Ty Majeski rolled off in the No.60 Ford Mustang in 15th after a fantastic qualifying run.
He may have initially moved up a spot in 14th having built up patience slowly.
But at times he’s tight where he gain and lose back a spot now and then.
Though, towards the end of Stage 1, Majeski felt fine and ran quietly inside the car.
He may have posted excellent lap times that match the Top 5 challengers.
Although, Majeski lost two to three spots at the end of the opening segment in 17th.
The problem he addressed just now saw his crew members applied the Air Pressure and Track Bar Adjustment alongside some new wheels and gas.
Likewise, from the 1st stage, he’s again quiet in the No.60 car with little problems.
Having run the Top 15 most of the time, Majeski’s on the verge for another steady finish in the lead-up towards Stage 3.
But his day was halted at the expense of his team-mate Ryan Reed.
With 4 to go in Stage 2, Both Reed and Majeski tried to fight for a spot for 13th.
Unfortunately, Reed tagged his left rear quarter panel before Majeski spun out and crashed hard into the wall.
And that’s it for Majeski as he ended his race early from the backstretch in 34th.
His Season So Far.
- Eight Starts
- 1095 of 1564 Laps Completed, 70%
- Four Laps Led, Dover
- Highest Starting Spot: 9th, May 2018 in Dover
- Best Finish: 7th, June 2018 in Iowa
- One Top 10, 12.5%
- Average Start: 14.9 & Finish: 27.9
- 34th/DNF, Bristol
- 37th/DNF, Talladega
- 34th/DNF, Dover
- 22nd, Charlotte
- 7th, Iowa
- 27th, Kentucky & Road America
- 34th/DNF, Richmond
Honestly, Ty Majeski will tap on his team-mate Ryan Reed for the negligent driving he did to him going towards Turn 3.
The golden rule is not to hit your team-mate.
Sadly Majeski had to the driver voicing his frustration on Reed via Team Radio.
He came here hoping to do something special to put his No.60 car on the map.
Most of the time he’s quiet inside the car, and with fantastic feedback in the Top 15, a possible Top 10 looks likely.
Building patience is the key towards spending more time in the XFINITY Series car and getting it right.
Majeski did the right thing having raced in the No.60 car before for only three times last year.
This year, he stepped up on a part-time deal where glimpses of what he did tonight conveyed terrific progress.
Thanks to some races he learned throughout the year, Majeski’s about to bridge towards finishing inside the Top 7.
But having suffered a crash that isn’t his fault, it seemed unfair.
And you have to feel sorry for the hard work done and prepared all day long for Ty Majeski and the Roush Fenway No.60 Crew.
Just blindsided basically in ruining a young driver’s development by crashes that isn’t intentional himself.
He will come back in the No.60 car next week and bounce back for left and right turns at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval Course.
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