Majeski Dominates ASA STARS at Madison… Again.

Wisconsin Short Track Superstar Ty Majeski dominated the opening round of the ASA STARS National Tour Wisconsin Doubleheader Friday Night, winning the Capital 200 at Madison International Speedway.

Majeski, the inaugural ASA STARS National Tour champion in 2023, piloted his familiar #91 Ford to a 3.62 second margin of victory, roughly the length of a straight-a-way. He inherited the point on lap 64 after early race leader and STARS points leader Cole Butcher made contact with the turn 3 wall. Once in front, Majeski dominated, pacing the final 136 circuits.

Casey Roderick placed 2nd, holding off a spirited challenge from Austin Nason and Caden Kvapil, over the closing 20 circuits. The podium finish for Nason was his career best in the STARS Naitonal Tour, as was the fourth place run a career best for Kvapil.

Levon Van Der Geest rounded out the top five, in his first ASA STARS National Tour race of 2024.

The ASA STARS National Tour returns to action on Sunday at the Milwaukee Mile. The Father’s Day 100 close out the Holiday Weekend Doubleheader in Wisconsin, and will mark the half-way point of the 10-race 2024 championship tour.

The Milwaukee Mile event will provide for practice and tech inspection for the ASA STARS National Tour on Saturday, June 15; with Go Fas Pole Qualifying and the Father’s Day 100 Sunday Afternoon, June 16. Click here for the Milwaukee schedule.

Father’s Day 100 tickets for the Milwaukee Mile can be found at bit.ly/FathersDay100Tix. Advance sale pit passes are available online via the Pit Pay app. Tickets and pit passes will also be available at the tracks on race day.

For the full ASA STARS National Tour schedule, plus Super Late Model rules and other information, please visit the series website at starsnationaltour.com, or be sure to follow the series on social media (Facebook: STARS National Series | Twitter: @racewithstars | IG: @starsnational).

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