ThorSport Racing Takes on Martinsville Speedway

JAKE GARCIA – No. 13

Quanta Services | Ford F-150

IG: @Jakegarcia_35 | FB: Jake Garcia Racing

Jake Garcia is pumped to get to Martinsville Speedway this Friday for redemption. Martinsville’s style of racing is right up Garcias wheelhouse with his short track background. Garcia has had solid and consistent speed so far this season. Last year at Martinsville, Garcia finished 13th. Look out for a fast No. 13 Quanta Services Ford F-150 this weekend.

Series Career

Starts: 32

Top-Five Finishes: 3

Top-Ten Finishes: 10

Martinsville Career

In 2023, Garcia’s first Martinsville start ended with a P13 finish.
Matt Crafton – No. 88

Menards / Ideal Door| Ford F-150

IG: @Matt_Crafton | FB: Matt Crafton

Matt Crafton, a seasoned veteran of the Craftsman Truck Series, is gearing up for his milestone 550th start at Martinsville Speedway, a track where he’s had ample experience. With 40 races already under his belt at Martinsville, Crafton boasts an impressive track record, including 2 victories, 11 top-fives, and 23 top-10 finishes. Currently positioned 8th in the standings, Crafton is determined to continue his strong performance aboard his No. 88 Menards/Ideal Door Ford F-150.

Series Career

Starts: 549

Wins: 15

Pole Position: 16

Top-Five Finishes: 135

Top-Ten Finishes: 321

Laps Led: 2,715

Martinsville Career

Crafton has an outstanding record at Martinsville, with 40 races to his name. His achievements here include two wins, 11 finishes in the top five, and 23 in the top ten.
Ty Majeski – No. 98

Soda Sense | Ford F-150

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Ty Majeski has consistently demonstrated impressive speed, being in the hunt with his No. 98 Ford F-150 at every track this season. The 98 team is enthusiastic about taking on a track that plays to Majeski’s strengths. With solid performances including a 4th and an 11th place finish in just two races at Martinsville. Majeski holds the 2nd position in the standings, making him a strong contender to clinch victory in his No. 98 Soda Sense Ford F-150 come Friday night.

Series Career

Starts: 71

Wins: 3

Pole Position: 6

Top-Five Finishes: 20

Top-Ten Finishes: 37

Laps Led: 839

Martinsville Career

In his past appearances at Martinsville, Majeski has delivered strong performances, securing a 4th place and an 11th place finish.
Ben Rhodes – No. 99

TSport | Ford F-150

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Ben Rhodes enters the upcoming race following his strongest performance of the season, securing a commendable 7th place finish at COTA. After enduring a streak of unfortunate outcomes, Rhodes aims to capitalize on the momentum gained from his solid weekend at COTA. With a notable track record at Martinsville Speedway, boasting four top-five finishes, and eight top-ten finishes, Rhodes is poised for success. Eager to build upon his season’s best finish, he sets his sights on victory lane, determined to pilot his No. 99 TSport/Huntersville Ford F-150 to triumph.

Series Career

Starts: 192

Wins: 8

Pole Position: 6

Top-Five Finishes: 56

Top-Ten Finishes: 104

Laps Led: 1223

Martinsville Career

At Martinsville Speedway, Rhodes has had an impressive history, including four finishes in the top five and eight in the top ten.
Cam Waters – No. 66

TRADIE | Ford F-150

IG: @cam_watersi

Cam Waters will make his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut on Friday evening at Martinsville Speedway. Waters will look to learn as much as he can and hope to have a solid weekend. Waters is a very accomplished racer in Australia . Waters has three consecutive podium finishes at the Bathurst 1000, marking his place in the event’s history. He also finished second twice in the Australian Supercars Championship, showing consistent performance. He was named ‘Driver’s Driver’ in 2020 and 2022 and received the Mike Kable Young Gun Award. Waters is recognized as a leading figure in Australian motorsport, known for his skill and determination. His impact on Australian racing is significant. Look out for the bright No.66 TRADIE Ford F-150

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