The world’s leading race simulation has signed on to sponsor Ty Majeski’s Chevrolet Silverado for four races during the 2020 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series.
I can’t thank iRacing enough for their support as we move into the Truck Series this year. They’ve been a long-time partner of mine, and I’m thrilled to continue that this season. The entire organization has been working incredibly hard this offseason to make sure that we have trucks capable of taking our partners to Victory Lane.
Majeski’s number 45 Chevy Silverado will wear the iRacing colors beginning this week at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
“We couldn’t help but notice Ty years ago, piling up wins and climbing to the highest oval skill rating on iRacing,” said iRacing president Tony Gardner. “Not long after that, we got involved supporting his late model program and watched him stack up big wins in the real world as well. It has been exciting for iRacing to be involved in his career progression, and we’re proud to be part of this next big step with Niece Motorsports.”
iRacing will also to sponsor Majeski’s ride at Martinsville Speedway, Richmond Raceway, and in the final race of the season at ISM Raceway.
Ty Majeski is one of iRacing’s most accomplished oval races. In 2,535 starts, Majeski has earned 1,717 poles, 1,892 wins, 2,225 top-five finishes on the service. As part of the partnership, iRacers will have the opportunity to race against Majeski throughout the season in a series of special events that will be announced at a later date.
Ross Chastain’s truck will also carry the iRacing colors and logo at Pocono Raceway this season. Chastain led 54 of 60 laps on his way to victory lane at Pocono last season, and hopes to dominate once again.