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Sentences forTy Majeski
- On lap 16, rookie Ty Majeski flipped onto his roof, sliding on it for several hundred feet on the banking before landing on its roof on the apron.
- He extended his race-record victories to eight by passing former Roush teammate Ty Majeski on the final lap.
- He would make his second consecutive start in the series for Niece at Richmond, replacing full-time driver Ty Majeski in the No. 45, as Majeski was out for undisclosed reasons.
- The current track record for Super Late Models is 16.120 seconds, set by Ty Majeski in qualifying for the 2015 Snowball Derby.
- The team maintained both relationships until its closure, with Penske's Austin Cindric and RFR's Ty Majeski splitting the 99 entry in 2017.
- On December 10, 2019, it was announced that Ty Majeski would drive this truck full-time for the 2020 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series season, replacing Chastain.
- Ty Majeski, after testing a 77M car at Daytona International Speedway before the season, drove for five 2017 events.
- Ty Majeski, who statistically is one of the best drivers in all of iRacing, won this race after having many strong runs in the previous races of the series.
- Ty Majeski drove the truck at ISM.
- In his final ride with KBM, Gragson won the 2018 Snowball Derby after holding off Ty Majeski.
- • Super Late Model Ty Majeski--13.075 on 8-31-19
- Self finished inside the top five in three of his next four races before he won the season finale at Kansas Speedway, beating out Ty Majeski in a five-wide race after the final restart.
- The car, split between Cindric, Chase Briscoe, and Ty Majeski, attracted notoriety during the season for being involved in numerous accidents, ending the year with 28: 22 brought out a caution flag, six spins that did not produce a caution, and four wrecks during practice or qualifying.
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- In 2010, he was crew chief for Ross Kenseth and Ty Majeski.
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