Majeski Dominates Father’s Day 100 at the Milwaukee Mile /

Majeski Dominates Father’s Day 100 at the Milwaukee Mile

Race Results

West Allis, WI (Sunday, June 18, 2023) – The old phrase of “If it’s not broke don’t fix it” was the mantra for Ty Majeski and his team this weekend at the Milwaukee Mile.

Driving a car that was built in 2018 specifically for the Snowball Derby, the car known as “one off” got it’s second win at America’s Legendary Oval in the ASA STARS National Tour/ASA Midwest Tour Father’s Day 100 presented by Hunt Brothers Pizza.

“It’s a good car. It has a nice square body on it, good aero which is huge for here, and fresh McGunegill engine and come out and come race,” Majeski said after the race.

Majeski started on the outside of the front row after the re-draw and took the early lead. He would give up the lead after winning the first stage on lap 35 by making a pit stop during a controlled caution.

Casey Roderick would take over the top spot and lead until the caution flew on lap 60 when Justin Mondeik and Sean Hingorani got together on the backstretch causing Mondeik to make contact with the outside wall then go sailing straight into the inside barrier until it came to a stop. Mondeik was able to walk away, and Hingorani was sent to the rear for his involvement.

Majeski restarted fifth and would need a turn to get the lead back as he sliced past Luke Fenhaus and Storm to take the lead and go on for the win.

Cole Butcher would get by Roderick in the closing laps to finish second with Roderick earning the final podium spot.

“We were good, but the 91 (Majeski) was even better,” Butcher said after the race. “There are no words to describe how good they were, but we all had an idea we were going to race for second place. I can’t thank Wilson Motorsports enough for providing a great race car and yeah, I would have like gotten the checkered flag for my father, but we can’t have it all.”

Roderick, who won the season opening event at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida, felt that being up front was key to winning the race.

“It was! I felt that our balance changed when we got out front and was able to do really well,” Roderick explained. “I was concerned back in traffic as I was sliding around a little bit off the corner, and once I got out front it was a little better. But, I thought for the chance to win, I had to be a little more secure off of the corner and be able to lean off my right rear a little more, but that was the wrong thing to do, cause it went really tight on me and I wasn’t able to roll the center or stay on the throttle, had to let off to keep the car turned and not wash up. So we will learn from it and know for next time.”

Majeski agreed that being out front was the focus to victory.

“The key of the race was getting out front,” Majeski said. “Casey was good when he had the lead, and I couldn’t pass him when I was behind him and it was the same for him with me.

Carson Hocevar and William Sawalich rounded out the top five.

Hickory Motor Speedway winner Gio Ruggerio was sixth with current ASA Midwest Tour point leader Gabe Sommers finishing seventh. North Wilkesboro winner Bubba Pollard was eighth with NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Derek Kraus in ninth. Billy VanMeter rounded out the top ten.

Majeski swept the event by taking fast time and winning all stages in the race. He is the current point leader in the ASA STARS National Tour.

The ASA STARS National Tour will get a little break before getting back together on Saturday, July 15th for the Greg Hubler Automotive Group Redbud 400 at Anderson Speedway in Anderson, Indiana. Ticket information can be found at

The ASA Midwest Tour will be back in action on Saturday, July 8th for the Wayne Carter Classic at Grundy County Speedway in Morris, Illinois. Tickets are on sale now at

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

ASA STARS National Tour
The ASA STARS National Tour debuted in March of 2023 for Super Late Model racing in America. Announced last October, many of the best drivers in America will compete in the ten-race national tour with a minimum $100,000 point fund. The championship team will be guaranteed $25,000.

The ASA STARS National Tour is made up of three races from each of the regional pavement Super Late Model Series under the Track Enterprises banner; the ASA CRA Super Series, the ASA Midwest Tour and the ASA Southern Super Series.

The Team Construction Winner’s Circle program has been announced as a part of the ASA STARS National Tour for licensed drivers/teams with perfect attendance. The program provides additional financial incentives to those teams who support the Series, thanks to Team Construction.

Track Enterprises, a Racing Promotions Company based in Illinois, will operate the ASA STARS National Tour. It announced the acquisition of the CRA sanctioning body in January and followed that up with the purchase of the Midwest Tour in July. In October, Track Enterprises President, Bob Sargent announced a partnership with the Southern Super Series which set the table for the formation of the ASA STARS National Tour.