski
Start: Fifth
Finish: 1st; Winner!; Running (80 | 80 laps completed)

Event Notes:

– Majeski started fifth in his third ARCA Menards Series start of the season. He never ran worse than fifth the entire 80 laps.

– Minimal chassis adjustments allowed Majeski to maneuver his No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion through the field and swipe the lead away from Riley Herbst during green flag pit stops on Lap 68.

– Majeski took the lead on Lap 68 and withstood a late race charge by Herbst to win his second career ARCA victory in his 12th series start.

– In three ARCA races this season, Majeski has finished fourth, first and first respectively at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway and Pocono (Pa.) Raceway.

– Majeski is slated to run a minimum of three more ARCA Menards Series races this season including Michigan International Speedway (June 7), Chicagoland Speedway (June 27) and the season-finale at Kansas Speedway on Oct. 18.

– The General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200 marked Chad Bryant Racing’s third career ARCA Menards Series victory since acquiring the team from Cunningham Motorsports at the end of the 2017 season. Majeski’s teammate Joe Graf Jr. (No. 77 EAT SLEEP RACE Ford Fusion) earned his first career ARCA triumph and the team’s first victory at Berlin (Mich.) Raceway last August.

– Majeski’s teammate Joe Graf Jr. finished eighth in the No. 77 EAT SLEEP RACE Ford Fusion.

Ty Majeski Quote:

“It’s all about being with the right people. Being with Chad Bryant and Paul Andrews has been incredible. They have put together a great team and the guys all work hard to make days like today happen.

“Coming to pit road I thought I could have gotten a little more, but I maximized my speed. “I came into the box hot and got out pretty good. I knew it was going to be tough for the 18 to match that. I saw him leaving his pit and knew he would have to use the apron in turn one and I had a good head of steam going and from there everything went our way.

“I can’t thank Crestliner for their continued support and my CBR guys for their hard work. I’m having a blast. Looking forward to having an opportunity to make it three-for-three next weekend at Michigan International Speedway.”

Next Up: VizCom 200 at Michigan International Speedway on Fri., June 7, 2019..

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Ty Majeski earns first career ARCA Menards Series victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway | General Tire 150 Race Recap
Team:
No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion
Driver: Ty Majeski
Follow the Team: @ChadBryantRace; @tymajeski
Start: Eighth
Finish: 1st; Winner!; Running (109 | 109 laps completed)

Event Notes:

• Majeski started eighth in his second ARCA Menards Series start of the season. He never ran worse than eighth the entire 109 laps.

• Minimal chassis adjustments allowed Majeski to maneuver his No. 22 Crestliner Ford Fusion through the field and swipe the lead away from Bret Holmes on Lap 95.

• Majeski took the lead on Lap 96 and withstood two attempts in ARCA Menards Series overtime to win his first career ARCA victory in his 11th series start.

• In two ARCA races this season, Majeski has finished fourth and first respectively at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway and Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway

• Majeski is slated to run a minimum of four more ARCA Menards Series races this season including Pocono (Pa.) Raceway on May 31, Michigan International Speedway (June 7), Chicagoland Speedway (June 27) and the season-finale at Kansas Speedway on Oct. 18.

• The General Tire 150 marked Chad Bryant Racing’s second career ARCA Menards Series victory since acquiring the assets of Cunningham Motorsports at the end of the 2017 season. Majeski’s teammate Joe Graf Jr. (No. 77 EAT SLEEP RACE Ford Fusion) earned his first career ARCA triumph and the team’s first victory at Berlin (Mich.) Raceway last August.

Ty Majeski Quote:

“This is unbelievable. After losing my ride this year, it was January or February before we finally put this together. Chad (Bryant, team owner) took a chance on me – we both had a lot to prove.

“Restarts were crazy tonight. “Clean air is king. The 23 (Bret Holmes) had two new tires and was able to hold off the 18 (Herbst) who had four tires because he had clean air. I worked the top and worked the top and was able to make up some ground and get around him.

“This is a great win for us. This is so freakin’ awesome. To end up in Victory Lane and get to do a Polish Victory Lap, it doesn’t get any better. I’m also stoked to get Crestliner a win in their first race with us. A night I won’t forget.”

Next Up: General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200 at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway on Fri., May. 31, 2019.

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Ty Majeski geared up for Charlotte ARCA debut

CONCORD, N.C. – On the heels of a strong top-five finish in his ARCA Menards Series (AMS) debut with Chad Bryant Racing (CBR) at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway last month, Ford Performance driver Ty Majeski (@TyMajeski) will compete in his second race of the season in Thursday night’s General Tire 150 at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway.

Alongside crew chief Paul Andrews, Majeski and several ARCA Menards Series teams participated in an open test session at the 1.5-mile speedway two weeks ago where the team worked on the balance of their No. 22 Ford Fusion throughout the day.

Majeski returns to Charlotte hoping to execute a plan he has in place and contend for his first career series victory in the seventh race of 2019.

“The Charlotte test went ok,” said Majeski. “I think we were all anticipating being better off the truck. We had to work through a few different issues throughout the day and by the end I thought we were in the ballpark. We are certainly searching for more.

“We’ve spent the last couple weeks since the test trying to figure out what we need to be better. I think we’ve formulated a good practice plan for Thursday. We just have to execute that and be mindful of the track temperature swings as we will be practicing during the day and racing at night.”

Even though the test didn’t go as well as Majeski had hoped, he’s relying on the experience of Andrews to help steer him to his ninth top-10 finish.

Of course, his relationship with the former Cup Series championship crew chief dials back several years.

“Working with Paul Andrews is great,” added Majeski. “It has all kind of come full circle. Paul is a board member on the Kulwicki Driver Development program in which I was a part of in 2015. It was my breakthrough season in working towards the NASCAR ranks and I was the program’s inaugural champion.

“So, it is really cool for me to work with Paul because he was such a big part of Alan’s (Kulwicki) success. He has a lot of experience and I know we will work well together.”

Charlotte is the second of a six-race tenure with the Mooresville, N.C.-based team. After starting his part-time schedule on a high note with his third career top-five at Talladega, Majeski is eager to build the program and be an asset to the organization that helps not only him but his teammates Corey Heim and Joe Graf Jr.

“I think everyone at Chad Bryant Racing, me included, has high expectations for our program this season,” offered Majeski. “We both have a lot to prove and I think for that reason it will be a great fit. I’ve run with this team back in 2017 and I feel we were capable of winning two or three races, but we weren’t able to close the deal. I want to close one out this season and get everyone at Chad Bryant Racing back in Victory Lane.”

Majeski, 24, is sharing the No. 22 Ford Fusion ride with newcomer Corey Heim who will make his speedway debut at the 2.5-mile Pocono Raceway on July 26 in the Pocono ARCA 150.

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The General Tire 150 (100 laps | 150 miles) is the seventh of 20 races on the 2019 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule. Practice begins Thurs., May 23 with a two-hour session planned from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the day at 5:00 p.m. The race in the 67th consecutive ARCA season is set to take the green flag later in the day shortly after 9:00 p.m. The event will be televised live on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the day’s festivities. All times are local (Eastern).

Ty Majeski geared up for Charlotte ARCA debut