ThorSport Racing Takes on Charlotte Motor Speedway

Race information

Date: Friday, May 24, 2024

Time: 8:30 p.m ET on FS1 | MRN | SiriusXM

Track: 1.5 miles

Stages: 30/60/134 Laps = 201 Miles

Broadcast Schedule – Charlotte

Race: May 24, 2024 8:30 p.m Est on FS1 | MRN | SiriusXM

Qual: May 24, 2024 2:10 p.m Est on FS1 | MRN | SiriusXM

Prac: May 24, 2024 1:35 p.m Est on FS1 | MRN | SiriusXM

Web: Live Timing & Scoring

Social Information:

IG: @charlottemotorspeedway | X: @CLTMotorSpeedway


Quanta Services | Ford F-150

IG: @Jakegarcia_35 | FB: Jake Garcia Racing

Despite the race’s outcome, Jake Garcia and the No. 13 team turned heads by leading laps and earning solid stage points. Unfortunately, the abundance of caution periods played against them, with drivers on fresher tires gaining an advantage. Rich Lushes and Jake Garcia exhibit promising chemistry early on, and this partnership is anticipated to strengthen significantly at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Keep an eye on their progress as they aim to capitalize on their momentum.

Series Career

Starts: 37

Top-Five Finishes: 3

Top-Ten Finishes: 10

Laps Led: 40

2023 at Charlotte

Start: 15th

Matt Crafton – No. 88

Menards / Chi-Chi’s | Ford F-150

IG: @Matt_Crafton | FB: Matt Crafton

Charlotte will mark Matt Crafton’s 555th start in the Truck Series. He has won at Charlotte Motor Speedway twice in his career. After a tough weekend at Wilkesboro, Crafton aims to bounce back and regain the consistency he has shown most of the year. Crafton, a veteran driver will be looking to leverage his experience to secure a strong finish. Fans and team members alike are optimistic that Crafton can turn his recent misfortune around and deliver a performance that reflects his true capabilities.

Series Career

Starts: 555

Wins: 15

Pole Position: 16

Top-Five Finishes: 135

Top-Ten Finishes: 321

Laps Led: 2,715

2023 at Charlotte

Start: 24th

Finish: 12th
Ty Majeski – No. 98

Soda Sense | Ford F-150

X: @TyMajeski | FB: Ty Majeski

Everyone is still waiting for Ty Majeski’s first win. The race at Wilkesboro looked promising as Majeski won the first stage and led several laps. Unfortunately, after the No. 98 team pitted, they couldn’t regain their track position on a course where passing is tough. Despite this setback, Majeski has shown great potential throughout the season, consistently running strong. As always, expect Majeski and the No. 98 team to stay hungry and competitive, pushing hard for that elusive first victory. Fans and team members remain confident that his breakthrough win is just around the corner.

Series Career

Starts: 75

Wins: 3

Pole Position: 6

Top-Five Finishes: 22

Top-Ten Finishes: 37

Laps Led: 991

2023 at Charlotte

Start: 2nd

Finish: 7th
Ben Rhodes – No. 99

Campers Inn | Ford F-150

IG: @benrhodes | FB: Ben Rhodes

Ben Rhodes returns to Charlotte Motor Speedway, where he won last May and secured a playoff spot. Despite a tough weekend at Wilkesboro, he earned stage points and moved up to 9th in the season standings. With his past success at Charlotte and his drive to bounce back, expect a determined and confident Ben Rhodes on Friday night. Fans and competitors should watch out for him as he aims to strengthen his playoff position.

Series Career

Starts: 194

Wins: 7

Pole Position: 6

Top-Five Finishes: 55

Top-Ten Finishes: 104

Laps Led: 1223

2023 at Charlotte

Start: 19th

Finish: 2nd

Conner Jones – No. 66

TSPORT | Ford F-150

IG: @connerjonesracing

Conner Jones experienced his first(DNF) of the season due to power steering failure, halting his race prematurely. Despite his relatively limited experience on 1.5-mile tracks, Jones has demonstrated commendable consistency throughout the year, emphasizing completing laps. As he prepares for Charlotte this weekend, Jones is determined to not only regain momentum for himself but also to rally the No. 66 team. Keep an eye on their progress as they strive for a strong showing at the upcoming event.

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